Tottenham Premier League fixtures 2019/20: Spurs kick off new campaign vs Aston Villa

TOTTENHAM will begin their new Premier League season at home against newly-promoted Aston Villa.

Mauricio Pochettino have been rightfully praised for continuing to battle against their fellow top six rivals on what is often a far smaller budget.

Many revelled in Spurs' ability to get results, despite having not signed a single player in the transfer market in the entire season.

And while Champions League football is guaranteed for next year, the pressure will be even greater on Pochettino's shoulders.

Tottenham's Premier League fixtures

Having shrugged off interest from Manchester United, the Argentine coach continues to mould Tottenham into a highly talented, but also relatively cheap side compared to their rivals.

Despite not signing anyone this season, they came within 90 minutes of picking up their first piece of silverware under Pochettino – the Champions League. 

The Premier League was out of reach before it really got started, despite initially looking like challengers, with Manchester City and Liverpool always seen are being far too strong.

Defeats in the fourth round of the FA Cup and Carabao Cup semi-finals ended their hopes of winning a domestic title before February.

But after seeing of Borussia Dortmund in the first knockout round, Fernando Llorente's 73rd minute striker in the quarter-final second leg against Man City really started getting Spurs fans excited.

Tottenham were through to the semis on away goals, but Real Madrid and Juventus conquerors Ajax stood in their way.

Yet, Lucas Moura – coincidentally the club's last signing – netted a hat-trick including in the 96th minute to send them to the final in Madrid.

But Liverpool proved too strong, running out 2-0 winners and another chance at a trophy was lost.

With plenty of money to spend, despite potentially losing Christian Eriksen, Pochettino will be expected to deliver next season.

What are Tottenham's fixtures?


10 Aston Villa (h)
17 Man City (a)
24 Newcastle (h)
31 Arsenal (a)


14 Crystal Palace (h)
21 Leicester (a)
28 Southampton (h)


5 Brighton (a)
19 Watford (h)
26 Liverpool (a)


2 Everton (a)
9 Sheff Utd (h)
23 West Ham (a)
30 Bournemouth (h)


3 Man Utd (a)
7 Burnley (h)
14 Wolves (a)
21 Chelsea (h)
26 Brighton (h)
28 Norwich (a)


1 Southampton (a)
11 Liverpool (h)
18 Watford (a)
22 Norwich (h)


1 Man City (h)
8 Aston Villa (a)
22 Chelsea (a)
29 Wolves (h)


7 Burnley (a)
14 Man Utd (h)
21 West Ham (h)


4 Sheff Utd (a)
11 Everton (h)
18 Bournemouth (a)
25 Arsenal (h)


2 Newcastle (a)
9 Leicester (h)
17 Crystal Palace (a)

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