Premier League: Tottenham Vs Liverpool Live Streaming, Live Score, Team News & Match Preview

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Article originally published on the fanatix blog.

Sky Sports’ decision not to broadcast tonight’s clash between Tottenham and Liverpool (in favour of Wigan v Man City), has left fans without tickets scratching their heads wondering how to watch the big match.

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Fear not! We’ve assembled a list of ways that fans across the globe can follow the match live or watch the highlights online.

The game kicks of at 7.45pm, so if you’re overseas check what time it is where you are with our handy Kick Off time World Clock.

UK audiences can, of course, catch extended highlights on BBC One’s Match of the Day at 10.45pm.

If you miss MOTD, highlights will be available on Yahoo’s website from about 01.00am.

iPhone or iPad users might wish to download the ESPN Goals App (free on ios), which will have instant highlights as soon as the game is finished.

If you’re a seeking live media coverage in the UK you best bet is via the radio, with both BBC London (may be UK only) and talkSPORT covering the match.

If you’re a Spurs fan already signed up to Spurs TV Online (or you just fancy some biased commentary), then you can listen to live audio commentary from White Hart Lane and endlessly watch the highlights afterwards.

The Reds equivalent, LFC TV, is available to watch free on Sky Channel 429 & Virgin Channel 544 and at LFC TV Online but there’s no live coverage, just an in-game phone-in.

For overseas audiences, below is list of channels showing the match live:


Live Soccer TV: USA, Canada, Europe, South America, Africa, Japan etc

LJ’s Live on Sat: Europe and Africa


Sky Sport 1: NZ


mio Stadium 102: Singapore

Sport 1 Internet TV: Netherlands


GO Sports 3: Malta

i-Cable ch. 202/302: Hong Kong

Sport 1 Select: Netherlands

TrueSport HD2: Thailand

Team news:

Tottenham enforcer Sandro is available despite being carried off during Spurs’ 3-1 win over West Ham on Sunday.

Striker Emmanuel Adebayor remains suspended, while Scott Parker, Benoit Assou-Ekotto and Younes Kaboul remain out.

Liverpool defender Andre Wisdom has recovered from the knee injury which kept him out at the weekend but is expected to be on the bench.

Midfielder Lucas Leiva, who played an hour for the reserves on Friday, will not be involved.

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