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Tottenham Hotspur vs. Southampton 2017 live stream: time, TV channels, and how to watch Premier League online

In the last Premier League match of 2017, can Harry Kane top both Alan Shearer and Lionel Messi?

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It’s the last match of 2017 for Tottenham Hotspur, as they host Southampton in a Boxing Day clash that could see them continue to re-establish their credentials as top four favorites. And for Harry Kane, it’s a chance to beat Alan Shearer’s 22-year old calendar-year goal scoring record, and maybe even nip Lionel Messi to the title of Europe’s top goal scorer of 2017.


Match Date, Time and Location

Tuesday, December 26, 2017, 7:30 a.m. (ET), 12:30 p.m. (BST)
Wembley Stadium, London, UK
Match official: Graham Scott

TV Channels

United Kingdom: Sky Sports Premier League
USA: NBC Sports Network
Canada: Sportsnet World/East/West/Pacific/Ontario
Australia: Optus Sport, SBS

Other countries can find their match listings at


United Kingdom: BT Sport
USA: NBC Sports Live, (7-day trial)


Audio streamed at (requires free OneHotspur membership), also often at BBC Radio London, BBC Radio 5 Live, and TalkSport

Happy Boxing Day!

The holiday season has seemingly always been kind to Tottenham Hotspur under Mauricio Pochettino. Despite a killer string of matches in a short period of time, Pochettino’s fitness regime often means that, even with rotation, his players aren’t as dogged as the teams they face.

Today they take on a struggling Southampton side that is winless in their last six matches. Claude Puel was not doing well at the beginning of the season, so Soton decided to return to what worked for them a few years ago — mainly, hiring a retired Argentine international central defender named Mauricio P.

Pellegrino isn’t Pochettino, but there are hopes that he can right the ship before the Saints slide into a possible relegation battle. It’ll be tough, though -- striker Charlie Austin is out with both an injury AND a suspension for violent conduct, which will make the job of getting a result at Wembley that much tougher.

For Spurs, all eyes will be on Harry Kane, who can set a new Premier League record for goals scored in a calendar year with one goal (over Alan Shearer), and can become Europe’s leading goal scorer in 2017 outright with two (over Leo Messi). My guess: wild horses won’t prevent Kane from putting at least one in the ol’ onion bag before the end of this match.


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