Tottenham Hotspur have a rare week off at the moment following their win over Sheffield United on Sunday, with the North Londoners not taking to the field until Monday evening when they travel to Wycombe Wanderers for a FA Cup Fourth Round tie.
However, after this short break, things get hectic for Jose Mourinho’s men over the next couple of months as they are still involved in all four competitions.
The Lilywhites have a particularly challenging run coming up in the league as they face Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City in quick succession, with clashes against Brighton and West Brom also sandwiched in between.
Yesterday, the Premier League announced that all league games will be made available for live broadcast until the end of February via the existing services of broadcast partners Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime Video and BBC.
As a result, four of Tottenham’s league games over the next month have been rescheduled for broadcast.
Spurs’ clash against Chelsea has pushed back a day, which means the Lilywhites will now have less than 48 hours to prepare for their clash against West Brom on January 6 after they take on the Blues on January 4.
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The run of fixtures we have coming up over the next month will have a huge bearing on where we are likely to end up finishing this season. If we are still in touching distance of the top by the end of February, then Mourinho and the players will believe that a title challenge is well and truly on.
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