Tottenham fixture list of the remainder of season confirmed
The Premier League has released the full list of Tottenham’s fixtures for the remainder of the 2019/20 campaign.
Football has been suspended since March due to the outbreak of the coronavirus. But the English top flight is set to resume on June 17.
Last week we learned that Tottenham will resume the campaign with a crunch clash against Manchester United at home on Friday, June 19. Dates for the subsequent two fixtures were confirmed as well, with the Lilywhites taking on West Ham United in a derby four days later, followed by a away clash against Sheffield United on July 2.
Now the Premier League has made available the entire fixture list for Tottenham, as the club gears up for a final tilt at a top four finish.
Following the trip to Bramall Lane, Tottenham are penned into face Everton at home on July 4, with a trip to the Vitality Stadium scheduled four days later as we play Bournemouth.
Then one of the biggest games in the final run-in will take place as we play our bitter rivals Arsenal on July 11. There have been rumours that the game might be played at a neutral venue, but there has been no confirmation of that as such.
The North London Derby will be followed by a trip to Newcastle United on July 15, before we play our final home game of the season against third-placed Leicester City three days later.
Tottenham’s final game of the season will see us make the trip to Selhurst Park to take on Crystal Palace on the 26th of July.
Full Fixture List:
19 June: Tottenham vs Manchester United
23 June: Tottenham vs West Ham United
2 July: Sheffield United vs Tottenham
4 July: Tottenham vs Everton
8 July: Bournemouth vs Tottenham
11 July: Tottenham vs Arsenal
15 July: Newcastle United vs Tottenham
18 July: Tottenham vs Leicester City
26 July: Crystal Palace vs Tottenham
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However, the fixture list is subject to change though, as no TV allocations have been arranged as of yet.