Nottingham Forest vs Tottenham LIVE: Stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news – Premier League latest | The Sun

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR return to the big screen TODAY when they travel up the M1 to take on English giants Nottingham Forest.

Spurs continued their unbeaten run to the season with a gruelling 1-0 victory over Wolves last weekend, whilst Forest held Everton to a draw at Goodison.

  • Start time: 4:30pm BST
  • TV channel: Sky Sports Main Event & Premier League
  • Live stream: Sky Go
  • Forest XI: To follow
  • Spurs XI: To follow

Follow ALL the action with our live blog below…

Team news

Steve Cooper has a huge squad to choose from for this tough match against Tottenham having made a total of 16 signings so far in the transfer market.

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But the Nottingham Forest boss will continue to be without former Bayern Munich defender, Omar Richards, centre-back Moussa Niakhate and midfield maestro Jack Colback.

Elsewhere, Tottenham head coach Antonio Conte was dealt a huge blow in defence with Cristian Romero ruled out for up to four weeks.

Whilst Oliver Skipp's foot problem is expected to keep him on the side-lines for a little longer.

Latest odds

  • Nottingham Forest to win 6/1
  • Draw 7/2
  • Tottenham Hotspur to win 4/9

*Odds courtesy of Betfair are correct at time of publication

  • Sam Dymond

    Spurs odd-on for success

    Seventeen new signings, but the bookies are still making Nottingham Forest hefty outsiders for their second home game of the season.

    • Nott'm Forest win 11/2
    • Draw 17/5
    • Tottenham win 1/2

    Odds from Betfair correct at time of post publication.

    Hello from the City Ground

    Good afternoon and welcome to our live coverage of the Premier League encounter between Nottingham Forest and Tottenham Hotspur.

    It's a classic, old-school, top-flight encounter this Sunday afternoon, and a chance for Steve Cooper's new-look side to show what they've really got at this level.

    It's been a steady start for the Tricky Trees, who have a win, a draw and a defeat to show for their first time back in the Premier League in 23 years,

    However, after matches with Newcastle, West Ham and Everton, today's tie with Tottenham is their first test of the top-level elite.

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