Spurs have had a tough start to the 2020/21 season with two points from their opening six games.
But there is hope for Spurs given that Bristol City WFC are adrift with no points, and have conceded 28 goals in their five games so far – and that means Alex Morgan could be on the scoresheet for the first time for Spurs.
In November 2019, more than 75,000 fans attended WSL and Championship fixtures during the inaugural ‘Women’s Football Weekend’, which included Tottenham v Arsenal at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and Liverpool v Everton at Anfield.
Spurs are now taking part in this weekend’s behind-closed-doors version, in which six WSL fixtures will be staggered and can all be watched via television or streaming platforms live without clashes.
With kick-off at 6:30pm GMT on Sunday, here’s how you can follow all the action…
How to watch Bristol City vs Tottenham
Live stream: Fans will be able to watch the match online for free via The FA Player.
You can also cast The FA Player to: Chromecast, Apple TV, Amazon Firestick, Roku, Android TV.
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