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Welcome to Tottenham v Wolfsberg’s live blog

The Spurs have one leg in the last 16 games of the Europa League after winning their first leg 4-1 in Budapest. Jose Mourinho’s side is now finishing his work on the soil of his house.

Tottenham is confident that he will bounce back with a morale-boosting victory after losing 2-1 to West Ham on Sunday. This defeat resulted in a 9-point difference from the 4th-placed Hammer.

Geovaniro Serso and Serge Aurier are the only injured absentees of the host tonight. Joe Rodon will not be available after being removed from the Spurs Europa League team.

Son Heung-min, Harry Kane, Pierre-Emile Hoybjerg, Tanguy Ndombele, etc. are all set to rest in the Spurs, which virtually ensure passing.

Carlos Vinícius is scheduled to return to the starting lineup, with a Brazilian striker taking the place and scoring in the first leg.

Mourinho may start Japhet Tanganga at the centre-back to rest Davinson Sanchez and Eric Dier.

Wolfsberg misses Eliel Peretz and Sven Wrangler due to injury, but midfielder Mario Leitgeb, who missed the first leg, is vying for a start.

Dario Wizingel will start on the front line for visitors after Wolfsburg defeats Sturm Graz 2-1 on Sunday.



Europa League match free streaming, TV channels, dates, kickoff times, team news

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