Tottenham Hotspur being their Europa League group stage campaign on Thursday evening, with Austrian side LASK travelling to north London.
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Jose Mourinho’s side will be keen to recover from Sunday’s capitulation against West Ham. They blew a 3-0 lead in the 82nd minute, with Manuel Lanzini’s stunning late strike earning the Hammers a point.
Spurs now sit seventh in the Premier League with two wins, two draws and one loss.
LASK meanwhile are in fifth spot in Austria. They have two wins, one draw and one loss to their name this season.
But both clubs have had a similar journey in Europe, having made it to the group stages via the qualifiers.
The north London outfit beat Lokomotiv Plovdiv, Shkendija and Maccabi Haifa to make it to Group J, with LASK defeating Dunajska Streda and Sporting Lisbon.
Ludogorets Razgrad and Royal Antwerp complete the group.
The Austrians are no strangers to the competition, finishing top of their group last season ahead of Rosenborg, PSV and Sporting.
They went on to make the last 16, only to suffer a 7-1 aggregate loss to Manchester United.
It was their first meeting with an English side, with history definitely on the side of Spurs, who have beaten Austrian opposition on all four occasions.
Recent form is also on Mourinho’s side, with Spurs scoring 16 goals in their last three matches.
The hosts can be backed at 1/4 to win the match, with their opponents available at 11/1.
A draw has been given odds of 21/4.
Japhet Tanganga and Eric Dier will miss out for the home side through injury. But they welcome back both Giovani Lo Celso and Erik Lamela.
LASK boss Dominik Thalhammer just has one injury woe ahead of the game, with Dominik Reiter missing out.
But it will undoubtedly be a tough test for the travelling side, with Spurs striker Harry Kane in stunning form this season.
He has scored 28 goals in 50 European games, and despite failing to score in his last four Europa League matches, he will still be the main player to watch out for.
Kane is currently 11/4 to score the game’s opening goal.
But new forward Carlos Vinicius will also be keen to impress should he get the chance.
The Brazilian can be backed at 15/4 to score first on Thursday.