Tottenham Hotspur have a lot of work to do after the international break, and will be looking to bounce back from two defeats. So, here are the games they’ve got lined up, and a look at their rivals’ schedules, too.

The ten-game unbeaten run in the league for Ange Postecoglou came crashing to an end in dramatic style against Chelsea last week. Two red cards, big injuries, and numerous VAR calls ended up in a 4-1 win for the Blues.

With suspensions and injuries to deal with, Spurs fielded a weakened team against Wolves at the weekend and paid the price. Despite leading for much of the game, the Lilywhites capitulated in the final moments and fell to a 2-1 defeat at Molineux.

Tottenham have some time to regroup now, with the international break leaving us without domestic action for the next ten days. Here’s what is on the agenda for Spurs and their rivals when the Premier League resumes.

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LONDON, ENGLAND – DECEMBER 09: General view of the Premier League logo during the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Stoke City at Wembley Stadium on December 9, 2017 in London, England. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)

Tottenham’s next five games:

November 26 – Tottenham vs Aston Villa
December 3 – Man City vs Tottenham
December 7 – Tottenham vs West Ham
December 10 – Tottenham vs Newcastle
December 15 – Nottingham Forest – Tottenham

Manchester City’s next five games:

November 25 – Man City vs Liverpool
November 28 – Man City vs RB Leipzig (Champions League)
December 3 – Man City vs Tottenham
December 6 – Aston Villa vs Man City
December 10 – Luton vs Man City

Arsenal’s next five games:

November 25 – Brentford vs Arsenal
December 2 – Arsenal vs Wolves
December 5 – Luton vs Arsenal
December 9 – Aston Villa vs Arsenal
December 17 – Arsenal vs Brighton

Liverpool’s next five games:

November 25 – Man City vs Liverpool
November 30 – Liverpool vs LASK (Europa League)
December 3 – Liverpool vs Fulham
December 6 – Sheffield United vs Liverpool
December 9 – Crystal Palace vs Liverpool

Spurs Web Opinion

A really tricky run of games for us which could not have come at a worse time, so this will be a real test of our squad. The only consolation is City and Arsenal also have a tough run-in, and Liverpool will be busy with a quick turnaround on a lot of games, too.

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