Tottenham head into the November international break in 14th place following a 1-1 draw with Sheffield United on Saturday (per BBC Sport), putting the north London side in an uncomfortable position.
Tottenham Hotspur’s next six Premier League games:
West Ham United (A)
Manchester United (A)
— Last Word On Spurs (@LastWordOnSpurs) November 10, 2019
After the Premier League returns, Tottenham face a difficult run of fixtures in the English top-flight that sees Mauricio Pochettino’s side take on the likes of West Ham in east London, Manchester United on the road, and Chelsea at home.
Fixtures against Wolves at Molineux and Burnley at home could also prove to be potential banana skins for Tottenham given their form this season which has seen Spurs draw to the likes of Watford and lose to Newcastle United (per BBC Sport).
And this seemingly hard run of games has Tottenham supporters on social media worried given how poor the club has started life in the Premier League this season, with Spurs winning just three matches after 12 fixtures in the 2019/20 campaign (per the Premier League’s official website).
Here’s what Tottenham fans on Twitter had to say about their upcoming Premier League fixtures, with lots of supporters fearing the worst for the club…
they are actually all hard fixtures honestly theres not one game i am confident we will win and lets not sleep on the fact poch has not beaten ole ever since he was hired and i see lampard’s youth running us ragged
— Jspurs (@Jspurs3) November 10, 2019
If something doesn’t change soon I can only see 0 wins 3 draws
We don’t look like ever winning a league game again, confidence is the lowest it’s ever been, people harp on about the top 4 but this team could be in a relegation fight (with no fight)
— Andy K (@AndyTHFC14) November 10, 2019
West Ham(0)- worse form than us, means they’ll win
Bournemouth(3) – sneak a lucky last min winner
Man U(0) – get beat comfortably
Burnley(1) – hang on for a 1-1
Wolves(0) – will outplay us for large periods
Chelsea(1) – show grit but will only manage to draw
— Stu Spiller (@TheRealSpiller) November 11, 2019
West Ham United (A) 1
Bournemouth (H) 1
Manchester United (A) 0
Burnley (H) 1
Wolves (A) 0
Chelsea (H) 0
That was being optimistic. #thfc
— Henrik Örtenvik (@Ortenvik) November 11, 2019
I genuinely do not know but based on our current performances one thing I am sure of is that we will have the best stadium in the Championship next season
— Tim Curtis (@wistownomad) November 11, 2019
Hapless, rudderless, hopeless etc.. I can’t honestly see us winning any of these games. Pochettino is a good man, but he’s not for Spurs anymore.
— Marmaduke Buttocks (@FordreyIan) November 11, 2019
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