I must hurry to get home ___ to watch the match. The blank should be filled with 'in time' or 'on time'?
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It should be in time. on time is usually used without a qualifier, the reason for the deadline is either stated previously or known a priori. Examples:
He got home in time for dinner.
Dinner was served on time.
This Google Ngram shows that on time to is not used much compared to in time to.