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Tottenham’s next six Premier League matches compared to Chelsea, Arsenal and Man United

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Tottenham won their first Premier League match of the season. SportsDias examines their next six matches in comparison to their top four rivals.


Tottenham’s next six Premier League matches compared to Chelsea, Arsenal and Man United

Last season, Tottenham was vying with Arsenal and Manchester United for a place in the top four.

Antonio Conte’s side qualified for the Champions League and finished just three points behind Chelsea.

Spurs have also had a good start to the season, taking all three points in their first game against Southampton.

Arsenal defeated Crystal Palace in the opening game of the 2022/23 Premier League season on Friday night.

Chelsea defeated Everton 1-0 at Goodison Park. Meanwhile, Manchester United were defeated by Brighton in their first game under Erik ten Hag.

Now it’s time to look ahead to the upcoming games, and SportsDias compares Tottenham’s next six opponents to their top four.

Chelsea (A) – August 14

Spurs haven’t won at Stamford Bridge since 2018, so it’s not a place where fans are expecting three points.

However, Saturday’s game demonstrated the progress Conte has made, and they will hope to carry that momentum into the London derby.

The Blues also appear to be in a period of transition and have lost a number of players, so will this work in Tottenham’s favour? Supporters will be hoping for the best.

Wolves (H) – August 20

Wolves won the last meeting between the two sides in N17, and Conte’s team put in a poor performance.

Tottenham will hope that being back at home will help them secure all three points against Bruno Lage’s side, whether they get points against Chelsea or not.

Nottingham Forest (A) – August 28

Spurs’ first game of the season will be against a newly promoted side, and they will travel to The City Ground over the bank holiday weekend.

Forest will play Man City three days after the Lilywhites, so it will be a big week for them, but Conte will be hoping for a win.

West Ham (A) – August 31

Tottenham has never had an easy game against West Ham, especially at the London Stadium.

Spurs’ last two trips across London to face the Hammers have ended in defeats, and Conte will be hoping for a different result this time.

Tottenham may fancy their chances in the second London derby of the season, given their improvement under the Italian and the strength they added this summer.

Fulham (H) – September 3

Fulham, another newly promoted club, will be the Lilywhites’ next opponents. Marco Silva earned a point in their first game against Liverpool.

Their first result indicates that a match against them should not be taken lightly, and Tottenham will need to be at their best to take all three points. However, being in N17 should give them a boost once more.

Man City (A) – September 10

Man City is usually a daunting opponent for Spurs, and while it still is, their record against Pep Guardiola’s side last season may give them some confidence.

Tottenham defeated City twice last season, both times with strong performances.

The Lilywhites want to close the gap on the title holders, and this is a great opportunity to show how far they have come in the last year or so.

Arsenal’s next six fixtures:

Leicester (H) – August 13

Bournemouth (A) – August 20

Fulham (H) – August 27

Aston Villa (H) – August 31

Man United (A) – September 4

Everton (H) – September 11

Man United’s next six fixtures:

Brentford (A) – August 13

Liverpool (H) – August 22

Southampton (A) – August 27

Leicester City (A) – September 1

Arsenal (H) – September 4

Crystal Palace (A) – September 11

Chelsea’s next six fixtures:

Tottenham (H) – August 14

Leeds (A) – August 21

Leicester (H) – August 27

Southampton (A) – August 30

West Ham (H) – September 4

Fulham (A) – September 10

Tottenham’s next six Premier League matches compared to Chelsea, Arsenal and Man United



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