Olympiacos vs Tottenham LIVE: Stream, TV channel, team news and kick off time for Champions League clash – The Sun

SPURS travel to Greece as they get their Champions League campaign underway against Olympiakos.

Last season's beaten finalists, Mauricio Pochettino's side have gotten off to a slow start in the Premier League – but will be keen for points on the road in Athens.

  • Kick off is at 5.55pm from Karaiskakis Stadium
  • Bayern Munich and Crvena zvezda play in the other Group B clash
  • BT Sport 2 showing the match from 5.30pm
  • Live stream on BT Sport app
  • EE phone customers can sign up for £10 a month by texting SPORT to 150
  • Last season, Tottenham suffered a nightmare start to the group stage when they lost 2-1 at Inter Milan, having been ahead going into the latter stages.

    In fact, they only took a single point from their opening three matches – but amazingly scrambled their way into the knockout stages where they embarked on their run to Madrid.

    It's fair to say Spurs will be hoping for smoother passage this time round.

  • Heung-min Son gets a rest after his impressive display at the weekend and Lucas Moura gets another chance to shine in Europe.

    The Brazilian made such a huge impact in this competition last season, and seems to revel on the big stage.

  • Sure enough, the team news is out – and Spurs go with a strong side from the off.

  • AFTER the heroics of last season it is back to square one for Tottenham in Europe.

    The North London club's march to the Champions League final saw them involved in some of the most dramatic matches in the competition's history.

    But now Mauricio Pochettino's side need to show they are not just one-season wonders by making sure they secure safe passage out of Group B.

    Olympiakos provide the opposition in the opening game, and on the back of their thumping win over Crystal Palace they go into the game in good spirits.

    Pochettino has talked about rotating his squad for this game – and the team news is due to drop any minute.

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