Tottenham vs Everton: How to watch Premier League clash on TV, live stream and kick off time

Tottenham will be looking to keep up with pace setters Arsenal as the take on Frank Lampard’s Everton in the Premier League
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Tottenham are set to welcome Everton to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in the Premier league this weekend.

Spurs are fresh off of a great 1-0 away win against Brighton, where a Harry Kane goal was enough to seal all three points.

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Meanwhile, Everton suffered a home defeat to Manchester United, with Cristiano Ronaldo’s 700th club goal proving to be the winner.

That win for Spurs keeps them firmly in the title race, with the side sitting third, three points off of Manchester City, and four off of fierce rivals Arsenal.

Despite the loss, Everton have enjoyed a better start to this season than last, where they almost got relegated.

When is kick-off?

Tottenham v Everton is the late kick off on Saturday night, and will kick off at 5:30pm on Saturday, October 15.

Can I watch the game on TV?

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Yes. The Saturday evening games are usually picked up by Sky Sports, who will be airing this game.

How to sign up to Sky Sports

One way to watch the game on Sky Sports this Saturday is through NOW TV. You can choose from two options.

One option is their day and mobile membership. This one-off payment currently costs £11.98 and it gives you access to Sky Sports for 24 hours and you will Receive a 9-month Mobile Month Membership within 10 working days.

Another option via NOW TV is a monthly subscription. This is available for the discounted price of £25 per month down from £33.99 a month, and you can get Unlimited access to all 11 Sky Sports channels, Over 1000 hours of highlights and documentaries on-demand and more.

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If you’re a Sky + or Sky Q customer you can get access to Sky Sports via the 2 for 1 football offer. This costs an extra £18 a month and gives you access to all Sky Sports football games.

Sky + or Sky Q customers can also get the Complete Sky Sports Package. This gives you All eight Sky Sports channels, including Premier League, F1 & more, for an extra £25 a month.

For non-Sky customers, you can purchase a package consisting of all Sky Sports channels and much more, with Sky TV & Netflix. This costs £46 a month down from £51, for 18 months and costs £20 to set up.

Can I live stream the game?

People with a Sky Sports subscription can watch the game on console, mobile, tablet or laptop on Sky Go.

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