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Tottenham Hotspur vs. Leicester City: game time, TV channels, how to watch

The quest for the Europa League continues with just two fixtures remaining.

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Leicester City v Tottenham Hotspur - Premier League Photo by Stephen Pond/Getty Images

It has been a good stretch for Tottenham Hotspur, with back-to-back wins over the past week and 10 points from its last four matches with only two goals conceded. Accordingly, Spurs have now jumped into seventh place and are on track for a Europa League place if they can finish out the rest of the year well.

Sunday’s opponent has not been quite as strong lately, although Leicester City did do Tottenham a favor on Thursday, holding Sheffield United down in eighth place. The Foxes seemed like a lock for Champions League football next year, but a dreadful return from the coronavirus break has left them in a battle with Chelsea and Manchester United for third and fourth place.

Premier League Table

Place Team Matches Goal Diff Points
Place Team Matches Goal Diff Points
1 Liverpool 37 50 96
2 Man. City 37 62 78
3 Man. United 37 28 63
4 Chelsea 37 13 63
5 Leicester 37 28 62
6 Wolves 37 13 59
7 Tottenham 37 14 58
8 Sheffield 37 2 54
9 Burnley 37 -6 54
10 Arsenal 37 7 53

Both teams have plenty to play for, but it does seem like Spurs have the advantage here. Leicester have looked shaky over the past month, while Tottenham are finally putting it all together. The defense has been much better and Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min have reminded us of just how good the attack can be when things are going right.

Only once this season has Tottenham won three straight Premier League matches, so a win today (and potentially one next weekend as well) would be a nice positive to carry into next year after a very trying campaign. It might not be the biggest prize, but at least Spurs have something to play for as the season finally winds down.


How to Watch

Date: Sunday, July 19, 2020
Time: 11:00 a.m. ET, 4:00 p.m. BT
Location: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London, England
TV: NBCSN (USA), Sky Sports (UK)
Streaming: NBC Sports Live (USA), Sky Go Extra (UK), (free trial)

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