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Spurs weekend preview – all the fixtures for our sides...

Posted on 25 November 2016  - 11:50

It's set to be another busy weekend of action across the Club. Here's a run-down of who is playing where and when...


First team
Premier League
Saturday, November 26, 2016
Stamford Bridge, 5.30pm

We travel to current Premier League leaders Chelsea on Saturday, looking to end the Blues' six-game winning streak.

Their last league defeat came at Arsenal at the end of September, although they did lose 2-1 at West Ham in the EFL Cup on October 26.

Mauricio Pochettino gave us a team news update ahead of the game on Thursday.


Development squad
Premier League 2
Monday, November 28, 2016
Eppleton Colliery Welfare Ground, 7pm

Ugo Ehiogu's side will look to haul themselves off the bottom of the Premier League 2 table when they travel to Sunderland on Monday night.

The fixture against the fourth-placed Black Cats, who frequently perform well at this level, will see us reach the half-way point of this Premier League 2 campaign and Ugo will be eyeing an improved performance after the disappointment of the 2-0 home loss to Arsenal last week.

You'll be able to follow the match with live updates on our Twitter account, @SpursOfficial.


Under-18 Premier League
Saturday, November 26, 2016
Staplewood, 11.30am

Our Under-18s will look to bounce back from their frustrating defeat away to Monaco in the UEFA Youth League in midweek when they travel to Southampton on Saturday morning.

We hosted the Saints on the opening day of the season and registered a 4-1 win on that occasion, and the players will be aiming for another bright performance on the south coast as they look to build on last weekend's 2-1 home victory over West Ham United.


Spurs Ladies
FA Women's Premier League
Sunday, November 27, 2016
Shrivenham FC, 2pm

Still full of confidence after their unbeaten start to the season and the 1-0 victory over Coventry United in a top-of-the-table clash a fortnight ago, Spurs Ladies return to league action on Sunday with an away match against Swindon Town.

Karen Hills' side beat Swindon 4-1 in the reverse fixture on the opening day of the season and, with Town having won two and lost their remaining nine domestic games so far in 2016-17, Spurs will be determined to grab another victory this time around.

As usual, we'll have full post-match coverage here on early next week.