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Watch Tottenham VS Shakhtar Donetsk Online: TV Channel And Live Streaming For Frendly Game 2023 - MSC FOOTBALLTottenham will face Shakhtar Donetsk on Sunday with a strong starting line-up as they complete their preparations for the new season. With just two friendlies under Ange Postecoglou, Spurs may have some catching up to do in terms of building match sharpness. Shakhtar travel to north London this weekend for a friendly to raise funds for victims of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, before Tottenham fly to Barcelona for the Joan Gamper Trophy just 48 hours later. Postecoglou’s pre-match media briefing was cancelled, meaning no updates were given on Spurs’ injuries and fitness.
Shakhtar, meanwhile, led the Ukrainian Premier League by a staggering margin, with nearest rivals Dynamo Kyiv finishing 23 points behind them - and unsurprisingly have lost just twice all season. In the Europa League they have been free scoring since the restart, putting three past Wolfsburg and overwhelming Basel in their quarter-final. Here's a look at how the two sides have got on in their last five fixtures:InterGenoa 0-3 Inter (28/7)Inter 2-0 Napoli (25/7)Atalanta 0-2 Inter (1/8)Inter 2-0 Getafe (5/8)Inter 2-1 Bayer Leverkusen (10/8)Shakhtar DonetskDesna Chernihiv 2-4 Shakhtar Donetsk (12/7)Shakhtar Donetsk 2-0 Kolos Kovalivka (15/7)Oleksandria 2-2 Shakhtar Donetsk (19/7)Shakhtar Donetsk 3-0 Wolfsburg (5/8)Shakhtar Donetsk 4-1 Basel (11/8)It doesn't get bigger than this for Conte against a free-scoring Shakhtar Donetsk side, and his famous back five will have their work cut out for them against the likes of Taison and the prolific Junior Moraes.
Inter vs Shakhtar Donetsk Preview: How to Watch on TV, Live Stream, Kick Off Time & Team NewsWith Premier League and Serie A titles under his belt, fewer managers have had a more illustrious career over the course of the last decade than Antonio Conte. The one thing missing from the Inter manager's impressive haul of honours, however? It is of course a European trophy. The former Italy and Juventus boss has now been presented with one of his best chances for some European silverware yet after beating Bayer Leverkusen to advance to the Europa League semi-finals, but standing in his way are a Shakhtar Donetsk side who have been no pushovers in this year's competition. A winner-takes-all encounter against a Ukrainian outfit who have been rampant on the way to a fourth successive league title will be Conte's toughest proposition so far - here's 90min's preview of one of the North Rhine-Westphalia bubble's most pivotal matches...
When is Kick Off? Monday 17 AugustWhat Time is Kick Off? 20:00 (BST)Where is it Played? Düsseldorf ArenaTV Channel/Live Stream? BT Sport 1The two sides will likely be largely unchanged from their last game, although Inter will be missing Matías Vecino with a knee complaint. Resurgent forward Alexis Sanchez could well be a doubt, too, after picking up a hamstring strain against Leverkusen.
The absence of Sanchez could well be a huge blow for the Nerazzurri / Soccrates Images/Getty ImagesShakhtar will have the full squad that they took to Germany to choose from, with Davit Khocholava now free to play after serving out his one-match suspension against Basel. Inter: Handanovic; D'Ambrosio, Godin, De Vrij, Bastoni, Young; Barella, Eriksen, Brozovic; Lukaku, MartinezShakhtar Donetsk: Pyatov; Dodo, Khocholava, Kryvtsov, Matviyenko; Antonio, Stepaneko; Tete, Patrick, Taison; MoraesShakhtar have looked the team to beat in this season's Europa League / Pool/Getty ImagesThough Inter eventually slumped to second place in Serie A, despite having led winners Juventus in the domestic competition going into 2020, they ended the season as strongly as possible, going on an eight-match league unbeaten run and signing off with an impressive 2-0 win over Champions League quarter-finalists Atalanta.
Yves Bissouma limped off the warm-up after the win over Lion City Sailors in Singapore, a scene his manager replayed afterwards. Dane Scarlett, Fraser Forster and Tanguy Ndombele have been dealing with issues in recent weeks while Bryan Gil has joined Rodrigo Bentancur and Ryan Sessegnon on the sidelines following surgery on a groin problem. Harry Kane is expected to lead the line if Tottenham reject Bayern Munich’s latest advances for the striker, who was the subject of a £86. 2million transfer offer on Friday.
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