Tottenham Hotspur are the bookies’ favourites to win the Europa League at 5/1.
Spurs manager Jose Mourinho has won the competition the last two times he has been in it, with Porto in 2003 and with Manchester United in 2017.
If Tottenham are likely to go all the way to the final in Gdansk in May, many of their players will be reliant on the experience that the 58-year-old has in European competitions, as well as the fitness of key men such as Harry Kane.
Mourinho’s side have made it to the final of the Carabao Cup which takes place at Wembley Stadium in April and will be looking to use the Europa League to further build his side’s winning mentality. This competition may become vital to Tottenham as it may ultimately become their last viable route to qualification for the Champions League if their league form continues to stutter.
Having progressed from a group containing Royal Antwerp, LASK and Ludogorets, they will face Austrian minnows Wolfsberger in the round of 32.