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

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Tottenham Hotspur v Leicester City - Premier League Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images

Dead rubber. That’s the only way to describe this match, as well as the match against Hull on Sunday. Tottenham Hotspur have already done everything they can do this season, and effectively wrapped up their season last weekend at White Hart (*sob*) Lane.

But there are still two more matches on the schedule, annoyingly, and they must be played, so play them we will. Tottenham are at the King Power Stadium today to take on the (former) Champions of England, Leicester City. The Foxes have found that Happily Ever After hasn’t exactly been what they had expected after they rode that fairy tale unicorn to the league title last season. They ended up firing Claudio Ranieri after a disastrous start to the season and while Craig Shakespeare has righted the ship somewhat, they’re nowhere near the weirdly dominant team that they were last season.

That said, Leicester is one of only two teams that managed to take points from Spurs at White Hart Lane this season, earning a 1-1 draw in October. The Foxes have a lot more to play for than Spurs, as they are now playing for table position and a higher end-of-season payday. They’re likely to field a pretty strong side at home, while virtually everyone expects Spurs to rotate the crap out of their side.

The media has already reported that Filip Lesniak and Samuel Sashoua are set to be in Spurs’ squad today, and while we don’t know exactly what Pochettino will do, expect players like Moussa Sissoko, Vincent Janssen, and maybe even Kevin Wimmer and Michel Vorm or Paul Lopez to feature. It’s an opportunity to give a few of the fringe players a shot.

So let’s just get this over with, shall we? COYS.


How to Watch

Date/time: Thursday, May 18, 7:45 p.m. (UK), 2:45 p.m. ET (USA)
Venue: King Power Stadium, Leicester, UK
Official: Michael Oliver
TV: NBC Sports Network (USA), Sky Sports 1/HD (UK), Sportsnet World, (Canada), Optus Sport (Australia), other listings at
Streaming: NBC Sports Live Extra (USA), also (free 7-day trial)
Radio: Audio streamed at, also often at BBC Radio London, BBC Radio 5 Live, and TalkSport

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