Manchester City's attempt in pushing for that top spot of English Premier League table set to face a difficult test this Wednesday, January 29 as they face an in-form Tottenham Hotspur side at White Hart Lane.
Chelsea's lead at the top of England Premier League standing will be facing difficult challenge this Saturday, March 8 as they face up against fellow London side, Tottenham Hotspur at Stamford Bridge stadium.
Making their way into the next round of Europa League this past midweek brought that breath of confidence for Tottenham Hotspur players, something that they could really used ahead of their Premier League fixture against Cardiff City.
Losing 1-0 on their first leg battle, Tottenham Hotspur acknowledged the need to grab a win on their second leg Europa League challenge against Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk this Thursday, February 27 at White Hart Lane stadium.
Straight from their disappointing Europa League defeat last Thursday, Tottenham Hotspur must gear themselves up for another tricky Premier league tie as they travel to face Norwich City this Sunday, February 23.
Tottenham Hotspur's positive form in current English Premier League campaign will be tested in Europe as this Thrusday, February 20 they are set to battle against Ukranian side, Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk, in the first leg of Europa League fixture.
Suffering from two heavy defeats on their last league matches, things don't seem to get any easier for Newcastle United as this Wednesday, February 12 they are set for another difficult tie against Tottenham Hotspur.
The battle for top four finish in current English Premier League standings occurred this Sunday, February 9 when Tottenham Hotspur play host to Everton at White Hart Lane. After their heavy league defeat over Man City, Spurs are yet to regain their winning form and another difficult task as Everton won't be an easy opponent considering their excellent form so far this season.
Eager to improve their current seat in English Premier League standings, Swansea City might have to earn it in a hard way as this weekend Michael Laudrup's men are gearing up for a difficult battle against Tottenham Hotspur.
Getting eliminated from the FA Cup challenge by their arch rival, Arsenal is not a pleasing result for Tottenham Hotspur, that's why they are really eager to redeem themselves this Saturday, January 11 when they meet up against Crystal Palace in their latest English Premier League fixture.
Manchester United seem to have finally finding their consistency in English Premier League after grabbing several positive results in recent matches, but another difficult test set to face them this Wednesday, January 1, 2014 when they match up against Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford.
Slowly but sure, Tottenham Hotspur seemed to be getting themselves back on a positive run as they successfully bagged an important three points against Stoke City this weekend. The home side immediately set themselves on an attacking mode as they were pushing for three points to please their loyal fans.
Tottenham Hotspur ambition in following up their weekend victory fell short this midweek as Tim Sherwood's boys only managed to snatch a point from their home fixture against West Brom at White Hart Lane.
Another young talent is emerging for England national side as Andros Townsend showcasing his talent after netting an important goal last weekend on the player's debut against Montenegro. Commenting on that special debut, Three Lions' manager, Roy Hodgson stated his praise for the Tottenham Hotspur's man, saying that Townsend is one of the nation's future…
Tottenham Hotspur started off their Europa League campaign in a the best possible way after grabbing a convincing three goals lead over Tromso on Thursday. Spurs players reacted positively after that victory as defender, Jan Vertoghen revealed that although they might not face the strongest opponent, grabbing that result was still cherished. Verthogen hopes that…
Despite spending pretty big in the summer transfer market, Tottenham Hotspur are not preparing to challenge for title as just yet, as according to their manager, Andre Villas-Boas, his team will still be battling for Champions League spot this season. Villas-Boas stated that his team are not mentally prepared yet to experience the tension that…
The long and eventful transfer saga this summer finally meets its end when Gareth Bale was officially introduced as new Real Madrid player. Although admitting his joy in joining the La Liga giant, Bale still voiced out his gratitude towards his former club, Tottenham Hotspur, especially their fans who have been very supportive throughout his…
After such a long and winding road, the transfer move of Gareth Bale from Tottenham Hotspur to Real Madrid has finally been confirmed on Sunday. Acknowledging the fact that they're losing such an important player, Spurs manager, Andre Villas-Boas urged everyone at the club to simply move on from their loss and build a new…