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Tottenham’s Most Challenging Premier League Fixtures Remaining Compared to Man United and Aston Villa

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Tottenham’s Most Challenging Premier League Fixtures Remaining Compared to Man United and Aston Villa


Tottenham suffered a disappointing 3-0 defeat against Fulham in Premier League action, just days after their impressive performance against Champions League rivals Aston Villa. Rodrigo Muniz scored in the late stages of the first half, followed by Sasa Lukic doubling the lead shortly after the interval.

Muniz then scored again after a scrappy corner was not cleared by Spurs, but Joao Palhinha’s goal was disallowed due to an offside position by Raul Jimenez.

The loss narrowed the eight-goal swing to five, with Aston Villa yet to play West Ham. Meanwhile, Manchester United’s FA Cup participation postponed their match against Sheffield United.

Looking ahead, Tottenham faces West Ham and Newcastle in April, hoping to improve their away form. A North London Derby against Arsenal awaits in late April, while a clash with Liverpool in early May could have implications in the title race.

The fixture against Manchester City is yet to be rescheduled, potentially occurring in the final week of the season.

On the other hand, Manchester United faces tough fixtures against West Ham, Manchester City, Arsenal, Brighton, and Liverpool. Chelsea, Liverpool, and Arsenal pose significant challenges in April and May, with Brighton and Newcastle also formidable opponents.

Newcastle (A) -Saturday, April 13

Last season, Newcastle hit Tottenham for six and that simply cannot happen again. Both teams are in the race to secure European football however the Magpies are currently 13 points off Spurs in the Premier League table.

The form of Eddie Howe’s side at St James’ Park has been poor compared to last season and the Lilywhites will be hoping they can take advantage of that in April.

Arsenal (H) – Saturday, April 27

With Manchester City reaching the FA Cup quarter-finals, their clash with Spurs, that was set for the previous weekend, will have to be rearranged. With that, a North London Derby against Tottenham Arsenal is next on the agenda.

Given Postecoglou’s side must play Arsenal, Man City and Liverpool, they can take points off all three teams fighting for the title.

Liverpool (A) – Saturday, May 4

The impact Tottenham can have in the Premier League title race over a two-week period is potentially huge. Spurs handed Liverpool just one of their two defeats in league action this season and they will be aiming to take more points off them in early May.

Jurgen Klopp’s side will fancy themselves in the clash given their impressive 31-game unbeaten run at Anfield.

Manchester City (H) – TBC

Manchester City beating Newcastle in the FA Cup quarter-final means Tottenham will not play the reigning champions in late April.

Given that City are also still in the latter stages of the Champions League, the final week of the season seems to be the only time the game can be played, but that is only if Pep Guardiola’s side reach the semi-finals in Europe.

A thrilling 3-3 draw played out at Etihad Stadium earlier in the season and despite knocking Spurs out of the FA Cup earlier in the season, they are still yet to beat them at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in league action.

Manchester United toughest five Premier League fixtures left

West Ham (A) – Sunday, March 17

Manchester City (A) – Wednesday, April 3

Arsenal (A) – Saturday, April 13

Brighton (A) – Saturday, May 4

Liverpool (H) – Saturday, May 11

Manchester United toughest five Premier League fixtures left

Chelsea (A) -Thursday, April 4

Liverpool (H) – Sunday, April 7

Arsenal (H) – Saturday, May 11

Newcastle United (H) – Saturday, April 20

Brighton (A) – Sunday, May 19

Tottenham’s Most Challenging Premier League Fixtures Remaining Compared to Man United and Aston Villa

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