Tottenham Vs Pacos Ferreira Predictions Match Review and News Tottenham Hotspur will be looking to overturn a Uefa Europa Conference League play-off round deficit against Pacos Ferreira at home on Thursday evening (19:45 UK time). Spurs welcome the Primeira Liga club on the back of a 0-1 loss in Portugal a week ago. The disappointing result at Estádio da Mata Real means this will be Nuno Espírito Santo’s first major test in the Lilywhites hot seat.
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Tottenham vs Pacos Ferreira build-up & previous line-ups:
An unfortunate piece of history was made by Tottenham in their meeting with Pacos Ferreira last time out. By suffering a 1-0 loss in Portugal they became the first English club to lose at least one match in each of Uefa’s respective club competitions — Champions League, Europa League, the defunct Cup Winners’ Cup and now Europa Conference League — it remains their only blemish so far under new boss Nuno Espírito Santo as that loss was sandwiched between a big Premier League win over Manchester City and Espírito Santo’s former club Wolves.
Tottenham supporters everywhere breathed a big sigh of relief when talismanic centre-forward Harry Kane confirmed he wouldn’t be leaving the club this summer. The 28-year-old marksman was heavily linked with a move to Premier League champions Manchester City but that switch away from North London has been placed on the back burner.
As for Pacos Ferreira it’s been an opposite experience this season. Jorge Simão’s men began their Conference League qualification campaign at Larne, which they won 4-1 across both legs, before that surprise 1-0 win over Spurs — courtesy of a 45th minute Lucas Silva strike — they had suffered a 3-0 loss at Boavista and soon after securing that historic victory Os Castores would be humbled 1-3 at home by Estoril subsequently putting them on the back foot ahead of their visit to London.
Tottenham (vs Wolves): Lloris; Tanganga, Sánchez, Dier, Reguilón; Skipp, Höjbjerg, Alli; Moura, Son, Bergwijn.
Pacos Ferreira (vs Estoril Praia): Ferreira; Fonseca, Ramos, Baixinho, Antunes; Uilton, Eustáquio, Carlos, Delgado; Santos, Pedro.