Tottenham Hotspur cannot dwell on their disappointing North London derby defeat for too long, with games coming thick and fast for Jose Mourinho’s men over the next month and a half.
Spurs currently sit six points behind fourth-placed Chelsea with a game in hand over the Blues and have to get points on the board if they want to keep pace with the teams above them in the battle for a top-four finish.
Tottenham round off March with the away leg against Dinamo Zagreb and a trip to Villa Park on Sunday but it is April that will likely determine whether the club’s season has been a success or a failure.
Spurs face a potential Europa League quarter final (if they beat Dinamo), the Carabao Cup final against Manchester City and have a tough run of Premier League fixtures coming up next month.
Tottenham have now confirmed that their fixture against Newcastle United at St James’ Park has been moved back to Sunday, April 4 while Spurs’ home clash against Manchester United has also been pushed back to the subsequent Sunday (April 11).
The broadcast selections for the third round of fixtures in April, where Tottenham are due to visit Everton, will be confirmed in due course.
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Our results in April will likely dictate how we look back on this season and if Jose is at the risk of losing his job. If we fail to finish in the top four and do not get our hands on either the Carabao Cup or the Europa League, I can see Levy being tempted to make a managerial change.
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