The latest Tottenham Anzhi Makhachkala odds and Swansea St Gallen live streaming news as punters settle down tonight to a busy Europa League coupon.
First up in the early kickoff, Tottenham Hotspur will attempt take control of Group K when they travel to Russia to face Anzhi Makhachkala.
Spurs have impressed domestically and in Europe this season.
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Andre Villas-Boas side are currently third in the Premier League after an run of 4 wins and 1 draw in their opening 6 games while they won all three of their matches in this season’s competition, scoring 11 times and conceding none in the process.
As has been his style last season and so far in this campaign Villas-Boas is set to make changes to his side with Brad Friedel, Harry Kane and Jermain Defoe all hoping to feature.
Anzhi meanwhile opened their Group K campaign with a 0-0 draw with Sheriff Tiraspol, the third consecutive European game in which the Russian outfit had failed to score. The club are currently in the midst of a period of transition after selling a number of high earners during the summer, most notably Samuel Eto’o and Willian.
Anzhi are currently bottom of the Russian league and have yet to win in their opening 11 games. To make matters worse they will also enter the game without their highly rated striker Lacina Traore through injury however, Pavel Solomatin and Nikita Burmistrov are both expected to start in attack.
Thursday’s clash will be the first time that the two sides have met in a competitive fixture but Anzhi have experience of playing and beating Premier League sides following wins over Liverpool in last season’s group stages and drawing with Newcastle at home in the last 16.
In the groups other game Norwegian side Tromso will bid to bounce back from their match day one loss to Spurs at home to Moldovan’s Sheriff Tiraspol.
In Group A, Swansea City will aim to build on their fantastic win over Valencia at the Mestalla when they face Swiss outfit St Gallen on Thursday evening.
Michael Laudrup’s side have an impressive start to life in Europe, coasting through the qualifiers to seal their place in the group stages before announcing their arrival on Europe’s secondary stage with a fantastic win over Valencia.
The Swans will head into the game without Ashley Williams while Neil Taylor is being tipped to into the side. Wilfried Bony, the club’s top scorer in Europe, is also expected to start.
As well as impressing in Europe the Welsh side have made a fairly solid start to their Premier League campaign this season, considering their fixture list, with seven points from their six matches leaving them in 13th position in the table with their three defeats coming at the hands of Manchester United, Spurs and Arsenal.
St Gallen meanwhile also opened with a win, beating Kazan 2-0 and they will head into the clash with no fresh injury concerns from their win over Grasshoppers at the weekend.
The club are currently 4th in the Swiss league after claiming 15 points from their opening 9 games and they are currently unbeaten in their last 12 games.
The group’s other game will see Valencia aim to get their Europe adventure back on track when they travel to Russia to face a Kuban Krasnodar side that has won both of their previous Europa League fixtures on their home turf 1-0.
The final UK representative is Championship side Wigan Athletic.
The FA Cup winners will aim to build on their impressive point against Belgian side SV Zulte Waregem when they welcome Maribor to the DW Stadium.
Owen Coyle’s side opened their campaign with a fairly forgettable goalless draw against Zulte Waregem. That result has been in keeping with their Championship form, which has seen them collect 11 points from their opening 8 games and in 13th place.
Maribor meanwhile are searching for their first points of the campaign after losing 5-2 to group favourites Rubin Kazan and they head to the North East of England having never beaten an English side, losing three and drawing one of their previous four games.
However given that Wigan are novices on this stage and Maribor are in the group stages of the competition for the fourth time the Portuguese side will be hopeful of ending that poor record.
Lactic’s boss Owen Coyle has no new fresh injury concerns head of the game although the former Bolton boss must decided whether play with Callum McManaman and James McClean on the flanks or include on loan midfielder Nick Powell.
Belgian side SV Zulte Waregem meanwhile will complete the group fixtures with a clash away to group leaders Rubin Kazan.
Other notable fixtures on Thursday night will see Spanish side Seville face German side Freiburg, Trabzonspor take on Lazio while one Champions league regulars Lyon face Portuguese side Guimares.