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Tottenham will be out to secure the point they need to progress to the last 32 of the Europa league when they take on Serbian outfit, Partizan Belgrade at White Hart Lane on Thursday.
Mauricio Ponchettino’s men currently sit second in Group C, level on points with leaders Beskitas after winning two and drawing two of their opening four games. One of those points came in the 0-0 draw with Partizan in the groups opening fixture.
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While Spurs kicked on to pick up six points from their games with Asteras Tripolis and a further point at home to Besiktas, that point remains the only one picked up by Marko Nikolic’s side.
Despite their failure to make an impact on the group, the 35 year old is confident that his side can make things difficult for Spurs in front of their own fans.
“It will be a great pleasure playing in Europe in a country where it all started,” he said.
“The ambience at White Hart Lane will surely motivate my team and this will be another opportunity for us to prove ourselves against one of the best Premier League clubs.
“On the other hand, Tottenham will be motivated to show the Belgrade draw was not a real show of power. They are picking up form gradually.
“Spurs are practically in the next Europa League group stage and I expect them to play in a similar fashion as they did in Belgrade.
“However, whoever they field, it will be a very strong team. This will be another opportunity for us to enjoy a football game and I hope there will be no lack of competitive tension.”
Spurs will be without a host of key players for the clash. Emmanuel Adebayor, Younes Kaboul and Etienne Capoue, Andros Townsend, Nacer Chadli and Danny Rose are all set to miss out while Federico Fazio is suspended.
Kyle Walker is still a few weeks away from a first team return, although the England defender has resumed training. Midfielder Nabil Bentaleb is once again available and should start while youngsters Dominic Ball and Harry Winks could get their chance after being included in the squad.