Tottenham’s next five fixtures compared to Aston Villa and Man Utd in Champions League battle

By Staff

Ange Postecoglou and his Tottenham players will now have to wait until the end of March for their next Premier League game. Following Saturday evening’s wretched 3-0 defeat against Fulham at Craven Cottage, Spurs missed such a golden chance to move ahead of Aston Villa and into fourth.

With the first international break of 2024 commencing from Monday, the Lilywhites’ next fixture comes at home to Luton Town on Saturday, March 30. The start of a crucial period of games for Tottenham at the business end of the season, Champions League football is very much on the line with Spurs, Aston Villa and Manchester United all fighting it out for a place in Europe’s premier competition.

The upcoming fixtures in late March and April will prove crucial to their hopes come the end of May, with the 2023/24 Premier League season edging ever closer to a conclusion. But who exactly do the three teams play in their next five league games? takes a look below.


30/03 – Luton Town (H)

02/04 – West Ham (A)

08/04 – Nottingham Forest (H)

13/04 – Newcastle United (A)

27/04 – Arsenal (H)

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Tottenham do have a couple of favourable home games on the agenda before facing Arsenal in late April. Luton Town and Nottingham Forest are fighting for their lives at present but they are games Spurs will be expected to win given the quality Postecoglou has in his squad.

West Ham away is never an easy game for Tottenham but it is one they really need to be winning in their quest for Champions League football. One thing for certain is that Spurs will be looking to put things right against Newcastle at St James’ Park in the middle of April after their 6-1 trouncing in the north east 12 months ago.

Originally down to face Man City on Saturday, April 20, that game will now be pushed back to later in the season due to City’s FA Cup involvement and the North London Derby is the next fixture in the calendar as things stand.

Aston Villa

17/03 – West Ham (A)

30/03 – Wolves (H)

03/04 – Man City (A)

06/04 – Brentford (H)

14/04 – Arsenal (A)

Tottenham could potentially benefit from a couple of Aston Villa’s games in April as Unai Emery’s team are due to come up against title contenders Man City and Arsenal away from home. Villa have beaten both on home soil already this campaign but they will have some challenge on their hands trying to do likewise at the Etihad Stadium and Emirates Stadium respectively.

What will make things even trickier for Aston Villa heading to north London is the fact that their game comes a couple of days after hosting French side Lille in the Europa Conference League. West Ham away will not be an easy match and the same goes for the home clash against Wolves. The Villans will be expected to claim maximum points at home to Brentford.

Manchester United

30/03 – Brentford (A)

04/04 – Chelsea (A)

07/04 – Liverpool (H)

14/04 – Bournemouth (A)

20/04 – Newcastle United (H)

Manchester United do have some tricky games on the agenda with two away fixtures in west London coming up as they travel to Brentford and Chelsea. The Bees are in need of the points to move away from the drop zone and the Blues will require a win in their European push.

Liverpool will be the favourites to win at Old Trafford as they contest for the Premier League title, although it does need to be remembered that Man United did get a point at Anfield in December following a 0-0 draw. Bournemouth away will not be straightforward either given their good form this season and Newcastle United will head to Old Trafford still battling for a place in Europe.

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