Marching to Austria in very high form, Spurs were predicted to easily win and advance to the knockout stage.
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Welcoming Antwerp at home, LASK are expected to retain three points to continue their run of tickets. However, the failure to “recover” 0-2 right on the home has made LASK put itself and the difficulty. Currently, coach Dominik Thalhammer has given himself 6 points through 4 rounds. They are only two points behind the top two teams and of course the chances of going forward are still very open. Of course, if we can do that, LASK need to beat Tottenham in the next game. It wasn’t an easy task as they lost 0-3 to the Roosters in the first leg. LASK’s form has been pretty good, with them losing only one and winning three of their last five appearances. At home, LASK is playing well with 20 points from nine rounds. They are in 2nd place in the standings and only 2 points behind the first place. In his most recent appearance, LASK thrashed Altach (3-0) at home. Thus, during the last 6 pick-ups, LASK has been 5 times more able.
Tottenham’s ine haven’t been able to qualify after spending four legs in Group J of the Europa League this season was a big surprise. Because obviously the power of “Roosters” is completely superior to the other 3 names. In fact, it was the mistake of losing to Antwerp (0–1) in the third leg that harmed Tottenham. Jose Mourinho holds nine points and is second in the table. They are on points with Antwerp and behind because of inferior head-to-head performance. As such, Tottenham need to win both of their remaining legs to move on to the top of the table. That’s a task that is within reach for Tottenham, so remember that manager Jose Mourinho’s form at this stage is impressive. Throughout their last six appearances they have been unbeaten in a draw and won five. In the Premier League, Tottenham are playing impressively to stay top of the table with 21 points. With the performance rising very high, it is clear that the Roosters are good enough to bring back the next 3 points.
LASK: Schlager, Andrade, Wiesinger, Trauner, Ranftl, Michorl, Holland, Renner, Balic, Gruber, Eggestein.
Tottenham: Hart; Doherty, Sanchez, Tanganga, Davies, Winks, Lo Celso, Bale, Alli, Moura, Vinicius.