Tottenham Hotspur host Belgian Pro League side Gent in the second leg of Uefa Europa League 2016/17 Round of 32 clash at the Wembley Stadium on Thursday.
The Premier League side returned from Ghelamco Arena empty-handed, losing to the home side 1-0 and are now looking to overturn the deficit. Mauricio Pochettino's men are heading into the game on the back of a 3-0 win against in the FA Cup tie against Fulham on Sunday, which also saw them end their two-match winless streak.
Harry Kane's hat-trick against Fulham would have boosted the striker's confidence and he will be raring to make another crucial contribution for his team along with in-form midfielders Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen. The Lillywhites, despite finding a lot of success at White Hart Lane this season, have struggled at Wembley in the recent past, losing their Champions League clashes to AS Monaco and Bayer Leverkusen.
However, a full-house and their recent win against CSKA Moskva should give them the confidence to the get the job done at their adopted home. While Danny Rose and Erik Lamela are set to miss the tie with injuries, Pochettinho will be fielding a strong side on Thursday.
On the other hand, Gent, who are having the upper hand due to Jeremy Perbet's only goal at home, need just a draw to progress to the pre-quarterfinals of the ongoing tournament but they will have to be at their best against Tottenham, who are expected to fare better than last week.
Gent's record on the road should also be a concern for manager Hein Vanhaezebrouck as the Belgian side has won only one out of their last eight away games.
Malaysia: Astro SuperSport 3, Eurosport
Indonesia: beIN Sports 1
India: TEN 2
Korea: Spo TV 1
Belgium: Canvas, Club RTL
Australia: beIN Sports 1
UK: BT Sport 4
US: Fox Sports 2
Thailand: Fox SPorts, beIN Sports 1
Switzerland: Sky Sports 1
Portugal: Sport TV3
Qatar: beIN Sports Arabia
Possible XI: Lloris; Walker, Vertonghen, Alderweireld, Davies; Wanyama, Dembele; Eriksen, Alli, Son; Kane
Possible XI: Kalinic; Gigot, Mitrovic, Asare; Foket, Dejaegere, Esiti, Saief; Simon, Milicevic; Osorio