Our prediction for this Europa League match:
Wolfsberger and Tottenham go head to head at Puskas Arena in the Europa League last 32, first leg. The Austrian outfit quickly bounced back from a 1-0 loss to Rapid Vienna, with the team beating Admira at home, and they are now on a quest to claim a major scalp in the Europa League knockout stages. Serbian attacker Joveljic is widely expected to lead the line for the hosts, while Leitgeb, Peretz, and Schofl remain in the recovery room.
Spurs, on the other hand, aim to make amends for a 3-0 loss to Manchester City. It is well known that Jose Mourinho wants to win everything, and seeing that Harry Kane has overcome his injury, we believe that there is a big value in betting on the Premier League side. Both Lo Celso and Reguilon remain in the recovery room, while Aurier is a major doubt.
Highlighted Player (Michael Liendl):
After playing for the likes of Grazer, Kapfenberger, Austrian Wien, and Wolfsberger in Austria, Micheal Liendl moved to Germany in the 2014/15 season, signing a deal with Fortuna Dusseldorf. The attacking midfielder scored 11 goals in 52 league appearances for the Rheinlander before joining fellow German club 1860 Munich.
Following his three year spell with the Lions, Michael Liendl move to the Netherlands where he played for Twente in the Eredivisie. In 2018, though, he decided to return to Wolfsberger, and he has been playing for the Austrian club ever since. Born in Graz on October 25, 1985, Liendl wears the No. 10 shirt at Wolfsberger.
The experienced midfielder made his Austria debut on June 3, 2014 in a 2-1 win over Czech Republic. His main position is attacking midfield, but he is used as both central and left midfielder as well. He has a contract with Wolfsberger which should expire on June 30, 2021.
Highlighted Team (Tottenham):
Tottenham Hotspur are a professional football club based in North London. Spurs host their rivals at White Hart Lane and the capacity of the stadium is 36,284. Tottenham won the Premier League (First Division) trophy in 1950/1951 and 1960/1961 and despite producing terrific displays in the 2015/2016 campaign Mauro Pochettino’s team eventually finished the season in third place in the standings.
Tottenham’s bitter rivals are Arsenal, but Chelsea and West Ham United are regarded as the team’s fierce opponents as well. Spurs have won eight FA Cup trophies, with the team also lifting the 1962/1963 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup title.
Tottenham Hotspur hammered Atletico Madrid in the final of the competition back then (5-1). The likes of David Ginola, Sol Campbell, Teddy Sheringham, Jurgen Klinsmann, Gary Lineker, Luka Modric, Robbie Keane and Gareth Bale are star players that used to play for the White Hart Lane outfit in the past. The colour of Tottenham Hotspur’s home kit is white.