The teams Spurs, Man Utd, Arsenal, and Chelsea still have to play in the Premier League

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Dom Le Roy

We are now moving towards the tail end of the Premier League season, as Spurs continue to push for a spot in the top four, thus booking a Champions League spot for next season.

Tottenham were 12 points behind Chelsea in fourth when Jose Mourinho took over, but that gap is now down to just four points as we enter the winter break.

Manchester United are also lurking and waiting to pounce if the Blues or Lilywhites slip up, with Arsenal lagging behind in the table but always capable of going on a run.

Let’s take a look at who each of these big four clubs have left to play in the league:

Tottenham:

Aston Villa (A)

Chelsea (A)

Wolves

Burnley (A)

Man United

West Ham

Sheffield United (A)

Everton

Bournemouth (A)

Arsenal

Newcastle (A)

Leicester City

Crystal Palace (A)

 

Chelsea:

Man United

Tottenham

Bournemouth (A)

Everton

Aston Villa (A)

Man City

West Ham (A)

Watford

Crystal Palace (A)

Sheffield United (A)

Norwich City

Liverpool (A)

Wolves

 

Man United:

Chelsea (A)

Watford

Everton (A)

Man City

Tottenham (A)

Sheffield United

Brighton (A)

Bournemouth

Aston Villa (A)

Southampton

Crystal Palace (A)

West Ham

Leicester City (A)

 

Arsenal:

Newcastle

Everton

Man City (A)

West Ham

Brighton (A)

Southampton (A)

Norwich City

Wolves (A)

Leicester City

Tottenham (A)

Liverpool

Aston Villa (A)

Watford

 

Spurs Web Opinion:

I would argue that Chelsea have the hardest end to the season, with Arsenal having the easiest. However, the Gunners are further behind than anyone and Chelsea have a slight lead in the race, so things could get very interesting.

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