Tottenham Hotspur take on Juventus in their second pre-season game, but their first in the International Champions Cup in Melbourne on Tuesday (26 July).

Where to watch live

Kick-off is at 11am BST. Live coverage in the United Kingdom will be available on Sky Sports 1 and 1 HD. The match is also being broadcast across the globe via various media broadcasters, with the list available at the end of the article.


Tottenham will play their first of two matches in the International Champions Cup on Tuesday against Juventus following which they will take on Atletico Madrid at the same venue. Mauricio Pochettino will be keen to give all the players at his disposal a run out with the first-team members taking precedence as they look to build match fitness ahead of the upcoming Premier League season.

Summer signings Victor Wanyama and Vincent Janssen could start for Spurs against the Serie A champions, who have already begun their preparations for the new season. The north London club played their first pre-season game against Nottingham Forest, which they won 3-0, but the Italian side is likely to provide a sterner test to Pochettino's men.

Mauricio Pochettino along with his team at a training session in Melbourne, AustraliaGetty

Massimiliano Allegri will be hoping for a better result against Tottenham, after he saw his side lose on penalties to Melbourne Victory in their first match. The Turin club has been in the spotlight this summer with Paul Pogba's potential world-record transfer to Manchester United, which will cause a considerable amount of distraction to the rest of the squad despite the French midfielder being away on holiday.

Juventus will be without a number of first-team players, who are still on holiday following their participation with their national teams at the Euros, which will give a number of young players the opportunity to impress the manager.


  • Tottenham to win

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Market Broadcast partner
Argentina Canal de la Ciudad, TyC Sports
Australia Nine Network, Optus Sport
Czech Republic
Belgium Belgacom
Tigo Sports
Brazil Esporte Interativo
Canada TSN
Central America ESPN
China LeTV + regional channels
Colombia RCN
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Arena Sport
Eurasia Setanta
France beIN Sports
Sport 1 (16+ matches)
Greece Nova Sports
Hong Kong i-Cable
Iceland 365 Media
Indonesia iNews TV
Italy Mediaset Premium
India Sony ESPN
Japan J Sports
Malaysia Telekom Malaysia
Mexico ESPN
Middle East and North Africa beIN Sports
Netherlands Eredivisie
New Zealand VDR (3 Aus. matches only)
Portugal Sport TV
Russia VGTRK
Singapore StarHub
South America (excl. Brazil) ESPN, DirecTV
SouthAsia SonyEspn
South Korea JTBC3 Fox sports
Spain Atresmedia, Canal+ Liga, TV3
Sub Saharan Africa StarTimes
United Kingdom
Republic of Ireland
Chelsea TV (Chelsea games only)
LFC TV (Liverpool games only)
MUTV (Manchester United games only)
Sky Sports (every game except those including Chelsea and Manchester United.)
Puerto Rico
ESPN (English), ESPN Deportes (Spanish)