Date: 12th November 2015 at 6:47pm
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With seven Premier League games remaining until the turn of the year and the season’s halfway stage, we take a look at how we think Tottenham will fare up until the start of 2016.

West Ham (H), Nov 22

The Hammers see this match as one of their biggest of the season, and having already taken three wins from Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City this season, they will be in confident mood.

However, they come up against a Spurs side that is also playing very well, and we fancy a share of the spoils at White Hart Lane.

Shoot Says: Draw

Chelsea (H), Nov 29

Mauricio Pochettino’s side then host a struggling Chelsea team, and we feel that Spurs’ high pressing style will cause further problems for Jose Mourinho and his men.

Tottenham always love a win against the Blues, and we think they’ll keep their top four ambition right on track here.

Shoot Says: Win

15 August 2015 - Barclays Premier League - Tottenham Hotspur v Stoke City - Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur - Photo: Marc Atkins / Offside.

Harry Kane is back in goalscoring form.

West Brom (A), Dec 5

The North London outfit then take the trip to the West Midlands to face West Brom in what is usually viewed as a difficult fixture.

However, Tony Pulis’ side have conceded three goals in each game at home to Manchester City, Chelsea, Everton and Leicester already this term, and we fancy Spurs to add to their woes.

Shoot Says: Win

Newcastle (H), Dec 13

There’s never an easy game in the Premier League, but we’re backing Tottenham to make it three wins in a row when Newcastle make the long trip south.

The Toon are struggling towards the wrong end of the table and never look convincing on the road, and we’re backing the in-form Harry Kane and Co to take the three points here.

Shoot Says: Win

Southampton (A), Dec 19

A trip to St Mary’s is never an easy one, and obviously the match takes on further significance by the fact that Mauricio Pochettino left the Saints to join Tottenham.

With both sides in-form, it could be a brilliant match and atmosphere and we’re backing a share of the spoils on the south coast.

Shoot Says: Draw

8 August 2015 - Barclays Premier League  - Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur - Dele Alli of Tottenham Hotspur - Photo: Marc Atkins / Offside.

Dele Alli has made a big impression in the Spurs midfield.

Norwich (H), Dec 26

Spurs then host the struggling Canaries at White Hart Lane in their first of two matches in three days over the busy Christmas period.

We see this being a comfortable win for the hosts, which will keep them in touch with the likes of Man City, Arsenal and Man United.

Shoot Says: Win

Watford (A), Dec 28

Pochettino’s players then travel to Vicarage Road to face a Hornets side that look the best equipped of the three promoted teams to stay up this season.

It won’t be an easy match for Tottenham, and we’re backing the hosts to take a point against their in-form visitors.

Shoot Says: Draw

Points: 36
League position: 4th

 
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