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TOTTENHAM can book their place in the knockout stages of the Europa Conference League against Mura tonight.

Antonio Conte's side thrashed the hosts 5-1 in the reverse fixture and will be through to next stage if win tonight and Rennes see off Vitesse Arnhem.

  • Kick-off time: 5.45pm GMT
  • Mura XI: Obradovic, Karnicnik, Gorenc, Karamarko, Kous, Lorbek, Kozar, Sturm, Horvat, Pucko, Mulahusejnovic.
  • Tottenham XI: Gollini, Doherty, Tanganga, Rodon, Sanchez, Sessegnon, Skipp, Ndombele, Dele Alli, Bryan Gil, Kane.

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  • Jim Sheridan

    MURA TEAM NEWS

    And here's how the hosts line-up tonight as they look to break their losing streak –

    Starting XI: Obradovic, Karnicnik, Gorenc, Karamarko, Kous, Lorbek, Kozar, Sturm, Horvat, Pucko, Mulahusejnovic.

  • Jim Sheridan

    SPURS TEAM NEWS

    Conte's confirmed XI is in –

    Starting XI: Gollini, Doherty, Tanganga, Rodon, Sanchez, Sessegnon, Skipp, Ndombele, Dele Alli, Bryan Gil, Kane.

    Bench: Lloris, Austin, Davies, Dier, Royal, Reguilon, Hojbjerg, Winks, Lucas, Son.

  • Jim Sheridan

    STAT ATTACK

    • Mura are winless in their last six competitive games (L3, D3).
    • Although the Slovenian side showed they have an eye for goal in reverse fixture and have scored before HT in last four home games.
    • Conte is yet to taste defeat as Tottenham manager after two wins and a draw in his three matches.
    • Across their four matches so far, Spurs have mustered just SEVEN corners – that's the lowest of anyone in the competition.

    • Jim Sheridan

      IT'S A KNOCKOUT

      Antonio Conte hasn't had long to work with his new Tottenham team, but the signs of a response were certainly there on Sunday.

      Spurs battled back from a goal down against Leeds to win 2-1, with the Italian whipping the North London crowd into a frenzy with his touchline antics.

      Safe to say, Conte has well and truly arrived.

      Now Tottenham have European action to take care of, with a trip tonight to face Slovenian side Mura.

      The hosts are bottom of Group G and withou a point after four defeats, including a 5-1 pasting by the visitors in the reverse fixture.

      Victory tonight for Tottenham, coupled with a Rennes triumph over Vitesse, would see them reach the knockouts with a game to spare.

      With the hosts playing just for pride, Conte will expect whatever side he puts out to do the business and pick up the three points.

      Kick-off is at 5.45pm and team news isn't far away.

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