Stream Tottenham Hotspur live: Tottenham Hotspur vs. Everton live
You can stream Tottenham Hotspur live on Sunday with Peacock Premium, in the Spurs vs. Everton season opener.
- When: Sunday, Sept. 13th, 11:30am ET
- Where: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London
- Competition: Premier League
- Streaming Services: Peacock
Tottenham enters its second season under José Mourinho in 2020-21, and if history tells us anything, this will be the year when Spurs break their trophy drought as Mourinho so often does in year two.
Here is everything you need to know to stream Tottenham Hotspur live.
Spurs were in the market for big names like Donny van de Beek and Paulo Dybala, but signed neither as of yet. They did sign Matt Doherty and Pierre-Emile Höjbjerg from within the Premier League. They also made the loan of Giovanni Lo Celso permanent in a $35 million move from Real Betis.
Spurs 2019-20 season in review
Spurs had a traumatic season in 2019-20, coming off of a Champions League Final but being so burnt out the team was playing nothing like itself. This ultimately cost beloved manager Mauricio Pochettino his job, in favor of known mercenary José Mourinho.
The comparison between Mourinho and Poch couldn’t be more stark, with José known for winning trophies and “parking the bus”, and Poch being known for incredible attacking maneuvers while not winning a single trophy in his career so far. Spurs chairman Daniel Levy made a calculated risk when making this switch, sacrificing great entertainment and a close relationship between manager and fans, for a manager known as being cold toward media (and fans) but getting results.
Mourinho salvaged the poor start last season to get Spurs into Europa League Qualifying, which could be useful as a lifeline to the Champions League last season. The success of last season will be determined in the years to come, and whether getting rid of Poch is worth the trophies José may or may not bring.
Preview: Stream Tottenham Hotspur vs. Everton
Spurs start this crucial season against a team built in a similar style, Everton. The Blues have bought a new midfield this summer which may bring the two squads level, and both managers are legends in their own rights who have come to their respective clubs to end long trophy droughts. Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti is known for using whichever schemes best suit his players, and considering José is known for a defensive style, its safe to assume Everton will be on the front foot for most of the match.
The key to this game will be how well José has drilled his players defensively after having a full preseason. You’ll also want to see how Everton’s new midfield signings James Rodríguez, Abdoulaye Doucouré and Allan can mesh in their first game as a unit.
According to the oddsmakers at BetMGM (as of Sept. 10):
- Spurs, -118 (wager $118 to win $100)
- Everton, +333 (wager $100 to win $333)
- Draw, +260
Tottenham Hotspur: Next Match
- at Lokomotiv Plovdiv, Wednesday, Sept. 16th, 12pm ET (UEFA Europa League Second Qualifying Round)
Stream Tottenham Hotspur vs. Everton live: Premier League live streaming
The bulk of Premier League matches air on NBCSN, with NBC and Peacock carrying the remainder. To stream Tottenham Hotspur vs. Everton, you’ll want to order Peacock Premium.
You recently needed NBC Sports Gold to get every single Premier League match on the schedule. Peacock‘s taken over that role now. The NBC-centric streaming service, launched in July, started streaming Premier League matches in the tail end of last season. Get Peacock Premium, and you can get matches that won’t be broadcast on either NBC or NBCSN. (And then you’ll be able to access all that the service offers.)
2020-21 odds to win the EPL
According to BetMGM, as of Sept. 10:
- Manchester City: -143 (bet $143 to win $100)
- Liverpool: +210 (bet $100 to win $210)
- Chelsea: +1000
- Manchester United: +1400
- Arsenal: +4000
- Spurs: +5000
- Wolves: +12500
- Leicester City: +12500
- Leeds United: +15000
- Everton: +20000
Premier League top scorers
The top scorers for the 2019-20 season were:
- Jamie Vardy, Leicester City (23 goals)
- Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Arsenal (22 goals)
- Danny Ings, Southampton (22 goals)
- Raheem Sterling, Manchester City (20 goals)
- Mohamed Salah, Liverpool (19 goals)
Premier League champions
- 2019-20: Liverpool
- 2018-19: Manchester City
- 2017-18: Manchester City
- 2016-17: Chelsea
- 2015-16: Leicester City
- 2014-15: Chelsea
- 2013-14: Manchester City
- 2012-13: Manchester United
- 2011-12: Manchester City
- 2010-11: Manchester United
- 2009-10: Chelsea
- 2008-09: Manchester United
Here’s a complete list of the winners and runner-ups, dating back to the Premier League season in 1992-93.
Spurs Injury Report
Spurs top scorers
(All Competitions, 2019-20 season)
- Harry Kane, 24 goals and 2 assists
- Heung-min Son, 18 goals and 12 assists
- Dele Alli, 9 goals and 6 assists
- Lucas Moura, 7 goals and 5 assists
- Erik Lamela, 4 goals and 6 assists
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