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It’s game two of the International Champions Cup as Spurs take on a familiar foe in Shanghai.

Tottenham Hotspur Official Training & Press Conference Photo by Di Yin/International Champions Cup/Getty Images

It’s early again on a Thursday morning but Tottenham Hotspur are in preseason action today, taking on Premier League rivals Manchester United in Shanghai. This is Spurs’ second game of the 2019 International Champions Cup.

We’ll probably see much of what we saw against Juventus — a mixed team of established stars and fringe teamers/youth players, and a whole lot of subs. A win will give Spurs a boost as they try to repeat as ICC champions, and yes that’s an important thing to do.

COYS!

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How to Watch

A programming note: this match is not televised on TV anywhere in the USA or UK. Legal streaming options are listed below. Please do not post links to illegal streams in the comments; violators will be banned.

Tottenham Hotspur vs. Manchester United (International Champions Cup)

Date: Thursday, July 25, 2019
Time: 7:30 a.m. ET, 12:30 p.m. BST
Location: Hongkou Stadium, Shanghai, China

TV: Not Televised (USA/UK)

Streaming: ESPN+ ($, USA); MUTV (£, UK)

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