Details of Tottenham’s final few matches of the season confirmed

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The Premier League have now announced the new dates and broadcast selections for Tottenham Hotspur’s final three games of the season.

The dates and timings of Spurs’ away trip to Newcastle United, home match against Leicester City and the final game of the season away to Crystal Palace, have been finalised.

Jose Mourinho’s men still have six games left this season but their hopes of qualifying for next season’s Champions League is all but over after their defeat against Sheffield United on Thursday.

Perhaps the Lilywhites will be hoping they will be able to squeeze into 5th place but even that would entail making up a five-point deficit on Manchester United, who have been in excellent form since the restart.

Mourinho has insisted that the results until the end of the season matter as they could give the side belief and momentum going into the next campaign (Football.London).

Tottenham certainly have six potentially winnable games on paper until the end of the season, although they will have to play much better than they did at Bramall Lane.

Here is the confirmed TV schedule for Tottenham’s six remaining games this season:

Monday 6th July – Tottenham v Everton (Sky Sports, 8pm)

Thursday 9th July – Bournemouth v Tottenham (Sky Sports/Pick TV FREE TO AIR, 6pm)

Sunday 12th July – Tottenham v Arsenal (Sky Sports, 4.30pm)

Wednesday 15 July – Newcastle United vs Tottenham (BT Sport, 6pm)

Sunday 19 July – Tottenham vs Leicester City (Sky Sports, 4pm)

Sunday 26 July- Crystal Palace vs Tottenham (4pm)

 

Spurs Web Opinion

We have an extremely busy run of fixtures coming up starting with the clash against Everton on Monday. It is only after the game against Leicester that we have a big break until the final game of the season.

Now that our hopes of Champions League qualification are nearly gone, I suspect most fans would prefer us to miss out on European football altogether rather than qualify for the Europe League.

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