As the Europa League enters round four we preview all the action for football hospitality guests. Eventmasters are delighted to offer official football hospitality packages for Europa League games involving English sides with Liverpool FC hospitality packages and Tottenham Hotspur hospitality packages on sale now.
In the Europa League Liverpool FC travel deep inside Russia to Rubin Kazan with the Merseysiders still searching for their first win in the competition this season.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp endured a frustrating first game at Anfield as the Reds were held to a draw by their 10-man counterparts. Liverpool lie second in Group B with Swiss side Sion out in front
The visitors took the lead through Marko Devic’s stunning half-volley but had captain Oleg Kuzmin sent off for a second yellow card soon after. Liverpool responded as Emre Can stabbed in following a free-kick.
Substitute Christian Beneteke hit the post late on as Liverpool were held to a third successive draw.
But they depart buoyed by a massive 3-1 win over struggling Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Klopp had Liverpool fired up and working hard all over the pitch He got the result he deserved as Philippe Coutinho struck a superb double with Benteke added a third, piling the pressure back on Jose Mourinho.
After their European exertions the Reds return to Anfield to face Crystal Palace on Sunday 8th November; a mouth-watering clash for football hospitality guests inside the Centenary Club and Boot Room facilities.
Spurs welcome Belgian side Anderlecht to packed White Hart Lane including Tottenham Hotspur hospitality guests. After a convincing 3-1 win over Aston Villa on Monday night, the hosts will be full of confidence, but know they face a challenge.
In the away match Anderlecht came from behind to beat Spurs 2-1 thanks to Stefano Okaka’s second-half winner. Christian Eriksen gave the visitors a dream start by scoring after just four minutes at the Constant Vanden Stock Stadium, only for Anderlecht to equalise soon after through Guillaume Gillet’s crisp volley.
And Anderlecht gained their first win in Group J when former Fulham striker Stefano Okaka netted a winner 15 minutes from time – his seventh goal in 11 games – to leave both teams on four points at the halfway stage in qualifying for the knockout phase, a point behind Monaco in Group J.
Spurs were frustrated, having virtually thrown it away.
They will be well up for a match they know they should win – passport to an extended run in Europe and plenty more VIP corporate football hospitality.
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