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Tottenham Hotspur vs. Norwich City live stream 2015: Game time, TV schedule, and how to watch online

Fam, I'm egg nogged out, but I'm still ready for this match.

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Happy Boxing Day, everyone! Today continues a long tradition in England where football matches are played, but somehow inexplicably not televised, on the day after Christmas when most people are either still recovering from the Christmas meal or are still hung over from the previous night's revelries.

Thankfully, our Tottenham Hotspur players don't have to travel far, as they host Norwich City in the first of their last matches of 2015. Spurs finally cracked the top four last weekend after a 2-0 away win at Southampton, and with a winnable match against the Canaries upcoming, they'd sure like to keep their place, thank you very much. A win means they keep pace (or possibly even gain) on league leaders Leicester. Drop points and they could see themselves eclipsed in the table by Manchester United, Crystal Palace, or even Watford.

The good news is that Spurs are as healthy as they've been in a while. Only Clinton N'Jie and Alex Pritchard are out and both are still long-term injuries, which means Mauricio Pochettino has has some decisions to make on who makes the match day 18.  Will Poche ride with the lineup that won at St. Mary's, or will there be rotation with a trip to Watford coming up in just two days?

The bad news is that the match apparently isn't televised anywhere in the UK, so our listeners in England will need to find a radio stream to follow along. USA viewers can find the match on the NBC Sports "extra channels."

As for Norwich, they're also healthy, with only Matt Jarvis and Andre Wisdom, and Wisdom could be in the frame for a return today as well. The Canaries picked up a huge win at United last weekend, and are hoping to add another away win on the trot.

Our Boxing Day referee is Mike Jones (who?) MIKE JONES (who?). That's one of the few rapper jokes I know, fam, revel in it.



How to Watch

Date/time: Saturday, December 26, 3:00 p.m. (UK), 10:00 a.m. ET (USA)
Venue: White Hart Lane, London, UK
Official: Mike Jones (Active since 2008, 155 matches, 502 Yellow Cards, 23 Red Cards)
TV: NBC Sports Premier League Extra Time [the bonus channels] (USA), not televised (UK), TSN4 (Canada), Fox Sports 5 (Australia), other listings at
Streaming: NBCS Live Extra (USA)
Radio: Audio streamed at, also BBC Radio London and TalkSport

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