Tottenham begin their Europa Conference League group stage campaign away to French side Rennes on Thursday at 5:45pm (UK time).
Spurs beat Pacos Ferreira 3-1 on aggregate to reach this stage of the debut competition, while Rennes thrashed Rosenborg of Norway 5-1 across two legs.
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Scoreline prediction: Rennes 2-1 Tottenham
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Rennes vs Tottenham build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
Rennes have made an unspectacular start to the new Ligue 1 campaign, winning just one of their five games so far, drawing another two to take five points. Attention now turns to continental matters and although the Europa Conference League is unlikely to appear high on their list of priorities, it could represent a good chance for Rennes to land a rare piece of silverware.
Spurs are in even more need of a trophy having sealed just one piece of major silverware since the turn of the millennium. Equally, they need a quick recovery from their humiliating 3-0 defeat to Crystal Palace at the weekend. But Espirito Santo’s men have a visit from Chelsea to prepare for this weekend, so don’t be surprised to see plenty of rotation on Thursday.
- Rennes (vs Reims): Salin; Traore, Omari, Aguerd, Truffert; Bourigeaud, Santamaria, Tait; Laborde, Guirassy, Terrier*.
- Tottenham (vs Crystal Palace): Lloris; Emerson, Tanganga, Dier*, Reguilon; Skipp, Hojbjerg, Winks, Alli; Kane, Lucas.
Loic Bade was suspended at the weekend for Rennes but is free to play here, though Jeremy Doku and Jonas Martin are both fitness doubts. Martin Terrier came off with a thigh problem within the opening half-hour against Reims at the weekend and will probably miss this game as a result.
Tottenham will be without Cristian Romero, Giovani Lo Celso, Davinson Sanchez and Eric Dier for this clash. Ryan Sessegnon, Steven Bergwijn and Son Heung-min are all doubts, with the latter highly unlikely to be risked ahead of this weekend’s visit of Chelsea.
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Europa Conference League participation allows Spurs to leapfrog Arsenal
It’s not the most glamourous competition around, but Tottenham’s participation in the maiden Europa Conference League has allowed them to make a small piece of history by overtaking Arsenal in the Uefa coefficient.
Ever since the introduction of club rankings in 1979, Spurs have remained below their north London rivals with the exception of the 1991/92 campaign. During the Arsene Wenger era, Arsenal were a mainstay in the Champions League up until 2016/17, ensuring they maintained superiority over the Lilywhites.
But the Gunners haven’t dined at Europe’s top table since 2017 while, during that time, Spurs have reached one Champions League final with a further two appearances in the round-of-16, also reaching the last 16 of the Europa League last season.
Tottenham finished a point above Arsenal to reach the Conference League last season. And in the latest round of coefficient points, with their win over Pacos Ferreira taken into consideration, Spurs leapfrogged Arsenal into 12th place, sitting on 80.5 points to the Gunners’ 80.
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