Date: 29th April 2016 at 5:56pm
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vs Chelsea (A), May 2

With Leicester heading to Man United a day earlier, Spurs may mathematically still be in the title race before this game. With champions Chelsea determined not to lose their crown to a fierce rival, however, the Blues will surely pull out all the stops to deny Tottenham. It could prove another frustrating Monday for Mauricio Pochettino.

Shoot Says: 1-1 draw

18th April 2016 - Barclays Premier League - Stoke City v Tottenham Hotspur - Harry Kane of Spurs scores their 1st goal - Photo: Simon Stacpoole / Offside.

Tottenham will hope that Manchester United can do them a favour against Leicester City on Sunday. Photo: Simon Stacpoole/Offside.

vs Southampton (H), May 8

Even without a Premier League title, this has been a fantastic season for Spurs, and they’ll look to end their home campaign in fitting fashion. Southampton’s season should too be over, with their European hopes narrower with each passing week, and the White Hart Lane faithful should have the opportunity to roar home one final victory.

Shoot Says: 3-1 win

vs Newcastle United (A), May 15

If the previous week’s clash with Southampton is something of a dead rubber, this certainly won’t be. Newcastle will be desperate for three points to again avoid relegation on the final day, but Spurs are unlikely to display the same generosity as rivals West Ham did last term, and could make this a miserable day for the Magpies.

Shoot Says: 2-1 win

League Position: 2nd
Overall Points: 76

 
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