Tottenham vs Marseille: TV channel, live stream, team news and kick-off time for TONIGHT’S Champions League clash

    ANTONIO CONTE’S Tottenham begin their Champions League charge against Marseille TONIGHT.

    Spurs are back in Europe’s top competition after a two-year absence.

    Antonio Conte's Spurs have started the season strongly

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    Antonio Conte’s Spurs have started the season strongly

    Conte’s side are in Group D alongside Marseille, Eintracht Frankfurt and Sporting Lisbon.

    Tottenham reached the final in 2019 – losing to Liverpool in Madrid – but failed to qualify for the Champions League in the last two seasons.

    They had one Europa League run and then were booted out of the Conference League last year after being hit with Covid.

    However, Arsenal’s slip-ups at the end of last season saw them sneak into fourth and claim a place at Europe’s top table.

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    When is Tottenham vs Marseille?

    Tottenham vs Marseille takes place TONIGHT – Wednesday, September 7.

    The Champions League match kicks off at 8pm BST.

    Spurs’ Tottenham Hotspur Stadium plays host.

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    What TV channel and live stream is Tottenham vs Marseille on?

    Tottenham vs Marseille will be broadcast live on BT Sport 3.

    BT Sport begin their coverage at 7.15pm.

    Ex-Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez plays for Marseille

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    Ex-Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez plays for Marseille

    What is the team news?

    Conte was given a big boost with Cristian Romero and Rodrigo Bentancur returning in the weekend’s victory over Fulham.

    Lucas Moura and Bryan Gil are Spurs’ only two injury worries for the Champions League clash this week.

    What are the odds?

    Tottenham to win: 4/9

    Draw: 7/2

    Marseille to win: 11/2

    Odds via Betfair at the time of publication

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