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Inter Milan vs. Tottenham hotspur 2018: time, TV channels, lineups, and how to watch Champions League online

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Stuck in a tough group, Tottenham head to the San Siro to face a resurgent Internazionale side.

FC Internazionale v Parma Calcio - Serie A Photo by Emilio Andreoli/Getty Images

THE CHAAAAAAAAAAAAMPIOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONS

Tottenham Hotspur are in Milan today to face Internazionale at the San Siro in their first Champions League group stage match of the season. Spurs are heading into the match in a bit of disarray after losing two consecutive Premier League matches for the first time since the 2015-16 season. Spurs are without Hugo Lloris, Dele Alli, and Moussa Sissoko due to injury, and left Kieran Trippier and Toby Alderweireld in London for “technical purposes,” according to Mauricio Pochettino. This match comes three days after a grueling defeat to Liverpool, and expect Pochettino to rotate.

This season marks the first time in six years that Inter have made the Champions League, and under Luciano Spaletti the three-time European Champions are trying to regain relevance on the European stage by spending big. Inter now features a number of recognizable names including Mauro Icardi, Keita Balde, Radja Nainggolan, Ivan Perisic, and Joao Mario, though they are clearly still working to adapt. They’ve taken only four points from their opening four games and are 15th in Serie A. Early days, to be sure, and while Spurs may be favored on paper in today’s Champions League match, expect the hosts to be formidable at home.

Stuck in a group that features Barcelona, it is extremely likely that one of these two teams will be the second to qualify to the knockout stages of the Champions League. Hence, this is an extremely important match right off the bat. A win for Spurs would put them in a very good position heading into a home match against Barcelona in October, but any sort of result would be satisfactory. Don’t expect it to be easy.

COYS!

Lineups

How to Watch

Time/Date: Tuesday, September 18, 2018 | 12:55 p.m. ET, 5:55 p.m. BST
Location: San Siro, Milan, Italy
Match Official: Clément Turpin (FRA)

TV: BT Sport 3 (United Kingdom), not televised (USA-English), Galavision (USA-Spanish), DAZN (Canada), Optus (Australia), other countries at www.livesoccertv.com

Streaming: B/R Live [$] (USA)

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