Tottenham face a strategic trip to Bulgaria to face Ludogore in the third round of Europa League matches.
Spurs, who have struggled with consistency this season, are looking to bounce back from last week’s shock loss to Royal Antwerp.
There were encouraging signs over the weekend, however, as Jose Mourinho’s new signings looked more at home, Gareth Bale’s score on the Tottenham shirt would once again put a smile on the face of anyone close to the London club.
Ludogorets is currently advancing the standard of Group J, and some points need to be collected in order to have a chance to advance to the next level.
Against a spruce party that shows danger on many occasions, they may miss the opportunity for a disturbance.
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When is Ludogorets vs Tottenham on TV?
Ludogorets v Tottenham 2020 will take place on Thursday 5th November.
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What time is the kick off?
Ludogorets v Tottenham will open at 5:55 p.m.
Several Europa League games are taking place this week, including the Benfica v Rangers.
Ludogorets v Tottenham is on which TV channel?
The game will be shown live BT Sport 2 HD From 5:30 p.m.
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How To Live Stream Ludogorets v Tottenham Online
You can watch the match with a BT Sport Monthly Pass Without signing a contract.
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Ludogorets v Tottenham Team News
Ludogorets: The hosts have no new fitness concerns to sweat, and both Wanderson and Higgins Marin continue to rule the dispute with long-term injuries.
Top scorer Claudio Casuro will lead this column, which will cause some headaches for Mourinho’s men.
Tottenham: It is rare for Jose Mourinho to be able to call up a fully fit squad in Tottenham, but he may be able to do so on the trip to Hungary.
Mourinho will be reluctant to start anything other than his strong side, after publicly criticizing his side’s performance in the wake of the heavy rotation of the loss to Antwerp.
Our prediction: Ludogorets v Tottenham
Tottenham were given a wake-up call in Belgium last week and they want nothing similar to happen in the group stages.
The people of London will be taking part in the competition from Get Go this time around, and if all goes according to plan, Ludogore will take on the simple task.
If Mourinho chooses his strongest side, it could be a long night for the hosts.
Our prediction: Ludogorets o – 3 Tottenham
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