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Tottenham Women vs. Reading: game time, lineups, and how to watch online

Tottenham’s brutal stretch of league matches comes to an end (hopefully) today vs. Reading.

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It’s been an absolutely killer stretch of matches to open to the 2020-21 WSL season for Tottenham Hotspur Women. Their opening five matches included games again Everton, Manchester City, Manchester United, and Arsenal, four of the best teams in the league this season. Predictably, it hasn’t gone well — Spurs have zero wins and just one point from their opening five league matches, and their only win in all competitions has come against a second division opponent.

Not great.

Today’s opponent, Reading, is another challenge, but perhaps an easier one. Reading have wins over newly promoted Aston Villa and West Ham and were expected to be in the chasing pack behind the Big Four along with Spurs this season. They’ve gotten off to a faster start than Spurs, but they’re a team that Tottenham should be able compete with. Tottenham also has Alex Morgan, though I’ve given up predicting when she might start. She will when she’s ready.



How to Watch

Tottenham Women vs. Reading Women
Saturday, November 7, 2020
9:00 a.m. ET, 2:00 p.m. BST
The Hive, Edgeware, London, UK
TV: not televised (USA, UK)
Streaming: The FA Player (free, registration required)

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