Home form hasn’t been good for Spurs though, with just three wins in all competitions from their last seven dating back to mid-December – and one of those victories was against Championship side Brentford. In the Premier League of late it’s even worse, with five defeats in six for Jose Mourinho’s side who are down to ninth place in the table.
European action has at least been more routine this season for Spurs, with a very weak group stage seeing them progress top with four wins from six. Wolfsberger finished second in their own group, ahead of CSKA Moscow and Feyenoord and four points behind Dinamo Zagreb.
Barring a cataclysmic collapse from Mourinho’s side, this should be a routine procession into the next round which gets Spurs back to winning ways.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the match.
The match kicks off at 5pm on Wednesday, 24 February.
The game will be shown live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate. Subscribers can stream the match via the BT Sport app or desktop website.
Spurs will likely make changes due to both the strength of their first-leg lead and their poor recent results. Giovani Lo Celso and Serge Aurier are the only two injury issues.
Eliel Peretz is out for the Austrian side, who must also give Sven Sprangler a late fitness test.
TOT – Hart; Doherty, Alderweireld, Tanganga, Davies; Sissoko, Winks; Bale, Dele, Moura; Vinicius
WOL – Kofler; Novak, Baumgartner, Lochoshvili, Scherzer; Leitgeb; Taferner, Liendl, Wernitznig; Vizinger, Joveljic
A routine stroll for Spurs, though given the extent of their first-leg lead it might not be a classic despite a relatively high possible scoreline. Spurs 4-0 Wolfsberger, 7-1 on aggregate.