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((STREAMS>)) Bournemouth vs Tottenham Live Broadcast Free 31 December 2023 Today

Tottenham vs Bournemouth live stream: How to watch Premier League game online and on TV today. Tottenham had emerged from a mid-season slump but suffered a post-Boxing Day humbling, while Bournemouth have probably been the Premier League's best team for nearly six weeks.


Tottenham had seemed to have overcome their midseason malaise of five games without a win, but their 4-2 defeat at Brighton on Thursday night – in which they were 4-0 down after the hour mark – was a big step backwards. Cristian Romero has joined Micky van der Ven in the treatment room, meaning center-back is a big area of concern, while James Maddison's absence remains keenly felt. They will also soon lose captain Son Heung-min to the Asian Cup, as well as Sarr and Bissouma to the Africa Cup of Nations.

It may have taken Bournemouth until October 28 to record their first win of the season, but the Cherries have more than made up for lost time. Andoni Iraola's side have picked up 23 points from 27 available – including a 3-0 destruction of Manchester United at Old Trafford – to put them knocking on the door of the top half of the table. The Basque boss' high-pressing style has clicked, with 12-goal centre-forward Dominic Solanke in red-hot form.

Tottenham vs Bournemouth live stream, date, time, channels

The Tottenham vs Bournemouth live stream takes place on Sunday, Dec. 31.

Time: 2 p.m. GMT / 9 a.m. ET / 6 a.m. PT / 1 a.m. AEDT (Jan. 1, 2024)

U.S. — Watch on USA via Sling TV

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Tottenham Hotspur remains a top-5 club in the English Premier League, sitting in fifth place in the team standings with an 11-3-5 record and 36 points. The Spurs are within earshot of the upper tier of the league with Liverpool and Aston Villa pacing the group with 42 points, followed by Manchester City and Arsenal, both with 40. Tottenham took a three-match winning streak into the Christmas holiday, but came out the other side of a five-day layoff with a 4-2 loss to Brighton & Hove Albion that could have been much worse. The Spurs trailed 4-0 after 80 minutes but got a pair of late goals from Alejo Veliz (81′) and Ben Davies (85′) to salvage a two-goal loss.

Better efficiency on both ends of the pitch will mark steps in the right direction after out-shooting Brighton & Hove, 19-15, but putting three on goal compared to their opponent’s nine. Tottenham held possession for nearly 55 percent of the game and drew 18 fouls to their own six as Brighton & Hove set a tone early for hard, physical play.

What Tottenham Hotspur will see in its Sunday opponent will be one of the fastest-rising sides in all of the Premier League. The club has found its collective strides to emerge as a much better team than the one that lost a 2-0 match to Tottenham in September or suffered an inexplicable 3-0 loss to Everton that drove them into the bottom four teams in the league. In their past seven matches dating back to a 2-0 victory over Newcastle United on Nov. 11.

Bournemouth is 6-1-0 over that stretch and has been especially sharp in December with a 2-2 draw with league leader Aston Villa, back to back shutout wins over Crystal Palace (2-0) and Manchester United (3-0) and capped by another shutout (3-0) in a winning effort over Fulham. With 13 points already in December and sharp play on offense and defens, Bournemouth can dare dream of a spot in the Premier League’s top 10 teams, maybe more, if they can stay hot Sunday.

Tottenham was defeated on December 28 against Brighton & Hove Albion by a final score of 4-2. Tottenham took six more shots in the game, 21 to 15. Tottenham was led by Benjamin Thomas Davies and Alejo Veliz, who picked up their side’s two goals against Brighton.

In its last outing on December 26, Bournemouth earned a 3-0 home win over Fulham, while registering nine more shots than Fulham. Luis Sinisterra, Dominic Ayodele Solanke-Mitchell and Justin Kluivert each scored a goal for Bournemouth.

Injuries and some wild results, such as Thursday's 4-2 defeat to Brighton, have halted Spurs' progress a little under Ange Postecoglou after a fast start but the Australian has done a fantastic job already – transforming them into somewhat unlikely title challengers and helping supporters quickly forget about departed star striker Harry Kane.

It took a little longer for things to click at Bournemouth for Andoni Iraola but the club's patience has been repaid as the Cherries are the form team in the Premier League right now.

They're unbeaten since the start of November, a run that has seen them win six of their last seven games, and will look to add Spurs to their list of recent scalps, which includes Newcastle and Man Utd.

Ange Postecoglou will be hoping that his Tottenham side can bounce back from their dramatic 4-2 defeat to Brighton earlier this week to win their final match of the year as they prepare to host a white-hot Bournemouth at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Despite two late goals from Alejo Veliz and Ben Davies, it wasn't enough to mount what would've been an incredible comeback after the Seagulls put four - including two penalties - past Postecoglou's men.

The result put an end to their three-game win streak and now they'll run into Andoni Iraola's south coast side, who are storming the league. Since a 6-1 thrashing at the hands of Manchester City at the start of November, the Cherries are unbeaten in their last seven games and boast wins over Fulham, Manchester United and Newcastle United.

They've also managed a draw against Aston Villa and their form has seen them escape the dregs of the relegation zone and sit level on points with Chelsea, who occupy the final top half of the table spot. Whatever the result, the clash is sure to be a great one and here's how you can keep up with all the action.

Spurs were heavily beaten by Brighton on Thursday night and will need to quickly regroup, having fallen out of the top four after such an impressive start to the Premier League season.

They face a real test too in north London on New Year's Eve, against a side in Bournemouth who are the most in-form team in the division as things stand.

Tottenham will be without Dejan Kulusevski, who picked up his fifth yellow card of the season against Brighton and is therefore suspended for one match. Giovani Lo Celso is set to come in to replace him.

Oliver Skipp is likely to be available again but that is the end of the positive news for Spurs, who still have Yves Bissouma suspended and Micky van de Ven, Cristian Romero, Rodrigo Bentancur and James Maddison all out injured along with Manor Solomon, Ivan Perisic and Ryan Sessegnon.

Bournemouth still have Hamed Traore unavailable, with the 23-year-old facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines having been hospitalised after contracting malaria.

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