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What Irish TV channel is Marseille v Spurs on? Time team new
2022-11-27 | อ่าน

TOTTENHAM are back in Champions League action this week.

Heres everything you need to know about their clash with Marseille:

The match kicks-off at 8pm on Tuesday November 1 at the Stade Velodrome in Marseille.

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What Irish TV channel is showing the game live?

BT Sport are showing the match live - with their coverage starting at 7pm on BT Sport 2.

Now TV subscribers can also view the match with the relevant subscription.

Fans in Ireland can also watch the game via the LiveScore app.

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Neither side has named their team yet but when they do - you ll be able to get all the info here.

Spursare favourites for this one at 11/8 with Marseille out at 15/8.

Tottenham top the group on eight points with Sporting Lisbon and Eintracht Frankfurt on seven points with Marseille a further point behind.

That means any of the four teams could qualify for the knock-out stages ahead of Tuesdays matches.

Spurs go into the game after a superb, last-minute 3-2 win over Bournemouth at the weekend and currently sit third in the Premier League.

Marseille drew 2-2 with Strasbourg and sit fifth in Ligue 1 - 11 points of leaders PSG after 11 games.

Spurs won 2-0 when the sides met in London earlier this season.

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