The Premier League is coming back on June 17th and there is everything still to play for especially the Lilywhites.
There is a total of 92 fixtures still to be played in the Premier League this season with Spurs due to play nine of them, so who will Spurs be facing in quick succession upon the league resuming?
First up – Manchester United
You couldn’t have asked for a more eye-catching first match back than Tottenham hosting the Red Devils at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Mourinho will be eager for revenge over his old side after a Marcus Rashford brace handed the Red Devils a 2-1 win at Old Trafford in December.
United also sit four points ahead of the Lilywhites in the Premier League table so if Tottenham harbour any faint hopes of the top four, victory is a must.
Second up – West Ham
Tottenham have the fortune of being at home for their first two home games of the season with West Ham soon up after the Red Devils have visited North London.
The Hammers still have a lot to prove this season and find themselves balanced precariously just above the drop only on goal difference.
The Lilywhites did manage to beat the Hammers 3-2 at the Olympic Stadium back in November in one of Mourinho’s first games in charge and will be confident of making it a double over West Ham this season.
Third up – Sheffield United
As we know there are no easy games in the Premier League and a trip to Bramall Lane to take on Sheffield United is not the easy trip everyone thought it would be at the start of the season.
In fact, the Blades sit one place above Tottenham in the league after a truly remarkable first season back in England’s topflight which has so far included a 1-1 draw with the Lilywhites in North London back in November.