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Football Hospitality – Europa League Round Three Preview

Both Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool FC have excellent opportunities still to progress in the Europa League as we enter round three of the group stage. Eventmasters are delighted to offer official football hospitality at both Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur for all their home matches in the 2015/16 Europa League. 7

Tottenham Hotspur

The White Hart Lane side are away to Anderlecht, the pride of Belgium. Spurs currently top of their group with four points while Anderlecht have just a solitary point.

However the London club will be missing a few key players in Nabil Bentaleb, Ryan Mason, Alex Pritchard and Son Heung-min. While they were dealt another injury blow earlier in the week when winger Nacer Chadli was ruled out for six weeks with an ankle injury.

The hosts can be a dangerous side at home. Star player is the emerging Youri Tielemans who is interesting Manchester United.

The 19-year-old Tielemans has started the new season in impressive form, scoring three goals in seven league appearances to help lift Besnik Hasi’s side up to third in the table.

The game promises to be an entertaining clash between two attacking sides for guests enjoying football hospitality packages.

You can see all the action of the return match on Thursday 5th November as Tottenham Hotspur welcome Anderlecht to White Hart Lane with our Tottenham Hotspur hospitality packages from the outstanding West Stand Box.

Liverpool FC

Liverpool FC need a decent win over Rubin Kazan as the Anfield crowd prepare to welcome new manager, or should that be messiah, Jurgen Klopp.

Football hospitality guests will be expecting a big performance with Rubin Kazan struggling towards the bottom of the Russian league. Klopp will have been encouraged by a hard-earned 0-0 draw against Tottenham in London.

The German was overseeing his first game since replacing the sacked Brendan Rodgers, Liverpool battling fiercely to secure a point. But it was thanks to his much criticised goalkeeper Simon Mignolet.

Mignolet saved superbly from Spurs substitute Clinton Njie and from Harry Kane in each half and was busier than opposite number Hugo Lloris.

Liverpool also had chances to win as Belgium striker Divock Origi, in for the injured again Daniel Sturridge struck the bar with an early header.

Klopp went around embracing his new charges at the final whistle and said the performance gave him a good foundation.

“I am happy because I saw many good things. There were many full-throttle moments in the game. We need to improve but after working with the players for three days I am completely satisfied.”

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino felt his side had looked more likely, saying: “Both teams played with a very high tempo and it was an exciting game.

“I am a little bit disappointed not to win because we created four good chances to score and the only clear one Liverpool had came when we were down to 10 men because Nacer Chadli was off the field getting treatment. In football you need to be clinical. We weren’t but I am still very happy with the performance.”

After this Europa League clash Liverpool FC hospitality guests will be hoping to see Klopp register his first Premier League win as they take welcome Southampton to Anfield on Sunday 25th October.

See all the action of the 2015/16 season with our football hospitality packages including Liverpool FC hospitality packages, Tottenham Hotspur hospitality packages, Manchester United hospitality packages and Chelsea FC hospitality packages.

For more information please see our football hospitality page.