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Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Tottenham Hotspur: Match Thread and How to Watch

An unexpected Top 4 matchup.

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Tottenham Hotspur look to get back to winning ways once again as they make a trip to the Amex Stadium to take on Brighton and Hove Albion.

Spurs aren’t exactly striking fear into the hearts of opponents right now after settling for a scoreless draw in Germany against Eintracht Frankfurt midweek. As supporters get a little restless, Heung-Min Son and Antonio Conte specifically have been calling for patience and calm as the squad figures out their issues in attack and try to find the form that saw them putting teams to the sword down the stretch last season.

Brighton are just three points behind Spurs and have a new boss in Roberto De Zerbi, replacing Graham Potter who has taken over the manager’s box at Chelsea. Conte is quite familiar with his fellow countryman and the tactical matchup should be a good one. Spurs need to get some momentum in this busy month before the World Cup break hits. There’s no reason it can’t start today.


How to Watch

Brighton and Hove Albion vs. Tottenham Hotspur

American Express Community Stadium, Falmer, East Sussex, England

Time: 5:30 PM UK, 12:30 PM ET

TV: Sky Sports Premier league (UK), NBC (USA)

Streaming: DAZN (CAN)

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