Spurs vs Fulham: When, where, and how to watch the game on TV

The international break is over and it’s right back to domestic duty for Tottenham Hotspur, with a London derby against Fulham to look forward to.

Ange Postecoglous men went into the recent international break at the top of the Premier League table. Six wins and two draws have seen Spurs remain unbeaten so far in the league this term.

The Lilywhites will be looking to put home advantage to good use as they attempt to maintain that unbeaten start and keep their place at the summit. Fulham will be a stern test, however, and have already beaten Spurs once this year, albeit in a Carabao Cup penalty shootout.

Fulham are currently in 12th place in the Premier League table, with 11 points from the first eight games.

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When and where is the Tottenham vs Fulham game?

Tottenham host Fulham at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Monday October 23, in an 8pm BST kick-off.

How to watch Tottenham vs Fulham

You can watch Tottenham vs Fulham on Sky Sports Main Event or Sky Sports Premier League, and there’s also an option to watch on Sky Sports Ultra HDR, as long as you have the relevant subscriptions.

Coverage on Sky Sports will begin at 6:30pm BST with all the build-up to the big game.

Tottenham vs Fulham team news

Spurs are assessing the condition of key players, with Heung-min Son and Cristian Romero both seemingly picking up knocks on international duty. But, the pair should be fit for the Fulham game as per early indications.

Yves Bissouma will definitely not play due to suspension after his red card against Luton Town, which means either Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg or Oliver Skipp will step in.

The good news is, Brennan Johnson should be cleared for a return after his hamstring issue.

For the visitors, Tosin Adarabioyo will be out after undergoing groin surgery, while Kenny Tete and Adama Traore are doubtful. Issa Diop missed part of the previous game against Sheffield United with a foot injury, and is also unlikely to feature against Spurs.

The Spurs Web prediction

We have to come back from the break strong and prove we’ve still got that momentum, and I expect the players to be raring to go. On home turf, and against a Fulham side who are struggling for goals, we should win this one. I’ll go for a 2-0 Spurs victory.

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