It’s been a long time since we’ve seen Tottenham Hotspur Women play football. Their last two league matches have been postponed due to weather — their tie against Bristol City was canceled due to a waterlogged pitch at The Hive, while this past weekend’s North London Derby was postponed due to Storm Ciara.
But on we go. Today Spurs are back home at The Hive in Edgware to take on Everton, a club that is among their closest rivals in terms of ability in this WSL season. For sure both clubs are competing to be the Best of the Rest — finishing fifth behind the Manchester clubs, Arsenal, and Chelsea would represent a fantastic season. The Toffees ran out to a 3-1 win in the first meeting between the two sides in November, a match that Everton dominated comfortably and that Spurs would like back. Today is a chance to turn the tide, and a win today will put Spurs back in contention for a fifth place finish when all is said and done — Everton are two points ahead of Spurs with a game in hand.
Team news is in #THWFC: Spencer, Percival, Green (c), Filbey, Davison, Peplow, Dean, Mitchell, Ayane, Godfrey, Neville. #SpurHerOn ⚪ #COYS pic.twitter.com/0zM1vK2obr— Tottenham Hotspur Women (@SpursWomen) February 12, 2020
How to Watch
Date: Wednesday, February 12, 2020
Time: 2:30 p.m. ET, 7:30 p.m. BST
Location: The Hive, Edgware, London, UK
TV: not televised (USA, UK)
Streaming: The FA Player
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