It has been almost three months since Tottenham Hotspur were last in competitive action but the wait is now almost over for fans.
It has been confirmed that Spurs will be back in Premier League action in just two weeks as they play Manchester United at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on June 19.
The game will be crucial in determining both sides’ chances of a top-four finish with Spurs currently sitting four points and three places behind Manchester United.
Since Spurs play on a Friday, before most of their rivals for the Champions League spots are in action, a win against United would take the Lilywhites to within four points of Chelsea in fourth spot.
Spurs then have a huge London derby against West Ham United coming up four days later. They will then get a generous nine-day break before travelling to Bramall Lane to take on Sheffield United on the July 2 in what could be another proverbial six-pointer.
Here are the confirmed dates, timings, and venues for Tottenham’s first three fixtures:
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Spurs Web Opinion
This is quite a difficult start for us and how we do in these first three games will go a long way in determining our chances of qualifying for the Champions League. One positive is that we begin with two home matches, although that might not be that big of an advantage without any fans in the stadium.
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