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Tottenham host London rivals Chelsea in the Premier League looking to continue their great start to the season under Ange Postecoglu and reclaim top spot. Chelsea vs. Tottenham: Free stream, TV, how to watch Premier League soccer today
London rivals face off again in Monday afternoon Premier League action as Chelsea takes on Tottenham Hotspur. Monday’s match will air on TV via USA Network. Fans can watch Premier League soccer for free by signing up for a trial of fuboTV.
Tottenham enters Monday’s match with a chance to vault Man. City for the top spot in the Premier League, currently sitting one point behind the defending champs. Meanwhile, Chelsea is stuck at the lower end of the EPL table, sitting in 13th place with 12 points. However, a win could vault the club up to three spots in the standings.
How to watch Chelsea vs. Tottenham Hotspur | Premier League 2023
What time does the match start? What TV channel will it air on? - Monday’s match will start at 3 p.m. EST from Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England. The match will air on TV via USA Network.
Live stream info: fuboTV | Sling | DirecTV Stream | Peacock - Fans can stream the match on streaming platforms like fuboTV and DirecTV Stream, which offer free trials. Meanwhile, Sling offers one of the cheapest streaming options on the market.
Viewers who have a cable subscription can also watch the match using their login credentials via NBC Sports.
A lot has changed at Tottenham since Mauricio Pochettino was shown the door four years ago this month.
The club is on its fourth different manager since then, for a start.
But by design or sheer luck, Spurs have stumbled across a coach in Ange Postecoglou who has re-energized the club in double quick time and brought the kind of feel-good factor that hasn’t been present since Pochettino’s departure.
Pochettino takes his Chelsea team to Premier League leaders Tottenham on Monday and Postecoglou was quick to acknowledge his predecessor’s “unbelievable impact” in five years at the club.
“All of us in our roles, that is our ultimate goal and ambition that whatever doors we go through, we make an impact and he has had an undeniable impact on this football club in his time here,” the Australian said Thursday. “He almost took the club to the ultimate summit of the Champions League, got close to the league, so his work is unquestioned.”
Postecoglou’s own impact since being hired at the end of last season has defied expectations, with Tottenham undefeated and at the top of the Premier League after 10 games.
He is the first coach to win the Premier League manager of the month award in his first two months in England’s top flight — a feat even Pep Guardiola did not manage. And he could make it a hat trick after being nominated again for October.
Even the most optimistic of Spurs fans could not have hoped for such an impressive start — particularly on the back of a chaotic period post-Pochettino.
Jose Mourinho sparked hope that his pragmatism could bring trophies to a club starved of success, but lasted less than two years.
Nuno Espirito Santo always felt like an underwhelming choice to succeed one of the most successful coaches in modern history and he was promptly fired barely three months into his first season.
Then came the combustible Antonio Conte. Like Mourinho, he was a proven winner. But, like Mourinho, he was also gone in under two years.
After the stability of Pochettino and the joy he spread around the club by leading an exciting team to the Champions League final in 2019, Tottenham was swept up in the turbulent cycle of trying to recapture his magic.
After a revolving door of managers saw the club fail to qualify for Europe for the first time since 2009 last season, fans demanded action.
Postecoglou was the man who under-pressure chairman Daniel Levy turned to. The straight-talking former Australia coach had just won a trophy treble with Celtic in Scotland, but turning Tottenham’s fortunes around had already proved too much for more celebrated managers than him.
And he had to do it without record goal scorer Harry Kane, who was sold to Bayern Munich in the offseason.
Which only makes his achievements so far all the more impressive after winning eight and drawing two of the opening 10 league games, which have included clashes with Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United.
Next up is Pochettino’s Chelsea in a game that will see Tottenham in the rare position of being the favorite against its fierce London rival.
Chelsea has dominated this matchup in recent years. Its loss to Tottenham in February was its first league defeat against Spurs since 2018.
But under Chelsea’s new owners Todd Boehly and Clearlake Capital, the 2021 Champions League winners have undergone a period of major upheaval that saw it record its lowest points total in the Premier League era last season and fail to qualify for Europe. After spending more than $1 billion on new signings, Chelsea still looks set for another disappointing campaign, with qualification for the Champions League unlikely following a run of just three wins in its first 10 league games.
There have at least been some signs of improvement in recent weeks, with Pochettino guiding the team to the quarterfinals of the League Cup on Wednesday.
Monday is likely to be an emotional occasion for the Argentine and a potentially chastening one if Postecoglou’s impressive start at Tottenham is extended with another win.
Mauricio Pochettino returns to north London, now in charge of Spurs’ bitter rivals, though the Blues have stuttered in the early stages of his reign at Stamford Bridge, losing last time out at home to Brentford.
Victory over Blackburn in the Carabao Cup has provided some much-needed confidence, but Spurs will be nicely rested since last Friday’s win at Crystal Palace.
Without Harry Kane, who is enjoying his time at Bayern Munich, Spurs have thrived under their Australian coach, and victory over Chelsea would further boost hopes of an unlikely title challenge.
The leaders of the Premier League Tottenham Hotspur play Chelsea in the Premier League on Monday. Not even the most optimistic of Spurs fans would have believed they would be top of the division after ten games, especially after losing Harry Kane to Bayern Munich last summer.
However, credit must be given to Ange Postecoglou who has turned around their fortunes after Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte both failed to do so.
Spurs are playing some tremendous soccer and this is down to Postecoglou. They are spearheaded by Son Heung-Min who has already scored eight goals and James Maddison who has provided five assists.
Chelsea on the other hand are down in 11th place in the division. They lost to Brentford in their last league game but did manage a win over Blackburn Rovers in the EFL Cup this week.
This game will also see Mauricio Pochettino return to Tottenham. The manager was loved by Spurs fans during his time at the club. He may not have won them a trophy but did come close, taking them to the EFL Cup and Champions League finals.