Tottenham Aston Villa Live Stream

Tottenham Aston Villa live streams At White Hart Lane
Watch v live online Kick-off is CET ( GMT) on Monday, 08/02/2016

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Tottenham v Aston Villa starting line-ups

  • Tottenham players (from): Mason, Davies, Alli, Walker, Chadli, Kane, Trippier, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Fazio, Onomah, Townsend, Ward, Lamela, Carroll, Lloris, Wimmer, N'Jie, Son, Dier, Vorm, Eriksen, Bentaleb, Pritchard, Rose, Dembele
  • Aston Villa team (from): Sanchez, Amavi, Westwood, Cissokho, Gil, Agbonlahor, Bennett, Clark, Okore, Lescott, Traore, Ayew, Veretout, N'Zogbia, Gueye, Richards, Guzan, Senderos, Kozak, Gestede, Bacuna, Bunn, Grealish, Richardson, Sinclair, Crespo, Hutton

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England1Leicester City2553
England4Man City2547
England5Man Utd2541
England6West Ham2539
England11Stoke City2533
England12Crystal Palace2532
England14West Brom2529
England16Swansea City2527
England17Newcastle United2524
England18Norwich City2523
England20Aston Villa2516

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