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Manchester City vs. Tottenham Hotspur: time, TV channels, lineups, and how to watch Premier League online

Oh god, these guys AGAIN?!

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For the third time in ten days, Tottenham Hotspur is facing Manchester City. This time, however, it’s in Premier League competition, not the Champions League. That doesn’t make it any less important. Spurs need every point they can get in order to be assured of finishing top four, and City are in a dogfight with Liverpool for the Premier League title. They can’t afford to drop any points either.

The last match between these two sides was an instant classic featuring four goals in the opening 11 minutes. It’s unlikely we’ll see those kind of fireworks again today, but you never know. Both sides will be digging deep into their bench for fit players. Both teams will be exhausted. And both sides will probably be quite happy to see the backs of the other team when this match is finally finished.



How to Watch

Time/Date: Saturday, April 20, 2019 | 7:30 a.m. ET, 12:30 p.m. BST
ELocation: Location: Etihad Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
TV: Sky Sports (United Kingdom), NBCSN (USA-English), TSN 1/4/5 (Canada), Optus (Australia), other countries at

Streaming: NBCSN (USA), (free trial)

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