Barring a couple of tough matches, Tottenham Hotspur have a fairly easy list of fixtures until the mid-season break for the World Cup.

Tottenham came in for plenty of criticism for their 3-1 loss to Arsenal in the North London Derby last week (talkSPORT) but Antonio Conte’s men managed to get back to winning ways on Saturday with a hard-fought 1-0 win over Brighton.

It was the Seagull’s first loss at home since the last time they played Spurs back in March, and the Lilywhites’ performance was particularly impressive given that the Tottenham players and staff were still trying to come to grips with the sudden passing of Gian Piero Ventrone just a couple of days before.

The win at the Amex Stadium means that Spurs maintain third spot in the Premier League table, with six wins and two draws from nine matches so far this season.

Antonio Conte’s men play four of their next six Premier League fixtures at home and will want to put a strong run together heading into the World Cup break.

Here are all of Tottenham’s Premier League fixtures until the World Cup:

Everton (H) – Sat, 15 October
Manchester United (A) – Wed, 19 October
Newcastle United (H) – Sun, 23 October
Bournemouth (A) – Sat, 29 October
Liverpool (H) – Sun, 6 November
Leeds (H) – Sat, 12 November

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Apart from the matches against Manchester United and Liverpool, all others are quite winnable.

Conte will look to target at least 15 points from a possible 18, so that we stay within touching distance of the top, heading into the mid-season break.

The Italian will also have to rotate his squad, with three important Champions League fixtures and EFL Cup third-round clash also coming up in that time.

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