Where to watch Spurs FA Cup game on Saturday afternoon against Portsmouth on TV in the UK, USA, Canada and other territories.
Spurs turn their attention to the FA Cup on Saturday when they host Portsmouth at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium following a spirit-boosting victory at Crystal Palace.
Spurs, who are currently fifth in the Premier League, beat a weak Palace team 4-0 on Wednesday to get back on track. Harry Kane scored twice in the victory. Spurs will be favoured to defeat their League One opponent now that they are back home.
The League One form of Pompey has been dismal, with no victory in any of their past nine games, but their cup form has been much better recently, with wins against Stevenage and MK Dons in the EFL and FA Cup. They are presently ranked 12th in League One.
Date and kickoff time
Saturday, January 7th, 2023
Kickoff time: 12:30 PM GMT, 1:30 PM CET.
How to watch Tottenham vs Portsmouth on TV and live stream?
The FA Cup game between Spurs and Portsmouth will be available on BBC iPlayer and BBC Red Button in the UK, while US audience can watch it on ESPN+.
UK: BBC iPlayer
Canada: Sportsnet Now Plus
India: Sony LIV
Nigeria: SuperSport Premier League Nigeria
South Africa: SuperSport Premier League
Richarlison, Lucas Moura, and Dejan Kulusevski are still sidelined for Tottenham.
After serving a one-game suspension, Yves Bissouma will return, and there may also be many more changes.
Marlon Pack, a seasoned midfielder for the visitors, was sent off for two bookable offenses during the loss to Charlton.
It is uncertain whether Clark Robertson, the team’s captain, will recover from a hip injury in time to make the team for this game.
Tottenham Hotspur’s current form:
W, D, D, L, W
Portsmouth current form:
W, L, D, D, L
Tottenham Hotspur’s possible starting lineup:
Forster; Tanganga, Sanchez, Davies; Spence, Bissouma, Sarr, Sessegnon; Gil, Kane, Son
Portsmouth’s possible starting lineup:
Griffiths; Swanson, Raggett, Morrison, Ogilvie; Hackett, Morrell, Mingi; Koroma, Pigott, Jacobs
Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Portsmouth
Portsmouth may set up defensively to frustrate Tottenham, but such efforts should prove fruitless. The new manager’s bounce is not expected to make a difference for this Portsmouth side.