It kicks-off tonight at Oxford United followed by Sheffield FC at Cheshunt FC on Sunday (2pm).
Spurs go into the double-header sixth of 10 in WSL 2 on 13 points, a point ahead of both teams with Sheffield in seventh and Oxford in eighth.
"It's a massive few days for us," said manager Karen Hills. "These are matches against teams closest to us in the table and if we manage to come out with positive results it will go a long way to taking us to a good finish in our first season in the WSL.
"We beat Oxford at home in February, so we're confident but know we're in for another tough game. The players are hungry to get out there and play again."