What TV channel is Tottenham vs Leicester on? Kick-off time and live stream details


Antonio Conte will be hoping that rumours over his Spurs future will not distract his side as they prepare to take on Leicester at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday afternoon. The Italian has been linked with the Paris Saint-Germain job in recent days following the news that Mauricio Pochettino was likely to leave this summer.

On the pitch, his side will take on a Leicester side who are fresh from a match with another former Spurs boss, following their 1-1 draw against Jose Mourinho’s Roma side in the Europa Conference League on Thursday night. Spurs will be hoping that game will have affected the Foxes’ energy levels for this match as they look to keep the pressure on Arsenal in the race for the Champions League qualification.

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Conte’s side are two points behind their north London rivals with the two clubs set to do battle on May 12 in what could be one of the fiercest north London derbies in many years given what’s at stake. Spurs will be hoping that they can regain some form before then after a draw and a defeat in recent matches against Brighton and Brentford.

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You can find all of the details on how to tune into the clash below:

When and where?

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Sunday, May 1, at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Kick-off time:

14:00 BST

TV channel:

Unfortunately this match will not be broadcast live on TV in the UK, highlights will be available on Match of the Day 2 on Sunday night at 10:30pm.

Live stream details:

This game will not be live streamed in the UK.

If you’re not around to watch the game itself, you can follow all the key moments with football.london. We will have live blogs available throughout the evening with by-the-minute updates of goals, talking points and reactions.

Source by Football London

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