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Tottenham will be hoping to show better form in Europe this Thursday when they host Polish side Wisla Krakow in the UEFA Cup.

Bulgarian club Botev Plovdiv have been docked three points by the Bulgarian Football Union (BFU) after fans carried a racist banner during their league match against Levski Sofia last month.

It is the first time that a Bulgarian club has been stripped of points for racism.

Botev were also fined 37,500 levs and have been ordered to play their next home match, against Belasitsa Petrich on September 27, behind closed doors.

Botev, who were already bottom of the table with two points from five matches, are now five points adrift of safety.

Tottenham will be hoping to show better form in Europe this Thursday when they host Polish side Wisla Krakow in the UEFA Cup.

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