Prem table organised by rest days over Xmas – Spurs are bottom

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur enter the festive period on a real high, thanks to their recent success in the Premier League, as well as the Champions League.

Spurs recorded their third straight win in the Prem at the weekend, seeing off Burnley courtesy of a late Eriksen strike.

Pochettino’s men also made it through to the round of 16 in the Champions League last week, meaning they are still in all four competitions they started the season in.

Tottenham typically do pretty well over the festive period under Pochettino, as the games come thick and fast.

However, there seems to be a little bias towards some teams more than others this year.

One fan has made up a Prem table, organised by rest days over the Xmas period, with Liverpool top of the league and Spurs bottom.

Liverpool play four games between the 21st of December and the 3rd of January, with 10 rest days in total.

Man City get 9 rest days, with Chelsea (8), United (8), and Arsenal (7), all above Spurs.

Tottenham play their four games with an average of two rest days between each one, six days in total.

Is this fair?

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