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Brentford vs. Tottenham Hotspur: Match Thread and How to Watch

There will be some emotions in this match.

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It’s a six match season for Tottenham Hotspur that begins with a trip to west London to take on Brentford.

We’ve gone on and on about how important every single match is from here on out, but as Spurs go into Matchday 33, everything seems to be ramped up. Arsenal and Manchester United will have concluded by the time this article goes up, meaning Spurs will know if they’re in fourth or fifth place once they kick off against the Bees.

While Spurs are fighting for a Champions League spot, Brentford are enjoying a pretty good run in their first Premier League campaign. The Bees are safe from relegation and sit comfortably in the mid-table on 39 points. They’re also in excellent form, having won their last three matches including a 4-1 trouncing of Chelsea. There will be some emotions to feel in this match as it’ll mark the first time Spurs face off against former Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen, who is enjoying a solid spell after returning to club football following his cardiac arrest at the Euros.

Lineups

Lineups will be posted one hour prior to kick-off.

How to Watch

Brentford vs. Tottenham Hotspur

Community Stadium, Brentford, England

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

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

Streaming: DAZN (CAN)

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