Tottenham Hotspur still have 13 fixtures to play across all competitions before the Premier League breaks for the World Cup in November.
With the international break drawing towards a close this week, Antonio Conte will have his eyes fixed firmly on the North London Derby on Saturday.
Spurs are currently just one point off the top of the league table, fighting Arsenal and Man City for early Premier League supremacy.
Meanwhile, in the Champions League, Conte will be determined to follow up on his defeat to Sporting Lisbon with a three-point haul against Eintracht Frankfurt next month.
Let’s take a look at the 13 fixtures still to come before the World Cup break:
Arsenal – Premier League – Away – October 1
Eintracht Frankfurt – Champions League – Away – October 4
Brighton – Premier League – Away – October 8
Eintracht Frankfurt – Champions League – Home – October 12
Everton – Premier League – Home – October 15
Man United – Premier League – Away – October 19
Newcastle – Premier League – Home – October 23
Sporting Lisbon – Champions League – Home – October 26
Bournemouth – Premier League – Away – October 29
Marseille – Champions League – Away – November 1
Liverpool – Premier League – Home – November 6
Nottingham Forest – League Cup – Away – November 9
Leeds United – Premier League – Home – November 12
Spurs Web Opinion:
Tottenham do have games every three or four days for the next month, but I feel like the run of fixtures is pretty favourable given the circumstances. Conte would likely be disappointed not to be near/at the top of the Premier League and Champions League table by the World Cup break.
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