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

Can Spurs get a crucial three points in their first cup final (trolololo) of the season?

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Tottenham Hotspur are back in Premier League action, this time with a tricky away tie at West Ham at the London Stadium. There may be one eye on the Champions League match against APOEL this coming week, but after disappointing home draws to Burnley and Swansea, Spurs really need a convincing win or risk being left behind in the race for the Premier League title before October even starts.


Match Date, Time and Location

Saturday, September 23, 2017, 12:30 p.m. (BST), 7:30 a.m. (ET)
London Stadium, London, UK
Match official: Michael Oliver

TV Channels

United Kingdom: Sky Sports Premier League
Canada: TSN1, TSN4, TSN5
Australia: Optus Sport

Other countries can find their match listings at


United Kingdom: Sky Go
USA: NBC Sports Live / (free 7-day trial)


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

Gosh, it’d be great to beat West Ham.

You know what’s worse than the Emirates? London Stadium. Only West Ham could manage move into a sparkling new stadium for a peach of a lease deal and have the atmosphere be actually WORSE than the Boleyn Ground. But lordy, does the former Olympic Stadium suck when it comes to atmosphere. Imagine if Spurs had won their bid to play there.

West Ham are not good, but they always seem to be good against Spurs at home. That’s what makes this particular fixture so gd annoying: we’ve seen this movie before. We’ll pound them twice at Wembley this season but will somehow find a way to piss away a win over the Hammers. Whether that comes via a Chicharito goal (possibly), an Andy Carroll header (probable), or a Mark Noble 90th minute out of nowhere thunderbastard (bank it), somehow this is always a fixture that makes Spurs fans want to gouge their eyes out.

Spurs have dropped three of their past four matches at West Ham’s home ground, but it doesn’t have to be that way. While Spurs are likely to show some minor rotation ahead of the mid-week Champions League match at APOEL Nicosia, after a heavily changed win over Barnsley there should be plenty left in the tank against the Hammers. And so long as Bilic doesn’t set up to all-out defend at home against Spurs, there should be opportunities for goals.


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