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PremierLeague-News.Com - Here we take a look at who Tottenham and their fellow top-four rivals have to play in the Premier League in the final month of the season as the battle for Champions League football continues
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Tottenham are now fifth in the Premier League table with four games remaining after beating Sheffield United 4-0 on Sunday evening. Desperately needing a win over the Blades to keep their slim top-four hopes alive, Ryan Mason's team were in fine form as they closed the gap on Chelsea in fourth to five points. All Spurs can do at present in regards to securing a Champions League place for next season is to win all their matches and hope that results go their way between now and the final day. It is a lot to make up heading into the final four fixtures but their rivals do have some rather tricky games coming up over the next few weeks. Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Play now So how do Tottenham's remaining league games compare to the likes of Leicester City, Chelsea, West Ham and Liverpool ahead of the final push? football.london takes a look. Tottenham - 56 points 08/05 - Leeds United (A) 16/05 - Wolves (H) 19/05 - Aston Villa (H) 23/05 - Leicester City (A) Read More Related Articles Ryan Mason has taken three games to highlight Jose Mourinho's mistake at Tottenham Read More Related Articles Gareth Bale names the player who really impressed him in Tottenham's big win vs Sheffield United Tottenham do have a decent set of fixtures to finish the season with and it could potentially all come down to the final day at Leicester City. The away games will be tough for Mason's side to come out with maximum points but many will fancy Spurs to win both of their upcoming home games against Wolves and Aston Villa. Leicester City - 63 points 07/05 - Newcastle United (H) 12/05 - Manchester United (A) 19/05 - Chelsea (A) 23/05 - Tottenham (H) Leicester City's final four games could prove decisive to their top-four aspirations (Image: JULIAN FINNEY/POOL/AFP via Getty Images) Leicester's draw away at Southampton on Friday night may prove to be incredibly costly come the final day going on their remaining fixtures. Having missed out on the top four 12 months ago having looked so certain of securing a Champions League place, there is going to be an awful lot of pressure on Brendan Rodgers and his side to get the job done this time. Chelsea - 61 points 08/05 - Man City (A) 12/05 - Arsenal (H) 19/05 - Leicester City (H) 23/05 - Aston Villa (A) Read More Related Articles Tottenham player ratings: Gareth Bale hat-trick shows what might have been and Son scores beauty Read More Related Articles Every word Ryan Mason said about Gareth Bale's Tottenham future, Serge Aurier and VAR decision Chelsea are in a very good position at present to finish in the top four due to their five-point cushion over Spurs and their current form. However, they have some very tricky games on the agenda and they also may have a Champions League final as well as an FA Cup final date to add to the calendar in May. West Ham - 55 points 03/05 - Burnley (A) 09/05 - Everton (H) 15/05 - Brighton & Hove Albion (A) 19/05 - West Brom (A) 23/05 - Southampton (H) West Ham will still fancy their chances of finishing the season in the top four going on their final five fixtures (Image: KIRSTY WIGGLESWORTH/POOL/AFP via Getty Images) The Hammers do have a game in hand and they will be hoping to crank up the pressure on their rivals by beating Burnley away on Monday night. David Moyes' team really do have a good set of fixtures, on paper, to finish the season and they could well spring a surprise and claim a shock Champions League spot. Liverpool - 54 points 08/05 - Southampton (H) 16/05 - West Brom (A) 19/05 - Burnley (A) 23/05 - Crystal Palace (H) TBC - Manchester United (A) Football.
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Liverpool also have a game in hand still to play following the postponement of Sunday's game at Manchester United following protests on the pitch at Old Trafford. The Reds do have plenty of winnable matches to finish off the season, but their form has been so hit and miss in the past few weeks and that's what could ultimately cost them. However, you would still back them to win their home fixtures and also do well on the road.
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