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

02 December 2016|Tottenham Hotspur

A run-down of who's in action where and when across the Club this weekend...

First team
Premier League
Saturday, December 3, 2016
White Hart Lane, 3pm

Swansea City are the visitors to White Hart Lane on Saturday – and they arrive with momentum on their side following a stunning 5-4 victory at home to Crystal Palace last weekend.

That result followed on from a 1-1 draw at Everton the previous week, with new manager Bob Bradley looking to accumulate the points required to drag his side out of the drop zone.

Swansea have lost on all of their previous five Premier League visits to the Lane and, no doubt keen to see that run continue, Mauricio Pochettino told the media on Thursday that he's been happy with our players' work in the build-up to the game.


Under-18 Premier League
Saturday, December 3, 2016
Colney Training Centre, 12pm

Full of confidence after a stunning 10-1 victory over Stevenage in the FA Youth Cup in midweek, not to mention a 6-2 win at Southampton last weekend, our Under-18s return to league action at Norwich City on Saturday.

It's our final Under-18 Premier League fixture of the calendar year, with a break in the schedule paving the way for some overseas tournament campaigns over the next few weeks – as usual for us at this time of year.

With that in mind, the players will be keen to stake their claims for a place on the plane by producing another good performance.

However, after being held to a 2-2 draw by the Canaries at Hotspur Way earlier this season despite dominating the game, our coaches will be looking for the players to continue this week’s ruthlessness in front of goal in order to get the job done.


Spurs Ladies
SSE Women's FA Cup, first round
Sunday, December 4, 2016
Cheshunt FC, 1pm

On fire and unbeaten since the start of the season, the next big test for Spurs Ladies comes along this Sunday as they take their first steps in this season's SSE FA Women's Cup.

In opposition are Leyton Orient Women, who Karen Hills' side beat 2-0 a fortnight ago in the Capital Women's Cup.

A repeat result in this home first round tie will undoubtedly be the target – why not pop along to Cheshunt on Sunday to cheer the Ladies on? Kick-off is at 1pm.