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Europa League - Tottenham v AEL

Europa League - Tottenham v AEL

A few things that Tottenham have acquired since the appointment of Mauricio Pochettino is a bit of spirit and a sprinkling of grit and they showed this perfectly last week against AEL Limassol as the Cypriots took the lead but a late surge and goals from Soldado & Kane enabled the London side to bring two valuable away goals to White Hart Lane. Despite their lead it is unlikely their manager will take anything for granted to ensure passage to the next stage of the competition. AEL will have a strong number of Brazilians in their line-up and hope to be able to break down the Spurs defence and claw back that away goal lead.

Europa League - Hull v Lokeren

Europa League - Hull v Lokeren

Steve Bruce's Hull City are in a precarious position of being eliminated from their European adventure before it's really got going. The Tigers went down 1-0 against Lokeren away and they now invite an attacking outfit to the KC Stadium knowing that a goal conceded will require 3 in return from the English side. Bruce is expected to make some changes to his starting eleven with Aluko, Ince and Sagbo all waiting to step onto the European stage. Lokeren have never won in England with defeats by Newcastle and Man City on previous occasions.

US Open - Bachinger v Murray

US Open - Bachinger v Murray

The common soundbite through the start of the US Open is that Andy Murray has the toughest draw out of all the top end players, however he has an easier encounter as a rest-bite against qualifier and world number 235 Matthias Bachinger. Murray ended up being lucky to escape with a victory over Haase who made the Scot work for his passage to the next round. It would seem that one of the big issues that may face Murray will be fitness and later fatigue.

Deutsche Bank Championship

Deutsche Bank Championship

Whilst the global focus has been predominantly stuck on Rory McIlroy, quietly stalking every tournament, but not winning one, has been the much experienced Jim Furyk. His last five outings have produced finishes no worse than T-15 with an impressive 19 out of 20 rounds have been under par. He now takes on an impressive field of in-form opponents having never missed a cut here, ranking 6th in the FedEx Cup and world standings feeling confident that it's "his time". With many of the players featured also paying close attention to their Ryder Cup hopes, this should be an attacking display by a huge field.

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