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Tottenham vs. Malaysia XI: how to watch online, TV listings, live stream link

It's a Spurs friendly! And it's AFTER the season!

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Did you think that Tottenham Hotspur were finished for the year? WELL THE JOKE'S ON YOU! Spurs are currently in Kuala Lumpur to take on an exhibition Malaysia XI squad as part of their post-season tour to Malaysia and Australia. And who gets to benefit? WE DO!

So what are we going to see from this match? My guess is a lot of stars for the first half, followed by a lot of kids in the second half, and a whole lot of uninspired, bad football. But hey, that's the fun of pre-post-season friendlies, right?

Let's not overthink this. Finally, a Spurs match where it's okay if we play like s**t. Let's enjoy it. Hell, let's start Ryan Mason at goalkeeper! YOLO!



How to Watch

Match Date: Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Time: 8:45 pm local time (8:45 a.m. ET, 3:45 pm London)
Location: Shah Alam Stadium, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

TV/Streaming: According to which updated apparently this morning, ESPN2 is showing this match in the States, and will probably be streamed on WatchESPN. It's on TSN 5 in Canada, and ESPN2 Australia. It's not televised in the UK, but Spurs are promising match streaming through their website if you sign up for a (free) Spurs TV Tour Pass. If that doesn't work for you, there's always @spursofficial. Get thee to Twitter, Spurs fans!

Radio: LOL

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