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Arsenal vs. Tottenham: game time, TV channels, how to watch North London Derby online

Today would be an excellent day for Spurs to remember how to football.

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It’s been a rough week in Tottenham Hotspur Land. A stupid loss at home to Newcastle will suck the wind out of your sails, and the predictable and still unwelcome barrage of news stories wondering “What’s Wrong with Tottenham” doesn’t help anything.

So maybe this is a good time to play Arsenal. Because in the North London Derby, usually you can chuck the narrative right out the window. Spurs are coming into this one as perceptive underdogs for what feels like the first time in a while. And despite the “power shift” in North London, Spurs haven’t beaten Arsenal away in the league since 2010. But maybe this is the year. Spurs still have injuries in key positions, but Dele is set for a return today (hopefully), and who knows — we might even get the GOOD Christian Eriksen, assuming he’s not on a flight to Madrid right now.

What I’m saying is, it’s the NLD. Let’s try and enjoy it, not just endure it.



How to Watch

Date: Sunday, September 1, 2019
Time: 11:30 a.m. ET, 4:30 p.m. BST
Location: Emirates Stadium, North London, UK
TV: NBCSN (USA), Telemundo (USA - Spanish), Sky Premier League/Main Event (UK)

Streaming: NBC Sports Live (USA), Sky Go (UK)

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