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Crystal Palace vs. Tottenham Hotspur: game time, TV channels, how to watch

Spurs finish out the season with a Europa League berth in sight.

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Tottenham Hotspur v Crystal Palace - Premier League Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images

At last, the 2019-20 Premier League season has come to a close. The past year has been exhausting for Tottenham Hotspur supporters, to say the least, starting from a depressing Champions League Final. Since then we have seen beloved Mauricio Pochettino separated from the team, big losses to Bayern Munich and RB Leipzig in Europe, and plenty of frustrating results domestically, leading to the club’s lowest points total since 2008-09 (51).

That being said, there are still a few bright spots as the season winds down. Spurs are assured at least a top seven finish in the table and will end ahead of Arsenal for the fourth year in a row. Though the Champions League campaign was not that impressive, it was the third straight season that Tottenham made it to the knockout rounds. And while the club will not return to the competition next year, Jose Mourinho has kept the team at a top four points pace since taking over.

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

While it is not as exciting as the Champions League, Spurs have a shot at the Europa League for next season. It would still be a financial benefit for the club to be playing in Europe, and it could provide some opportunities for younger players to gain some valuable experience. Here are the three scenarios for Tottenham to earn a spot in the Europa League:

  • Spurs win, Wolves draw/lose
  • Spurs draw, Wolves lose
  • Chelsea wins FA Cup (next Saturday)

Essentially Spurs just need a better result against Crystal Palace today than Wolves get against Chelsea; this would result in Tottenham jumping up to sixth place. If this were not to happen, it will then come down to the FA Cup Final next weekend. A Chelsea win would give seventh place (Spurs) a Europa bid; an Arsenal win would give it to the FA Cup winners instead. Always fun counting on a rival to determine one’s fate...


How to Watch

Date: Sunday, July 26, 2020
Time: 11:00 a.m. ET, 4:00 p.m. BT
Location: Selhurst Park, London, England
TV: none (USA), Sky Sports Action (UK)
Streaming: Peacock (USA), NBC Sports Gold (USA), Sky GO Extra (UK)

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