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Royal Antwerp vs Tottenham FREE: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news for Europa League clash

TOTTENHAM are back in Europa League action as they face Belgian side Royal Antwerp in Group J.

Jose Mourinho's men got off to the perfect start last week, comfortably seeing off LASK 3-0 in North London to top the early standings.

The home side will be no pushovers however and are currently enjoying a superb run of form with five-straight wins in all competitions.

When is Royal Antwerp vs Tottenham?

Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?

You can catch this game live on BT Sport 2 here in the UK.

Coverage begins at 5.30pm.

If you're a BT Sport customer, download the BT Sport app to stream on a number of devices.

EE phone customers can watch the action for FREE - and catch the remainder of the group stages too.

Simply text SPORT to 150 for a free three-month trial to BT Sport mobile, which supports casting to your Smart TV.

Can I listen on radio?

Commentary of the match will be live on talkSPORT2.

Click here to listen in.

What is the team news?

Dele Alli didn't travel with the squad for their Monday night clash with Burnley but could return on the bench here.

Gareth Bale was himself part of the subs in that win at Turf Moor and is expected to start, as he did against LASK.

Erik Lamela is also set to feature, with Mourinho preparing to ring the changes as Spurs deal with a congested fixture list.

Former Man Utd defender Ritchie De Laet is set to feature for the home side who have no fresh injury concerns.

Match odds

*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.

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