Spurs are having an excellent season and are in good shape to finish inside the top four. The club’s chances of winning the title, however, are slim. In order to have any chance, they must win at Stamford Bridge in three week’s time.
While topping the table may be out of reach for Tottenham, the opportunity to finally finish above Arsenal is a distinct possibility. It’s been 21 years since that has happened and long-suffering Spurs fans would like nothing more than adding to Arsenal’s woes.
The North London derby takes place at White Hart Lane on April 30th. Anything but an Arsenal win and Spurs should accomplish their goal.
Other challenging fixtures include a trip to West Ham at the London Stadium on May 6th and a visit from Manchester United on May 13th.
Seven of Tottenham’s remaining ten matches are against teams in the bottom half of the table including Hull, Burnley, Watford, Swansea and Crystal Palace.