Bournemouth vs Tottenham is tonight’s early kick-off in the Premier League. Bournemouth are fighting tooth and nail for league survival, while Spurs are seemingly losing their grip on any chance of European qualification. Our guide tells you everything you need to know to stream the game tonight for free.
Bournemouth vs Tottenham kick-off time
The game gets underway at 6pm BST at The Vitality Stadium.
How to watch Bournemouth vs Tottenham in the UK
The game is available to Sky customers on Sky One, Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Ultra HD and for free on Sky Pick.
If you’re not a Sky Sports customer, you can tune into Pick on Freeview, Freesat, Virgin Media, or through a Sky box. The Pick channel is also available to watch via the Freeview Play app for iOS and Android, but these are the channel numbers:
Freeview: Channel 11
Freesat: Channel 147
Sky: Channel 159
Virgin Media: Channel 165
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Bournemouth vs Tottenham match preview
It’s crunch time for Bournemouth. The Cherries sit in 19th, four points into the drop zone and have lost all four of their games since the restart. They need a change in their fortunes and their form if they’re to survive in the league.
However, Eddie Howe’s Cherries will take some hope from Tottenham’s patchy recent form. Spurs have one loss and one win in their last two outings – notably suffering a 3-1 loss to Sheffield United at the start of the month.
An embarrassing on-field bust-up between Son Heung-min and Hugo Lloris dominated the headlines for Spurs when they beat Everton last time out and they’ll be hoping that the two have reconciled their differences ahead of tonight’s fixture. They’re both key players for Tottenham.
Despite their own poor form and the recent bust-up between stars, Tottenham will go into the match as heavy favourites.
It seems Bournemouth’s time in the Premier League may be coming to an end, but they’ll hope to capitalise on a stuttering Spurs side and gain some points that could save their season. Can they force an upset? It’s well worth tuning in for free on Sky Pick to find out.