Tottenham vs. Liverpool Live Stream: Online Viewing Info for EPL Match
If you're looking to catch the Tottenham and Liverpool match online as they battle to try and climb the EPL table, you've come to the right place.
No, this isn't another illegal stream that will blow up your picture with endless ads. This is the legit, real broadcast.
How can we do this, you ask? Simple. Just give you the link to online broadcast, as ESPN is carrying the game on ESPN3.com.
Where: White Hart Lane, London
When: Wednesday, November 28 at 2:40 p.m. ET
Live Stream: ESPN3.com
This should be a fun match. These are two solid teams, but they have struggled for consistency. Tottenham has been a tad more consistent as they have a four-point edge on the Reds, but Liverpool could close that gap in a hurry if they can go into White Hart Lane and steal a win.
To do that Liverpool will have to score some goals, and this has been a problem most of the year. Last match, they were shut out against Swansea City, which was especially disappointing given that it looked like their offense was turning things around.
They scored five goals combined in their two previous matches. It is now time for them to show if that was a fluke, or signs of improvement.
Meanwhile, Tottenham will be coming in with a bit of momentum gained with a 3-1 over West Ham last time on the pitch, but they were 0-1-2 in the three matches leading up to that one and were outscored by a combined score of 7-3.
This match is likely going to come down to which star can do more for his team. Jermain Defoe has been playing great all year, and he scored twice his last time on the pitch against West Ham.
On the other side, Luis Suarez is turning in an excellent campaign. He leads the EPL by having already tallied 10 goals on the season.
Both defenses will be keying on these guys, which means they will either have to break them down for scores themselves or open things up for their teammates.
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