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

11 May 2017|Tottenham Hotspur

There's no doubt that the showpiece fixture this weekend is the last game at White Hart Lane against Manchester United on Sunday, but we've a host of other matches across the club coming up as well, including a second fixture against the Red Devils...

First team
Premier League
Sunday, May 14, 2017
White Hart Lane, 4.30pm

We say farewell to our home of 118 years on Sunday as we face Manchester United in the last ever game at White Hart Lane, before it makes way for our new stadium.

We have remained unbeaten at the Lane all season and will be determined to keep that run going for one more fixture in order to give the stadium a poignant send-off.

Ahead of the weekend's action, United are sixth on 65 points – four points outside the top four – and so will be keen to take maximum points themselves.

If Manchester City beat Leicester City on Saturday lunchtime, a draw would be enough for us to effectively seal second place with two games remaining, barring a large goal swing. Victory would mean second place is set in stone.

Elsewhere, Josh Onomah and Kyle Walker-Peters have this week been named in the England Under-20s squad for the FIFA Under-20 World Cup in Korea Republic. Cameron Carter-Vickers, currently recovering from an injury, has been included in the United States' squad.


Development squad
Premier League 2
Monday, May 15, 2017
Old Trafford, 7pm

Our final Premier League 2 fixture of the season, rearranged from last month, takes place at Old Trafford on Monday as we take on Manchester United's Under-23s.

Barring an 11-goal defeat, we are now safe from relegation with Reading and Southampton in the bottom two and, although we're level on points with the Royals, albeit with a better goal difference, a victory against United would propel us up to sixth in the 12-team division – an indication of just how tight the lower half of the table has been this term.

You'll be able to follow live match updates on Twitter @SpursOfficial.


Under-18 Premier League
Saturday, May 13, 2017
Derby County Football Academy, 12noon

Our Under-18s play their final game of the Under-18 Premier League season away at Derby County on Saturday.

Should Aston Villa drop points against Stoke City, a win over the Rams would see us top the table in merit group two.

We'll have live updates from the game on Twitter @SpursOfficial.

Three players who won't feature are defender TJ Eyoma, midfielder Tashan Oakley-Boothe and striker Reo Griffiths, who are with England Under-17s at the European Under-17 Championship finals in Croatia.

TJ and Tashan started all three of England's games in the group stage as they claimed victories over Norway (3-1), Ukraine (4-0) and the Netherlands (3-0), while Reo came on as a late substitute against Norway.

They'll face Republic of Ireland in the quarter-finals on Saturday morning.


Spurs Ladies
FA Women's Premier League South
Sunday, May 14, 2017
Thurrock FC, 2pm

Champions Spurs Ladies complete their regular league fixtures on Sunday with a trip to West Ham United.

Karen Hills' side, who completed a treble for the season last weekend by lifting the League Cup, in addition to the Boux Avenue Cup which they won at the start of last month, actually secured the league crown against the Hammers in the reverse fixture at White Hart Lane back on April 19, winning 4-0.

Can they repeat the trick this time around?

As always, we'll have all the latest here on early next week...