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Swansea vs. Tottenham Hotspur live stream 2018: time, TV channels, and how to watch Premier League online

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Spurs got a rare week off during the busy holiday fixture period. Can they turn that into an emphatic win at the Liberty Stadium?

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2017 was a pretty fantastic year for Tottenham Hotspur, and also for Harry Kane. But a new year provides new challenges, and the first of those involves a trip to Wales to face a struggling Swansea side under new management.

Lineups:

Match Date, Time and Location

Tuesday, January 2, 2018, 2:45 p.m. (ET), 7:45 p.m. (BST)
Liberty Stadium, Swansea, Wales, UK
Match official: Bobby Madley (“Mobby Badley”)

TV Channels

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

Other countries can find their match listings at livesoccertv.com

Streaming

United Kingdom: Sky Go
USA: NBC Sports Live, fubo.tv (7-day trial)

Radio

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

What will 2018 bring for Tottenham?

Last year was a watershed year in Tottenham’s history: a home-grown golden boot winning striker in Harry Kane, a club record in Premier League points scored, a best-ever Premier League finish, even with a significant financial disadvantage compared to its competitors.

But now Spurs begin a new year that will see them move into their new stadium. Nobody quite expects Spurs to finish second again, but a top four finish and progression to the Champions League quarterfinals would be quite nice, thank you.

That journey starts today against Tom Carroll, Kyle Naughton, and Swansea City. The Swans have had a miserable 2017-18 campaign, and are currently bottom of the table with 16 points at the halfway mark. It was enough that they sacked Paul Clement and hired Portuguese manager Carlos Carvalhal, most recently of Championship side Sheffield Wednesday. It’s not exactly a signing that fills Swansea fans with confidence.

Tottenham need to beat teams like Swansea if they want to keep pressure on the likes of Arsenal, Liverpool, and Chelsea, all of whom are above them in the table at present. They didn’t do that the last time these teams played, the game finishing scoreless at Wembley Stadium. Can Spurs emphatically win in a way that they didn’t do in September?

COYS!

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