Tottenham Hotspur vs Southampton Live Stream: Premier League, TV Channels, How to Watch Online, Time, Odds

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Spirits are high in London as things couldn’t be more different than they were this time last year. For now are the managerial worries surrounding the team as it headed into its final season with Antonio Conte at the helm and everyone lined up to bring his vision to life. There’s always a slight concern that Conte might drop out when things don’t go well, but at this point it’s up to the players on the pitch. Conte has been backed widely with Spurs having made six additions so far. Richardson but can be banned from the game Ivan Perisic could make his debut on the day as Conte looks to even things out in the Premier League and Champions League by having a deeper squad at his disposal.

With so much new, it seems like a good time southampton to make a trip to face Spurs, but with Conte having the same line-up available that ended last season, he can take time off the signings to go to bed if he wants. That should be a cause for concern for Ralph Hasenhüttl as Southampton have seen massive turnovers this summer.

The team have returned to their youth development roots, but are now approaching the system Red Bull Hasenhüttl was accustomed to, buying the best available youth from elsewhere rather than solely relying on academy production. Southampton have made five signings and only Joe Airbo is over 20 years old. This could bode well for the future, but in a battle between youth and experience, an early Spurs goal could see the game spiral out of control.

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How to see and odds

  • date: Saturday 6 August | time: 10 p.m. ET
  • location: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – London, England
  • TV/live stream: peacock
  • Opportunities: spores -280; Draw +400; Southampton +750 (via Caesars Sportsbook)

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Spurs: Richarlison will miss the game due to suspension, leaving Tottenham fans to wait at least one more game for his full debut. Oliver Skip was ruled out due to complications related to a broken foot. signing Yves Bissouma will also be a late fitness test due to a hamstring injury that Conte could see rolling out with midfield Pierre Emile Hojbjerg and Rodrigo Bentancur, who helped qualify for the Champions League last season. Matt Doherty and Perisic must not be risked from the outset what would be seen Ryan Sessegnon and emerson Royal deputy as a full-back.

Southampton: Hasenhüttl has most of the team available Valentino Livermento as the only long-term absentee. Theo Walcott is also excluded Nathan Tell but all others are available. It’s hard trying to predict Southampton’s line-up as outside James Ward-ProwseMohamed Salisu and Kyle Walker-Peters, anyone could start or sit and it wouldn’t be particularly surprising. Hasenhüttl will hope that Conte will find it difficult to prepare for the match.


Spurs have far too much quality to succumb to Southampton on the opening day of the season. They certainly have to do a professional job, but there’s no one on the Saints who can contain them Harry Kane and Heung Min son. Choose: Spurs 3, Southampton 1

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