Tottenham Hotspur have had three Premier League matches rescheduled in February 2023 due to television coverage, with all of the games coming at home (Official).
In February alone, all three of Manchester City, West Ham United and Chelsea visit the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in what could be a crucial month in the race for the top four.
However, all three games have now been moved a day later in the calendar to ensure they can be televised on Sky Sports. Kick-off times have also been changed for all three matches.
The fixtures against Man City and West Ham will now kick off at 4:30 pm (UK time), and the big London derby with Chelsea has been moved to a 1:30 pm (UK time) kick-off.
Antonio Conte will be hoping to claim as many points as possible in the busy winter period to set Tottenham up for a positive run-in.
Spurs Web Opinion:
Five or six points from those three games would be huge for Tottenham in the race for the top four, and maybe even better than that. The weakness in recent years had been getting results against rivals, but with three home fixtures, they should be aiming high.
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