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Here are a few facts and figures on our UEFA Cup Round of 32 opponents Slavia Prague...

Here are a few facts and figures on our UEFA Cup Round of 32 opponents Slavia Prague...

- Slavia Prague were infrequent participants in UEFA club competition during the existence of Czechoslovakia, but since the formation of the Czech Republic they have not failed to qualify to participate in UEFA club competition. This season marks their 15th consecutive appearance.

- Slavia's best performance in Europe came during the 1995/96 UEFA Cup when they advanced to the semi-finals only to lose 2-0 on aggregate against Bordeaux.

- We met in the first round of the UEFA Cup last season and 1-0 victories in both legs secured a safe passage into the group stages of the competition.

- Jermaine Jenas scored the goal in Prague while Robbie Keane struck at the Lane.

- Juande Ramos has already faced Slavia Prague this season, guiding his former club Sevilla to a 4-2 win in the Champions League.

- We have two former Slavia Prague players at Spurs - goalkeeper Radek Cerny and young professional Tomas Pekhart.

- Slavia Prague have played six English teams in European competition and have a record of winning one, drawing one and losing four, although only one of those defeats has been at home - our win last season.

- Our record against Czech sides is played six, won four, drawn one and lost one.

- Slavia Prague are currently five points clear of city rivals Sparta Prague at the top of the Czech League.

- They've lost just one league game all season, away to Bohemians Prague in September. They've won 10, drawn five and lost one of their 16 league games.

- Their last domestic defeat was against Lisen in the Czech Cup in November.

- Slavia's best-known player is Vladomir Smicer, the former midfielder and Champions League winner with Liverpool.