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Tottenham vs. Sydney FC: how to watch soccer online, TV listings, live stream link

Spurs are Down Under to take on Sydney FC in the last leg of their post-season tour. Will the sash stay undefeated?

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G'day! Tottenham Hotspur are in Oz today to play Sydney FC in the last match in their post-season "circus match" tour of Asia. At least I'm considering Australia to be part of Asia in this case. I mean, it's in the AFC. That counts, right?

Sydney FC is an actual real football team, unlike the Malaysia XI that Spurs faced on Wednesday, so it's quite possible that Sydney could give Spurs a real game. While there aren't a whole lot of well-known stars on Sydney's roster, the A-league isn't a complete slouch. One of our Aussie commenters, Aslan the Melon, did a nice write-up about the Sydney squad and how they may match up against Spurs. It's worth a read.

Either way, this is a friendly so we should all hope for a fun match and no injuries, whatever the final score. Enjoy the last Tottenham football for a few months!



How to Watch

Match Date: Saturday, May 30, 2015
Time: 8:00 pm Sydney (6:00 a.m. ET, 11:00 am London)
Location: ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia

TV/Streaming: In a SHOCK SWITCH, BT Sport 1 will be showing this match in the UK, but it isn't televised anywhere in the USA. So for us Americans, we'll likely be relying on a stream. A lot of African countries can find it on SuperSport Africa 5. Check your local listings or check online at LiveSoccerTV. 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.

Radio: LOL doubt it

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