Spurs v Sporting Lisbon: how to watch Tottenham’s next Champions League game on TV and live streaming
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Tottenham Hotspur will play host to Portuguese side Sporting Lisbon this week as the first group stages of the UEFA Champions League draw to a close with everything still to play for in Group D. The game, being held at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London, kicks off Wednesday October 26 at 8pm BST.
Spurs are top of the group after four games played but, much like their fellow London rivals Chelsea, have not secured their progression into the next group stage just yet. They sit one point above both their next opponents, Sporting Lisbon and Marseille with two games left to play.
Should Tottenham win their encounter against Sporting Lisbon, the London club would still need to hope that Eintracht Frankfurt either beat or draw against Marseille to assure themselves a place in the next round. But that also means that three teams would be sat on seven points with the final group stage round set to determine who continues in the Champions League, who will drop into the Europa League and who will just go home.
Spurs form in the Premier League has been a little shaky after their strong start to the 2022/2023 season. Spurs found themselves on the losing end of a 2-0 defeat at Manchester United and a 2-1 loss to Newcastle United last weekend although the team still remains in the title hunt, trailing leaders Arsenal by five points but having played one more game than their North London rivals.
Where to catch all the spoils of Tottenham Hotspurs’ quest to repeat their UEFA Champions League performance of 2019, where the team made it to the final only to lose out to fellow Premier League team Liverpool? Londonworld looks at how to watch this week’s game between Spurs and Sporting Lisbon.
Where can I watch Tottenham Hotspur v Sporting Lisbon?
How do I sign up to BT Sport?
BT Sport is available to customers with an existing BT package by the following options:
- The “Big Sport” package, which teams BT Sport channels with Sky’s NOW Sport packages, is available for £41 per month (24 month contract, upfront fee: £39.99)
- BT’s standard “Sport” package, which includes BT Sport 1, 2, 3 and 4, is available for £16.99 per month (24 month contract, upfront fee: £39.99)
- There is also the cheaper BT Sport app, which allows all four BT Sport channels to be streamed on laptops, tablets and smartphones, for £16 per month (24 month contract)
To learn more about how to add BT Sport to existing packages, or to create a new package with the provider, you can visit the dedicated BT Sport page.
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