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Tottenham all but put this Europa League tie to bed last week when they came away from the first leg in Austria with a comfortable 4-1 win under their belts. That result came as welcome relief for Jose Mourinho and his Spurs team, who have lost five of their last six Premier League games, with their only win coming against relegation candidates West Bromwich Albion.
Wolfsberger sit fifth in the Austrian Bundesliga, but the gulf in class was plain to see in the first leg. However, they did their confidence some good by winning 2-1 at fourth-placed Sturm Graz at the weekend, and with Spurs likely to ring the changes for the return leg, Thursday's encounter might be a bit more competitive.