Spurs v Sevilla – How to watch live, team news and kick-off time for pre-season friendly

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Tottenham Hotspur take to the field in their second match of their pre-season tour of South Korea tomorrow when they take on Spanish side Sevilla.

The match at the Suwon World Cup Stadium will give Antonio Conte another chance to cast his eye over his side following their 6-3 victory against Team K-League on Wednesday.

Tottenham round off their trip to Asia against the La Liga outfit and will head back to London on Sunday before making the journey north to face Rangers in Glasgow next weekend.

What TV channel is Tottenham v Sevilla being broadcast on?

  • The match is being shown live on SpursPlay, Tottenham’s new live and on-demand video service and is not being broadcast live on television in the UK.
  • Coverage will begin at 11:45am BST on SpursPlay, 15 minutes prior to kick-off.

When and where will the match take place?

  • Spurs v Sevilla takes place tomorrow with kick-off at 12pm UK time (8pm local time)
  • The fixture is being held at the Suwon World Cup Stadium which holds around 44,000 spectators

What is the team news?

  • Recent signings Fraser Forster and Yves Bissouma will miss the match after contracting Covid, with the pair currently isolating at the club hotel (Alasdair Gold).
  • Ben Davies and Dejan Kulusevski are available to play, while Ivan Perisic is still stepping up his recovery from a calf issue (Football.London).
  • New signing Clement Lenglet will also not feature after he joined the club too late to be part of the tour
  • Joe Rodon was unwell to travel, while Giovani Lo Celso, Tanguy Ndombele, Harry Winks and Sergio Reguilon were all left behind in London.
  • Former Spurs player Erik Lamela could be set to face his old side for the first time since joining Sevilla a year ago

To watch the game, simply click here to sign up and follow the on-screen instructions

SpursWeb Opinion

The pre-season tour of South Korea has given fans in Asia a chance to see their heroes up close and personal and allows the club to help build their brand exposure, something they have not been able to do with an overseas trip since the start of the Covid pandemic.

Sevilla will represent a step up in quality from Team K-League and it will certainly be worth watching, purely to see Erik Lamela in action once again.

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