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Jose Mourinho's men were three games without a win when the season was suspended, sitting seven points behind fourth-placed Chelsea. The 2019/20 Premier League season is currently frozen in time. The coronavirus pandemic has led to a nationwide lockdown and the postponement of all sporting fixtures. But it has been confirmed that the campaign will resume next month. Champions League fans from all over the world can buy online Champions League Tickets to enjoy its stunning performances.

In the case of Tottenham Hotspur, they will be looking to make a charge towards qualifying for Europe. Possibly even the Champions League, particularly if Manchester City’s European ban is upheld.

Since Jose Mourinho was appointed, only Liverpool and the two Manchester teams have earned more league points than Spurs. But how have they tended to do in the final nine league matches of seasons in the past?

As a general rule, they haven’t been as successful as in the opening three-quarters of the campaign. Last year was the ultimate example of this, where Spurs took just 10 points from their final nine matches, though of course reaching the Champions League final played a part in that.

Tottenham fans will be hoping their team takes inspiration from 2016/17 when they won eight of their last nine games, as unlikely as it is that a repeat performance will occur. The good news is that most of their toughest remaining fixtures are at home, with only one of their four games on the road against a club currently in the top half of the table.

In terms of the traditional big clubs, Manchester United and Arsenal still have to visit Tottenham in 2019/20. United won their last season, but it was their first victory at Spurs since 2012, and the Gunners have only picked up three points once in their last 11 league visits.

Tottenham’s final home game in theory sees third place Leicester City visit north London. History suggests it should be entertaining, as the last five meetings at Spurs have included 5-4 and 4-3 home wins.

Aside from those three games, Tottenham’s only other match against a team currently in the top half sees them travel to Bramall Lane. There’s no recent history between the teams, aside from a 1-1 draw last November. It should be close when they next clash.

Spurs’ other remaining games on home turf see them host Everton and West Ham United. Tottenham fans won’t need reminding that the Hammers won on their patch last season, though Spurs did return the favor in Mourinho’s first game in charge. As for the Toffees, their last win at Tottenham was back in 2008. The final three matches on the road will see Tottenham travel to face Bournemouth, Newcastle, and then Crystal Palace on the final weekend.

Spurs suffered defeat at the Vitality Stadium in the penultimate game of 2018/19 but had won 5-1 and 4-1 in two of their three visits before that. Newcastle may bring back painful memories of a 5-1 defeat on the final day of 2015/16, though both Tyneside meetings since have resulted in away wins.

That just leaves Spurs with Selhurst Park, and a fixture they’ve won 1-0 in each of the last three seasons. Who knows if it will be the final match once the rest of the season is rescheduled, but there’s every chance Tottenham will head into the summer on a high if it is.

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