Tottenham released a statement confirming that our Premier League game against Arsenal on 2nd March would be played at Wembley and not at our new stadium.
The release added that work on the safety systems are close to completion and the next step would be testing the fire detection and alarm systems, and the integration of these with other systems.
“Once again, thank you all for bearing with us and for the great support we have received from so many different quarters. These next few weeks are pivotal.”
Tottenham haven’t really been in bad form despite not playing at their new home. Wembley hasn’t always had the same feeling as White Hart Lane, however, we lie just five points behind Manchester City and Liverpool.
Spurs play both these teams away in the remaining games and there is more than a chance of us usurping them. The pair has dropped points unexpectedly this season, and this should give us more hope for the remainder of the campaign.
We should be boosted by the returns of Harry Kane and Dele Alli in the coming weeks, so things are looking good for us.
Our next game is a tough one against Leicester, and we have to be at our best if we are to beat the Foxes.
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