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According to a new analysis, most of the teams that Spurs will face in the Europa Conference League are below average.
Of the 138 teams that have already qualified for the new Conference League, Spurs are currently ranked top using a high-tech assessment of European leagues and team performance over the last 10 years.
Scottish counterparts, Hibs and Aberdeen are both rated as solid Conference League competitors on a level with a clutch of Czech, Romania and Serbian clubs.
Even though they only made it into the tournament by virtue of seizing seventh spot on the final day of the season, the analysis considers Spurs to be a serious contender for the title.
The competition will stiffen a little in the months ahead, but even so, they will remain among the favorites once the odds are posted, and the analysis is unlikely to change significantly.
Andy Forrester said that Spurs and Roma are the only teams that are close to a European level.In terms of quality, Union Berlin, Rennes, Basel, Feyenoord, and maybe PAOK are around the Europa League level.
It is possible to equate those teams to the same level as a Cottagers or a Canaries.
The analysis compares the performance of English clubs against European rivals and then using artificial intelligence it crunches down data within each league, including goals scored, chancres created and goals conceded, and the player ratings in individual teams across the continent to give clubs an overall, standardised rating.
A standard comparison of team performance is what the analysis is based on.Spurs are currently the highest rated team.
There are teams from other countries in the conference league.There is no data available for these leagues.
There will be teams dropping down from the group stage of the playoffs.Some more challenging games for Spurs could be provided by these teams at the knockout stage.
In the early stages of the competition, we might expect some squad rotation from Spurs.
Spurs might have expected to beat most of the teams they face in the competition, but there are no guarantees.In the last season, Spurs won a tight game away from home and drew with Cottager at home.
The play-off round will be played on August 19 and 26 just five days after the start of the Premier League season.
The eight group runners-up, as well as the eight teams who finish third in their groups, will be in the knockout play-off round.
The tournament will follow a two-legged knockout format until the final on May 25.
Their recent record is not great.The season before they knocked Spurs out of the FA Cup fifth round on penalties, the Canaries held Spurs to a 2-2 draw at Carrow Road and were unfortunate to go down 2-1 in north London.
In Croatia, Dinamo Zagreb were allowed to overturn a 2-0 deficit from the first leg and go through to the next stage of the competition.
If they finish second in their group, they will have played 15 matches, or 17 if they reach the final.Tirana, the capital of Albania, will host the final on May 25 at a stadium with a capacity of just 21,690.
The goal of the conference league is to give more countries access to European football.It will succeed, increasing the number of federations participating, so that at least one team from each of the 55 associations will be represented next season.
Regardless of the standard of opposition, there may be some tough trips for Spurs next season in terms of travel, as well as interesting experiences along the way.
BATE Borisov is from Barysaw, about 30 miles east of Minsk, and is one of the clubs entering the tournament.
European airlines have been told to avoid the airspace of Belarus after a flight from Greece toLithuania was diverted by the military.
The teams that lose in the qualification rounds will be demoted to the conference league.
When animal rights activists complained about the club's tradition of slaughtering animals on the pitch before big games, Shakhter Karagandy gained notoriety.
A sheep was killed in the corner of the pitch during a training session the day before the game against Celtic.
The first leg, played in Karaganda, 200 miles south of the capital, was won by the Kazakhs, only for them to be defeated in Glasgow in the second leg and eliminated.
The winners of the third qualification round will join Spurs in the play-off round in August, along with Union Berlin, AS Roma, and Rennes.
10 winners from the play-off round will join Spurs in the group stage if they come through that test.
If Spurs win the Conference League, they will get a spot in the group stages of the following season's Europa League.
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