Tottenham vs Liverpool score, result, analysis as nine-man Reds given PGMOL apology after Premier League loss

Joel Matip’s last-gasp own goal handed Liverpool their first Premier League defeat in almost six months and denied the Reds top spot in a dramatic encounter at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Defender Matip sliced in Pedro Porro’s hopeful cross five minutes into second-half added time to end the visitors’ resistance after they had spent 26 minutes with two fewer players, sending Tottenham second as Ange Postecoglou’s transformed side continued their unbeaten seven-game start to the season.

Curtis Jones’ dismissal for a late challenge on Yves Bissouma during the first half, upgraded from a yellow card following a VAR review and pitchside monitor check by referee Simon Hooper, allowed Spurs to seize the momentum, taking the lead when Son Heung-min tapped in Richarlison’s cross for his fifth goal in six appearances against Liverpool.

Tottenham vs Liverpool result

  Result Goal scorers
Tottenham 2 Son Heung-min (36), Joel Matip own goal (90 +6)
Liverpool 1 Cody Gakpo (45 +4)

Luis Diaz had a goal questionably ruled out for offside shortly before Son’s opener and Richarlison’s shot stuck a post for Spurs shortly before Cody Gakpo turned to fire in the equaliser in first-half added time.

Gakpo immediately signalled that he had hurt his knee and was replaced by Diogo Jota at halftime, but the Portugal international had been involved for less than 25 minutes when he was sent off for two yellow cards inside 90 seconds, fouling Destiny Udogie both times.

Tottenham, who had a Son strike ruled out 15 minutes after the restart, used their increased advantage to press on in search of ending their 11-game winless run in the fixture, but Liverpool defended resiliently and even fashioned chances of their own, Virgil van Dijk sending a free header wide from a corner.

Just when a succession of Spurs attacks looked likely to result in little more than a sense of two points dropped, the unfortunate Matip produced a finish that the impressive Alisson could not stop, beating the goalkeeper to end his side’s 17-match unbeaten Premier League run.

Manchester City’s surprise defeat at Wolves earlier on Saturday means that Tottenham will be a point behind the leaders when Postecoglou’s side travel to Luton Town on October 7. Fourth-placed Liverpool visit Belgian team Union Saint-Gilloise in the Uefa Europa League group stage on Thursday and are away at Brighton & Hove Albion four days later.

Ange Postecoglou continues unbeaten start at Spurs

The abundant optimism that has defined the start of Postecoglou’s reign was apparent again before the start of a contest that was always likely to be an eventful, high-intensity spectacle between two in-form teams.

Guglielmo Vicario was called into action twice in quick succession early on, palming the ball away when Gakpo and Andy Robertson both smacked shots towards the home goalkeeper’s near post.

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Jones seemed surprised to have been booked when he went in late on Bissouma’s ankle, leaving the midfielder needing treatment for several minutes either side of the perpetrator’s red card.

Jurgen Klopp appeared to show his support for Jones as the 22-year-old made his way off, but Jota’s subsequent departure means Liverpool have broken their record for the most red cards they have received in a season – this was their fourth of 2023/24 – before September has finished.

Against the often-unambitious Tottenham teams of previous managers Antonio Conte and Jose Mourinho, having an extra man to cover might not have been such a worry for opponents – but Spurs’ expansive approach under Postecoglou means they are far better poised to capitalise on a numerical advantage.

They were almost left with a result to rue, though, struggling to solve the riddle of Liverpool’s narrow defending and willingness to throw themselves at crosses in pursuit of what would have been a memorable point in the circumstances.

Alisson made exceptional saves from a long-range James Maddison curler and a powerful Son effort early in the second half, and the goalkeeper must have sensed he had done enough when he was booked for timewasting deep into added time.

Under Postecoglou, though, Tottenham are a different proposition, highlighted by their continuation of a run featuring at least two goals in all seven league games he has presided over.

Their method of victory was fortunate and their attacking precision left plenty to be desired during the closing stages, but this was the latest sign that the spirit, determination and boldness the Premier League newcomer has instilled them with can turn them into contenders again.

PGMOL apologises to Liverpool for VAR decision against Spurs

Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL), which is in charge of elite refereeing in England, apologised to Liverpool after the game for a “significant human error” when Luis Diaz’s clinical finish was ruled out.

“This was a clear and obvious factual error and should have resulted in the goal being awarded,” PGMOL said in a statement about VAR Darren England’s decision. “However, the VAR failed to intervene.”

Images circulating on social media appeared to show that lines had not been drawn by England to decide whether Luis Diaz was in line or beyond the final defender at the time he made his run.

PGMOL promised a full review and said it would “immediately” contact the club to “acknowledge” the error, which is the latest to take place following a string of apologies issued to sides in 2022/23.

Klopp said Liverpool’s disallowed goal was “never” offside and bemoaned how the game had been “opened up” by the disciplinary decisions.

“At halftime, the first thing you hear is that they drew the lines wrongly,” he told Sky Sports, coming to terms with two more suspensions and the end of the longest unbeaten run in the division by seven games, which had begun after Liverpool’s loss to Manchester City on April 1.

“Somebody opened the smartphone and – I don’t know, on Twitter or Instagram or wherever – someone had put it on. It’s clear: they didn’t draw the lines correctly and they didn’t judge the moment when Mo [Salah] passed the ball.

“I’m pretty sure people will speak about it. It’s just so difficult to deal with. Imagine your heart rate is 160, 170, 180, and then you see that.”

The Sporting News followed Tottenham vs Liverpool in the Premier League live, providing score updates, commentary, and highlights as they happened.

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Starting lineups:

Tottenham (4-2-3-1): 13. Vicario (GK) – Udogie, Van de Ven, Romero, Porro – Bissouma, Sarr – Son, Maddison, Kulusevski – Richarlison

Liverpool (4-3-3): Alisson (GK) — Robertson, Matip, Van Dijk, Gomez — Szoboszlai, Jones, Mac Allister — Salah, Diaz, Gakpo

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Tottenham vs Liverpool live updates, highlights, and commentary

Fulltime: Tottenham 2-1 Liverpool

Tottenham move second in the Premier League with a last-gasp winner against nine-man Liverpool!

Cruel on Joel Matip, who sliced Pedro Porro’s hopeful cross into the roof of his own net with almost the last kick of the game. Liverpool had done exceptionally well with two fewer players but it’s not enough – and the relief is unconfined among the home fans and players as Spurs’ unbeaten start continues in memorable style!

90 +6 mins: GOAL – Tottenham 2-1 Liverpool (Joel Matip own goal)

Tottenham have done it at the last! Incredible!

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90 +5 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson is booked for timewasting. His side are closing in on a memorable point. They win a freekick beyond the halfway line.

Andy Robertson floats it towards Ryan Gravenberch, who tries to reach the corner flag but is dispossessed.

90 +4 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg takes aim from an outlandish distance. The block returns the ball to Spurs. Dejan Kulusevski floats a cross out of play from the edge of the box. Ange Postecoglou doesn’t look best pleased.

90 +3 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Pedro Porro swings in another delivery from the right. Joel Matip heads it away. Tottenham continue to press around the fringes of the Liverpool penalty area.

90 +2 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Ibrahima Konate ducks under Pedro Porro’s cross, which reaches Richarlison at the far post. The striker can only nod the ball into Alisson’s arms.

90 +1 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Six minutes of added time are being player. There’s certainly time for a decisive moment of drama.

89 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Now Cristian Romero is booked for stopping Ryan Gravenberch as the substitute tries to race away from his own penalty area.

Two changes for Spurs: James Maddison and Yves Bissouma make way for Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and 20-year-old Argentinian Alejo Veliz.

87 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Yves Bissouma is booked for the fourth time this season, on this occasion for kicking the ball away.

Trent Alexander-Arnold whips in a cross from the free-kick on the right. Spurs goalkeeper Guglielmo Vicario claims.

84 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Tottenham manager Ange Postecoglou looks deep in concentration. For all the usual disclaimers about depleted teams making it hard for their opponents, Spurs will surely regret it if they don’t capitalise here.

81 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Another Liverpool substitution. Alexis Mac Allister is on a yellow card.

78 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

That red card for Diogo Jota means Liverpool have beaten their previous record for the most players they have had sent off in a Premier League season, with four by the end of September.

75 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

It says plenty about this game that Liverpool still fashion a good chance despite being at a two-player disadvantage.

Virgil van Dijk makes a good run to meet a corner with a free header, which he guides high over the crossbar.

As much as Tottenham will feel this is a missed opportunity should they not win, their opponents have clearly not given up hope of potentially securing more than a point.

72 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Liverpool make three changes: Mohamed Salah, Joe Gomez and Luis Diaz are replaced by Ibrahima Konate, Wataru Endo and Trent Alexander-Arnold.

Three defensive players on, unsurprisingly.

69 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Diogo Jota is sent off! Liverpool have nine players!

It hasn’t been the wisest performance by the Portugal international during his 24 minutes on the pitch. This late challenge on Destiny Udogie comes 90 seconds after his first booking for fouling the defender.

Tottenham have more than 20 minutes with a two-player advantage.

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68 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Diogo Jota is booked for clipping Destiny Udogie as the Tottenham defender charges forward.

Son Heung-min is replaced by Manor Solomon for Tottenham. Another productive performance from the Spurs forward, the highlight being that neat finish for their goal.

66 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Andy Robertson and Joel Matip put themselves in the way of deliveries. Backs-to-the-wall fare from Liverpool, with Robertson appearing to be still aggrieved at Curtis Jones’ first-half dismissal, by the look of what he’s telling Simon Hooper.

64 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Joel Matip slides in on James Maddison unlawfully. Another cross for Liverpool to defend. Maddison steps up to take it from the left channel.

61 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Can Tottenham find a way through?

60 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Another twist: Son Heung-min has the ball in the net – but it’s ruled out.

58 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Tottenham put together a quick break on the left, culminating in Pape Matar Sarr taking aim from a considerable distance out.

It would have taken an extraordinary effort to have scored from there. Not the best use of the opportunity to create trouble. Alisson gathers.

55 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Liverpool are struggling to escape their half but Diogo Jota wins them some much-needed breathing space after he’s adjudged to have been fouled by Yves Bissouma on the halfway line.

The Reds try to release Mohamed Salah with a long ball but Spurs win possession back easily.

52 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Another excellent save from Alisson! Son Heung-min shows accomplished technique to control the ball and fire in a shot from a central position.

Alisson tips it over the crossbar with two hands.

51 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Dejan Kulusevski leaves Joe Gomez on the floor with a turn near the penalty area on the right. Spurs are pushing.

50 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Yves Bissouma bustles forward and is checked by Diogo Jota. James Maddison has a chance to swing a delivery in, and Liverpool clear for now.

49 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Whoosh! James Maddison curls an exquisite strike towards the far corner of Alisson’s net from just outside the penalty area.

The goalkeeper reacts brilliantly, hurling himself at the ball and fingertipping it away.

48 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Virgil van Dijk looks like he’ll be busy during this half. The centre-back blocks a Son Heung-min shot from inside the penalty area as Spurs continue to attack.

47 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Pape Matar Sarr tries a cross from the right. Virgil van Dijk deals with the delivery. No chances yet during the opening two minutes of the half.

46 mins: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Liverpool make a change: Cody Gakpo appeared to hurt his knee when he struck just before halftime, so it’s not a surprise to see the Netherlands international replaced by Diogo Jota.

The visitors retain their attacking intent despite being down to 10 players.

Halftime: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

There’s one last chance before the whistle blows: Mohamed Salah threads a glorious low pass towards Luis Diaz inside the penalty area, who stretches but can only guide the delivery wide of a post.

Some half, that was. Liverpool bossed the early chances, then the momentum swung Tottenham’s way after Curtis Jones was sent off.

Son Heung-min made their pressure count by slotting in from Richarlison’s cross. But just when Liverpool looked against the ropes, a fine finish from Cody Gakpo just before the interval drew them level!

45 mins +5: Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Roll out all the cliches about a good time to score: Jurgen Klopp’s halftime teamtalk might be transformed by that goal, which Cody Gakpo twisted to fire in precisely after collecting a header from Virgil van Dijk at the far post.

There is a note of concern for Liverpool, though: Cody Gakpo’s immediate reaction among the celebrations was to signal pain in his knee. He looks OK for now.

45 mins +4: GOAL – Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool (Cody Gakpo)

Liverpool reply!

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45 mins +1: Tottenham 1-0 Liverpool

There will be six minutes of added time – mainly because of the time Yves Bissouma required for treatment following the challenge by Curtis Jones that reduced Liverpool to 10 players.

43 mins: Tottenham 1-0 Liverpool

Richarlison cracks in a low shot from inside the box on the left, hitting the far post!

Tottenham players were queueing up to hit that one, Dejan Kulusevski among them. Liverpool might be happy to make it to halftime without conceding again. 

40 mins: Tottenham 1-0 Liverpool

More unwanted news for Liverpool: Alexis Mac Allister is booked for a challenge on Son.

Those choruses from the home fans are loud again, as well they might be.

37 mins: Tottenham 1-0 Liverpool

Liverpool’s hopes of going top tonight look precarious now. Richarlison escaped on the left and set that goal up with a searching low ball, Joe Gomez failing to effectively track Son’s run.

The South Korea captain arrived with perfect timing to slot a finish with the inside of his boot past Alisson. Tottenham take the lead!

36 mins: GOAL – Tottenham 1-0 Liverpool (Son Heung-min)

In-form Son has his sixth career goal against Liverpool with a tap-in!

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34 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Liverpool

Liverpool have the ball in the net with a clinical finish from Luis Diaz, who finds the far corner of the net from inside the box on the right!

It doesn’t count, though. An offside is called.

33 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Liverpool

Tottenham are enjoying themselves. Richarlison enters the penalty area and crashes a shot over the crossbar.

31 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Liverpool

No surprise that the team with the player advantage has the next chance: James Maddison races through the centre and sends in a rising shot.

Alisson claims it comfortably, although he manages to pull off a dive for the cameras in order to do so. Salmon-like.

28 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Liverpool

Liverpool’s three red cards in the Premier League this season is their most in a single campaign in the competition since 2015-16, when they finished on three.

26 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Liverpool

Curtis Jones is sent off! Liverpool are down to 10 men as Simon Hooper upgrades the card from yellow to red following a pitchside monitor check.

You don’t need me to tell you what visiting manager Jurgen Klopp makes of that. He gives Jones a supportive pat as the midfielder makes way. What effect will it have on the game? Liverpool have been dominating in terms of chances.

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25 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Liverpool

Curtis Jones is exasperated after being booked for leaving his foot in on Yves Bissouma when challenging for the ball.

It could get worse for the Liverpool midfielder. A VAR review has been ordered. Simon Hooper jogs over to take a look.

23 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Liverpool

There’s no-one in a dangerous position for Liverpool when Mohamed Salah attempts a cross from the right. They’ll be much happier with how the first quarter of this game has gone, though.

22 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Liverpool

Mohamed Salah wants a corner after trying what looks like an improvised effort with the outside of his foot from beyond the penalty area in a central position.

The ball loops up and harmlessly away. Tricky to tell whether that took a touch on its way, but Salah’s appeal isn’t successful.

20 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Liverpool

Pape Matar Sarr intervenes quickly and athletically to divert an attempted Curtis Jones shot behind on that same left side of the penalty area where Liverpool went close twice in quick succession a little earlier.

That was part of a flowing, one-touch Liverpool move including a terrific first-time pass from Mohamed Salah to release Dominik Szoboszlai, allowing the receipient to set up the danger with a low cross from the right.

18 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Liverpool

Tottenham manager Ange Postecoglou half-heartedly raises both hands to appeal for a penalty as Virgil van Dijk is accused of meeting a cross with an arm inside his own penalty area.

Postecoglou’s level of belief in his cause probably reflects how likely that was to be awarded. James Maddison takes the ensuing corner, and Alexis Mac Allister retrieves the ball inside his own penalty area.

15 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Liverpool

Tottenham’s xG (expected goals) is currently 0.03. Liverpool’s is 0.25. The Reds have had four of the five attempts at goal.

13 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Liverpool

Marvellous double save! Liverpool break at speed, Andy Robertson finding Cody Gakpo at the near post, who takes a touch and sends a shot off the turf and towards goal.

Guglielmo Vicario doesn’t have much notice but is equal to it, springing to his right to palm the ball away. It sits up for Robertson, who smashes a shot towards that same near post, and Vicario beats the effort away again.

11 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Liverpool

Close! Maddison releases Richarlison on the left, who whips a low delivery across the face of goal in search of Dejan Kulusevski at the back post.

Andy Robertson has the awareness and presence of mind to allow the ball to run past him, shielding the ball behind rather than taking a touch that might have risked an own goal. Smart attacking and defending.

8 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Liverpool

Dejan Kulusevski receives a short pass from James Maddison and charges into the Liverpool penalty area from the right, taking on Andy Robertson.

Virgil van Dijk stands tall and blocks the Sweden international’s low drive.

6 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Liverpool

Destiny Udogie combines with Richarlison during an adventurous run along the left, entering the penalty area but taking the ball out of play before hooking a cross back into the penalty area.

No shortage of defenders willing to advance high up the pitch in this one.

4 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Liverpool

Alexis Mac Allister thunders an effort well wide from Liverpool’s corner on the right. Plenty of attacking intent early on, as you’d expect.

3 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Liverpool

First shot of the game! Mohamed Salah controls the ball neatly, cuts inside and rolls the ball to Luis Diaz inside the penalty area in a central position, whose shot is alertly blocked behind by Pedro Porro.

2 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Liverpool

Liverpool now try to create danger on the right, then play the ball all the way back to Alisson, who begins a succession of passes at the back.

Andy Robertson beats Pedro Porro and Cristian Romero to draw almost level with the Tottenham penalty area on the left, but doesn’t succeed with an attempted cross.

1 min: Tottenham 0-0 Liverpool

Tottenham keep the ball patiently inside their own half during the first minute, then create an attack through a diagonal run through the centre.

Joel Matip repels Spurs’ cross. This is a promisingly lively start.

1 mins to KO: Crikey. A live trumpeter is playing a rendition of ‘Oh when the Spurs go marching in*’. The home fans are singing along. Stirring stuff.

*may not be the original name of the song

15 mins to KO: Warm-up time! Here’s how Tottenham’s James Maddison looked a little earlier.

Spurs have scored at least two goals in each of their six Premier League games under Ange Postecoglou. The England midfielder could play an important role in their attempts to do so again today.

35 mins to KO: Excellent news for Liverpool: Hwang Hee-chan’s winner means Wolves have beaten Manchester City 2-1 at Molineux.

That means the Reds will go top if they win here. Spurs, meanwhile, will be a point behind City in second if they win.

55 mins to KO: Cody Gakpo, who scored in Liverpool’s win over Leicester in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday, starts, as does Joe Gomez.

Trent Alexander-Arnold, who has been recovering from an injury, is on the bench.

(4-3-3): Alisson (GK) — Robertson, Matip, Van Dijk, Gomez — Szoboszlai, Jones, Mac Allister — Salah, Diaz, Gakpo

1 hour to KO: Team news! Richarlison comes in for Tottenham, replacing the injured Brennan Johnson.

(4-2-3-1): Vicario (GK) – Udogie, Van de Ven, Romero, Porro – Bissouma, Sarr – Son, Maddison, Kulusevski – Richarlison

1 hour 20 mins to KO: Son Heung-min has scored five goals in his last three Premier League appearances, which is as many as he managed in his previous 17.

All five have come away from home, though; the Spurs forward is goalless in his last four Premier League games at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

1 hour 40 mins to KO: Promising news from today’s 3 pm BST kickoffs for Liverpool: leaders Manchester City are 1-0 behind at halftime at Wolves.

Should City lose, Liverpool can move a point above them with victory. A three-goal win would also send the Reds top if the reigning champions draw.

Elsewhere, you can follow the action live from Manchester United vs Crystal Palace with the excellent Joe Wright, who’s covering the game from Old Trafford.

2 hours to KO: Hello and welcome to The Sporting News’ coverage of Tottenham vs Liverpool as second visits fourth in the Premier League!

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Tottenham vs Liverpool lineups, team news

Key Spurs duo James Maddison and Son Heung-min started butBrennan Johnson was out injured, Richarlison replacing the Wales international in attack.

Tottenham lineup (4-2-3-1, right to left): Vicario (GK) — Porro, Romero, Van de Ven, Udogie — Sarr, Bissouma — Kulusevski, Maddison, Solomon — Son

Tottenham subs: Forster, Skipp, Hojlbjerg, Emerson Royal, Solomon, Davies, Phillips, Veliz, Donley.

England international Trent Alexander-Arnold was back in the Liverpool squad but only fit for the bench, with Joe Gomez at right back.

Liverpool lineup (4-3-3, right to left): Alisson (GK) — Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dijk, Robertson — Szoboszlai, Endo, Mac Allister — Salah, Nunez, Diaz

Liverpool subs: Kelleher, Endo, Konate, Nunez, Elliott, Jota, Tsimikas, Gravenberch, Alexander-Arnold

Tottenham vs Liverpool live stream, TV channel

This Tottenham vs. Liverpool Premier League match kicks off at 5:30 p.m. local time from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London.

Below are the corresponding times, TV channels, and live streams to watch the match in regions around the world

  Date Kickoff time TV Streaming
USA Sat Sep. 30 12:30 p.m. ET USA Network, Universo Fubo, NBC app/website, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, Universo NOW
Canada Sat Sep. 30 12:30 p.m. ET Fubo Canada
UK Sat Sep. 30 5:30 p.m. BST Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League NOW TV, Sky Go
Australia Sun Oct. 1 2:30 a.m.  AEST
India Sat Sep. 30 10:00 p.m. IST Star Sports Asia 2 and 3, Star Sports Select 1 Hotstar,
Hong Kong Sun Oct. 1 12:30 a.m. HKT Now Premier League 1 (Ch.620-621) Now TV
Malaysia Sun Oct. 1 12:30 a.m. MYT Astro SuperSport 3 Astro GO, sooka
Singapore Sun Oct. 1 12:30 a.m. SGT Hub Premier 1 and 2 (Ch. 221-222) StarHub TV+
New Zealand Sun Oct. 1 5:30 a.m. NZST Sky Sport Premier League Sky Sport Now

UK: This match will be available for live broadcast and streaming via Sky Sports services.

USA: This game is available on USA Network and can be live streamed on Fubo, with Spanish-language options via Universo and Telemundo, both of which are available to Fubo subscribers.

Canada: Every Premier League game this season is live streaming exclusively via Fubo in Canada.

Australia: Fans in Australia can stream every match .

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