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

Things are not going well in North London.

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Well... that felt more familiar. Tottenham Hotspur put up a terrible performance against Sheffield United last Thursday, sliding back to 10th in the table and adding another horrible result to a subpar season. With just six matches left, the Champions League is all but out of the question now, and even a Europa League spot looks distant.

Spurs have a chance to rebound against Everton Monday. It has not been a great season for the Toffees either, though they have taken seven points from their three matches since the restart. Just one point separates the two sides right now, and a Tottenham loss would see home side fall to the bottom half of the table.

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

The personnel decisions of late have been as frustrating as ever, but there might not be any relief coming soon. Jose Mourinho will claim that he has not had adequate time to get his side fully settled, but it is hard to see how he will be any more pleased with a limited transfer budget and an atypical offseason ahead. If things are going to improve, it will have to work with the current squad.

With six matches left in an up-and-down season, the goal should be trying to find some consistency and maybe even some positive momentum. There is unlikely to be any real prizes at the end of this season, so supporters will look for whatever glimmer of hope the final month can offer. Three points against Everton would be a start, as any win this year has become a pleasant surprise.


How to Watch

Date: Monday, July 6, 2020
Time: 3:00 p.m. ET, 8:00 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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