Despite having a mixed season that has seen the team go on some amazing runs as well as some poor ones, Tottenham could still make this season one to remember.
The Lilywhites still find themselves in contention for a top four finish in the Premier League and in the final four of the Champions League (European Cup) for the first time since 1962.
Just like last season, Spurs have had to play the majority of their home games at Wembley Stadium until their recent move to the new stadium.
Tottenham’s home form has suffered as a result, while Pochettino’s men have also lost several games on the road. This is in stark contrast to the Spurs team of the last two seasons who were quite hard to beat.
In fact, Tottenham have lost more Premier League games this season with four more to go, than they have in the whole of the last two campaigns combined.
Spurs have lost 11 Premier League games this season,.
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While this stat is a slight anomaly as Spurs have had a staggering number of draws, Pochettino will certainly want to rectify this and he will be hoping that the move to the new stadium aids him in doing so or they could be playing Europa League football next season.
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