Watch Tottenham v Sunderland Live Stream + Premier League Match Online Video of Goals, Highlights and Replay

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Tottenham vs Sunderland Live: watch Mauricio Pochettino inaugurate his efforts to inject Spurs’ top-four bid with fresh life after a heavy home defeat against Liverpool as Tottenham welcome  Gus Poyet’s Sunderland to White Hart Lane on Saturday. Tottenham and Sunderland fans can watch the big match live on TV or on the internet via the live stream accessible through a link provided below. The Tottenham vs Sunderland game is broadcast online on Saturday September 13 2014, at 15.00 p.m. After full time, a comprehensive online replay package of the Tottenham vs Sunderland clash, a video featuring all goals and highlights, will be available to watch here on demand. You can watch Tottenham vs Sunderland live via the stream linked below on all major handheld and laptop devices including smart-phones and tablets.

After opening with an away win against West Ham, and backing that result up by beating QPR heavily at the Lane, Tottenham had fans across the world dreaming that this season may yet yield the Champions League qualification place that so dominates the North London club’s agenda since being exiled from the top-four after Harry Redknapp’s 2012 departure.

A heavy 0-3 home defeat at the hands of Liverpool last time out, though, came as timely reminder to Spurs fans that the Pochettino era is a work in progress and that Tottenham remain some way off consistently achieving the elite-level of performance that is required to reach the Champions League. Sunderland, however, are a team that Spurs need to beat at home if they are to have any realistic chance of breaching the top-four in the coming campaign.

Tottenham vs Sunderland Live Stream

The Tottenham vs Sunderland clash could have a big say on how these two sides fare in the latter stages of the season. The game can be viewed live in the UK, the US, Australia, Canada on NBC Sports , a channel available with subscription to all Sky Digital, UPC Digital, and BT Television customers. For those of you unable to get the game on television, however, you can watch the game live via the high-quality, uninterrupted live stream here.

A few minutes before the Tottenham vs Sunderland match, come back here on TechNews.org in order to find out everything that you need to know about live stream of the game. And, at the end of the match, fans can check back on TechNews.org and enjoy looking back on some of the best moments of Spurs’ 5-1 defeat of Sunderland in the previous Premier League campaign as well as watch back all of the goals and highlights of the most recent Tottenham vs Sunderland clash.

Tottenham vs Sunderland Match Preview

After the morale sapping thrashing to Liverpool at the Lane, Spurs will be determined to return momentum to a potentially promising campaign against a visiting Sunderland side who, while are not pushovers, appear eminently beatable for a team of Spurs’ quality. Poyet’s side have started poorly this season, drawing twice in their opening two games (albeit once against Man Utd) and losing to QPR last time out. Given the ease with which Spurs dispatched QPR, Pochettino will be confident that his boys will have the beating of the Black Cats.

There are, though,  some green shoots of hope for Sunderland in the early weeks of the season. Patrick van Aanholt has settled in at left back, Lee Cattermole has been dominant in midfield, while the signing of sometime Argentine international Ricky Alvarez from Inter Milan on loan has injected some much needed excitement and mystery into Sunderland’s team. 

Tottenham by in large have a full-team to pick from. Eric Dier withdrew from the England U21 squad last week, but the first defender to score in his two first Premier League matches should be fit to start the match on Saturday. Similarly, Danny Rose was taken off against Liverpool last time out for Spurs but has since been away with England and is fit and available.

Mauricio Pochettino will also have to decide if new signings Federico Fazio and Benjamin Stambouli will get their debuts, with the French midfielder perhaps the likelier of the two to get the nod.

Patrick van Aanholt has settled in at left back, Lee Cattermole has been dominant in midfield, while the signing of sometime Argentine international Ricky Alvarez from Inter Milan on loan has injected some much needed excitement and mystery into Sunderland’s team. 

Spurs will likely line up: Lloris, Dier, Kaboul, Vertonghen, Rose, Bentaleb, Capoue, Lamela, Eriksen, Chadli, Adebayor.

Sunderland will probably set-up as follows: Mannone, Vergini, Brown, O’Shea, Van Aanholt, Cattermole, Larsson, Rodwell, Johnson, Alvarez, Fletcher.

Tottenham & Sunderland Game Video of Goals and Highlights

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