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Tottenham vs. Leicester City: how to watch EPL online, TV listings, live stream link

Spurs return to the comfy confines of White Hart Lane to take on the Foxes of Lester. They better win.

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After a demoralizing loss at Old Trafford, what's a better balm than a little home cookin' against a relegation-threatened club? Tottenham Hotspur return to White Hart Lane to take on Leicester City in a match that, while it doesn't do much for their top four ambitions (mostly because Spurs don't really HAVE top four ambitions anymore), does provide an opportunity for a nice, comfortable win.

Or a terrible, soul-crushing loss. That could happen, too.

For Spurs, they remain almost entirely healthy: Roberto Soldado is out with a knee injury, which probably means that Emmanuel Adebayor will return to the bench for Spurs as Tottenham's second striker option behind Harry Kane. I don't expect we'll see much variation in the lineup from the one that went to Old Trafford last weekend; Poche seems to have found his first choice lineup, and even though we'll be clamoring for him to let the kids play, until Top Four is mathematically eliminated expect Tottenham to "give it a go" as the saying goes.



How to Watch

Match Date: Saturday, March 21
Time: 3:00 p.m. GMT (11:00 a.m. ET)
Location: White Hart Lane, North London, England

TV/Streaming: As per usual, in the United States this league match is being broadcast on NBC Sports Network and streamed online at NBC Sports Live Extra, if you have the right cable package. It's not televised in Britain, unfortch. Canadians can find it on TSN2; Aussies can find it on Fox Sports 5 Australia.  Find your local listings for the match here.

Radio: BBC Radio London 94.9 normally broadcasts Spurs' matches (unavailable in the USA without a proxy), and it will also be carried in the UK on TalkSport Radio. If you are a (free) MySpurs or OneHotspur member you can listen on Spurs' official website, though it's not always reliable.

Match thread rules:

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