Spurs dispatched Bournemouth with relative ease on Sunday despite losing start attacker Harry Kane to a first-half injury. In his absence, do they have enough in the tank to maintain a top-four spot?
Spurs fired themselves ahead of Chelsea in the top four race this weekend. Can they push on now and leave Conte’s struggling team in the dust?
Is top 4 still in the cards for Spurs? Between their struggles to beat lesser sides and some daunting matches looming this month, I’m not so sure.
Spurs got the new year off to a good start with a victory away to lowly Swansea and dramatic rally to draw at home to West Ham. With even more important matches on the horizon, are they finding their groove at just the right time?
Spurs have had another awkwardly familiar and poor November. Could it all be turned around by New Year’s?
Poor home performances and City’s utter dominance have all but ended dreams of a league title for Tottenham this year. So, what can Spurs still win?
Spurs have been steadily rising since the turn of the decade. Instead of merely hoping to compete with the top 6 teams, we’ve reached a level where we should expect to beat them. Unfortunately, the team’s mentality doesn’t appear to have caught up just yet.
Erik Lamela’s long journey to fitness is almost complete. What positives can he bring to an already-firing Spurs team this season?
Manchester United face Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford this Saturday. With Kane’s outstanding goal scoring record so far, and United’s recent loss against Huddersfield, will Spurs manage a win over the Red Devils or will Kane be tamed?
Wembley has not been an easy place for Spurs to play, but they’ll have to get over their fears quickly as their second game of the new season is against archrivals Chelsea at England’s historic venue.