Tottenham’s next six Premier League fixtures vs Arsenal, Man Utd, West Ham and Wolves
Antonio Conte’s Spurs side beat West Ham for the second time at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this season in a 3-1 win on Sunday. The win puts the Lilywhites in fifth place and just three points behind Arsenal, who have one game less.
Tottenham beating David Moyes’ side ended their near-perfect win-lose trend they had unwittingly created from their results in 2022. It means Spurs are not only still in the battle for a place among the front four, but they entered the international break on the back of a win.
When the Lilywhites return to the Premier League, they will have nine games left to try to secure a Champions League spot for next season. With some tough matches still to be played and the North London Derby still to be rescheduled, it won’t be an easy last few months for the Italian.
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As we enter the final international break of the season, football.london takes a look at Tottenham’s next six Premier League fixtures against their four main rivals.
Tottenham’s next six Premier League matches
Newcastle United (M) – April 3
Spurs will return to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium when their league matches resume after the international break, as they take on Newcastle. The Magpies lost their last game before the break to a struggling Everton side and despite being comfortably nine points outside the relegation zone they will still be pushing for three points from the game to help them climb the leaderboard.
Villa Aston (A) – April 9
Tottenham then travel to Villa Park in their first away game of the month and it will be another vital chance to secure three points against a side who managed just one shot on target against Arsenal in their last match. The Lilywhites beat a Dean Smith-led Villa side earlier in the season during Nuno Espirito Santo’s short-lived reign and will be hoping they can get three more points in the reverse game.
Brighton (H) – April 16
Just a month after their away game against Graham Potter’s side, Brighton travel to N17 for the second game of the season between the two sides. Tottenham’s performance at the AMEX Stadium was one with composure and Conte’s side dominated much of the game so if they can do the same again it will hopefully be another win for Spurs .
Brentford (A) – April 23
It will be a special game for the Lilywhites when they travel to play in Brentford, with fans hoping to see Christian Eriksen play in the Premier League for the first time since leaving north London. Eriksen will be delayed from joining Denmark for international duty due to the Covid catch, but he will hopefully be able to play for his country and recover fully in time for the Bees’ return to the league.
Leicester (H) – April 30
Brendan Rodgers’ side will travel to N17 a few weeks after Premier League action resumes. In the reverse game of that game, Tottenham picked up three points in a thrilling 3-2 win that saw Steven Bergwijn score two goals in injury time to help his side to victory.
Leicester currently sit 10th in the table and are 10 points behind eighth-placed Wolves. With the Foxes losing 11 of their 29 games so far this season, this will be a game that Tottenham will hope can get three extra points from.
Liverpool (A) – May 7
A week after Leicester’s draw, Spurs will then have to make the difficult trip to Anfield and with their record at Liverpool there may not be so much hope of getting the maximum points from the draw. However, if Spurs can come back from the international break and put on a winning streak together, Conte will have more hope that his side can travel to Merseyside and secure an unlikely win against a side who are currently only a mile away. one point from first place.
of Arsenal next six Premier League matches
Crystal Palace (A) – April 4
Brighton (H) – April 9
Southampton (A) – April 16
Chelsea (A) – April 20
Man United (M) – April 23
West Ham (A) – May 1
Man United next six Premier League matches
Leicester (H) – April 2
Everton (A) – April 9
Norwich (H) – April 16
Liverpool (A) – April 19
Arsenal (A) – April 23
Brentford (H) – May 2
West Ham’s next six Premier League matches
Everton (H) – April 3
Brentford (A) – April 10
Burnley (H) – April 17
Chelsea (A) – April 24
Arsenal (M) – May 1
Norwich (A) – May 7
Wolves’ next six Premier League fixtures
Aston Villa (H) – April 2
Newcastle United (A) – April 8
Burnley (ex.) – April 24
Brighton (H) – April 30
Chelsea (A) – May 7
Norwich (H) – May 15