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Tottenham vs Marseille live stream: Is game on TV? Channel and how to watch

Robert Worthington

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Tottenham vs Marseille live stream: Is game on TV? Channel and how to watch

Spurs host Marseille at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as Antonio Conte’s side commence their Champions League campaign.  

Tottenham of course pipped local rivals Arsenal to a qualification place thanks to an emphatic victory over Norwich City on the final day of the season.

Tonight though, Spurs will be facing up against something of a North-London themed side despite the Gunners’ failure to qualify for the competition.

Marseille currently possess 4 former Arsenal players within their ranks, Matteo Guendouzi, Sead Kolasinac, Nuno Tavares, and a certain Alexis Sanchez.

The last time a famous former Gunner returned to England to play Spurs, the Lilywhites were crushed 7-2, with 4 goals coming from a red-hot Serge Gnabry.

In tonight’s Champions League affair, Spurs fans will be hoping Marseille’s former Arsenal stars don’t come back to north London to haunt them.

Here’s everything you need to know about Tottenham Vs Marseille.

Tottenham Vs Marseille: live stream and TV channel

Tottenham Vs Marseille will be broadcast live in the UK on BT Sport 3 with the match scheduled to commence at 8pm (BST).

Those looking to stream the match will be able to do so via the BT Sport app available on Android and IOS. Highlights will also be accessible through this service.

Tottenham team news

Spurs boast a strong fitness record at the moment with just two players, Bryan Gil and Lucas Moura, on the treatment table at the time being.

Tottenham fans will be happy to see Cristian Romero starting in defence after he overcame his latest injury issue. The Argentine started against Fulham at the weekend.

It’ll also be interesting to see who Antonio Conte opts to start alongside Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son in his front three. On Saturday, Richarlison started at the expense of Dejan Kulusevski.

Marseille team news

As for Marseille, they’ll be without their club captain Dimitri Payet who is carrying a calf issue at the moment.

They will though be able to call upon a raring to go duo of Matteo Guendouzi and Nuno Tavares after they were rested against Auxerre last time out in Ligue 1.

Cedric Bakambu and Bamba Dieng won’t be able to play after being left out of the Marseille Champions League squad. Both players failed to secure deadline day moves last week.

 

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Tottenham Hotspur, Marseille, Champions League

Robert Worthington
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