Tottenham sit second in the group on nine points while LASK are third on six. Spurs will seal qualification for the round of 32 should they win or draw tonight.
LASK: Schlager, Wiesinger, Holland, Andrade, Ranftl, Madsen, Michorl, Renner, Gruber, Eggestein, Goiginger. Subs: Karamoko, Reiter, Ramsebner, Potzmann, Plojer, Cheberko, Haudum, Gebauer.
Tottenham: Hart, Doherty, Tanganga, Sanchez, Davies, Hojbjerg, Lo Celso, Ndombele, Lucas, Son, Bale. Subs: Winks, Dier, Sissoko, Alli, Bergwijn, Aurier, Austin, Whiteman, Clarke, White, Scarlett.
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of this UEFA Europa League Group J encounter between Tottenham Hotspur and LASK Linz at the Linzer Stadion.
KICK-OFF! LASK kick the game underway on home soil.
LASK have been putting pressure on Tottenham in the opening minutes. The North London side are not having everything go their way.
POST! LASK hit Joe Hart's left upright via Eggestein from long range!
Should Tottenham continue to struggle in this match, it will be interesting to see what Jose Mourinho does at half-time. He has started several fringe players in this match.
Tottenham continue to look shaky as Hart puts the ball straight out of play, but he has not been severely tested since his upright was rattled.
LASK get a corner and it's allowed to bounce, but nobody in the area is able to capitalise and shoot.
LASK get a cross in towards the near post from their left. Sanchez diverts the ball back, but Hart manages to gather before it can go out for a corner.
Lucas Moura is played in behind the LASK defence, but the flag goes up for offside.
Renner's shot is kept out by Joe Hart. Good save from the former Manchester City goalkeeper.
LASK have had 54% of the possession in this game so far.
LASK are putting pressure on in the late stages of the first half, peppering Joe Hart with crosses.
GOAL, LASK, MICHORL! 1-0: It has been coming for some time and Michorl fires LASK in front from long range with a stunning strike!
HALF-TIME: LASK 1-1 TOTTENHAM. LASK had the better of the first half and took the lead through Michorl, but Bale levelled with a penalty on the stroke of half time.
GOAL, TOTTENHAM, BALE! 1-1: Bale sends the goalkeeper the wrong way and levels the scores!
PENALTY, SPURS! Moura tees up Ndombele, whose shot is blocked by the raised arm of Andrade! Penalty and a yellow card!
Tottenham get the second half up and running. They will be hoping for a smoother ride than they had in the first.
Just a reminder that if Tottenham draw this game, they will book their place in the round of 32. LASK will not be able to overtake them due to an inferior head-to-head record, having lost the reverse fixture 3-0.
LASK are piling pressure on Spurs once again early in the second half.
GOAL, TOTTENHAM, SON! 1-2: Ndombele wins the ball in midfield and immediately plays Son in behind the defence. The South Korea star slides the ball across the goalkeeper and into the bottom corner!
Ludogorets and Antwerp are level at 1-1, which means Spurs are headed for top spot in the group at the end of this matchweek as the scores stand.
Michorl looks to go on a marauding run, but the ball is taken off him before he can shoot or enter the Spurs box.
Bale is played in behind and slides the ball across to Son, but it's beyond him! That would have and should have been a simple tap-in!
On comes Sissoko in place of Moura and Bergwijn for Ndombele.
Karamoko and Reiter come on in place of Goiginger and Gruber for LASK.
Tottenham fail to clear and an intricate passing move ends with a shot from Karamoko on the edge of the box. He fires wide of goal, but this game is not over. On comes Dier for Lo Celso.
A Hojbjerg header misses the target at the other end.
Son chases down the opposition goalkeeper relentlessly as he seeks to pinch the ball and claim another goal.
More substitutions for Spurs - Docherty is replaced by Aurier and Bale by Alli.
GOAL, LASK, EGGESTEIN! 2-2: Once again, Tottenham fail to clear their lines. LASK move the ball back and then the defence is split by a wonderful pass to Eggestein, who having peeled away from Sanchez, fires past Hart to equalise!
GOAL, TOTTENHAM, ALLI! 2-3: Alli goes down the middle and puts Spurs back in front! LASK are architects of their own downfall after fighting so hard to draw level.
PENALTY, SPURS! Bergwijn goes down in the area after being played in behind and the decision goes his way against Wiesinger!
Wiesinger picks up a yellow card for the foul on Bergwijn which led to that penalty.
FULL-TIME: LASK 3-3 TOTTENHAM. Spurs qualify for the round of 32, but unconvincingly so as LASK earn a point out of this game.
GOAL, LASK, KARAMOKO! 3-3: Karamoko levels the scores with a superb long-range effort! LASK deserve something out of this game and it looks as if they will get a draw!
A minimum of four minutes of stoppage time have been added on. Spurs are pushing to put the match to bed.