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Tottenham’s final league games compared to Liverpool, Aston Villa and Brighton



Tottenham’s final league games compared to Liverpool, Aston Villa and Brighton

The race for European football is really heating up as we enter the final month of the 2022/23 Premier League campaign. As things stand, Man City and Arsenal have already qualified for next season’s Champions League and they look set to be joined in the competition by Newcastle United and Manchester United.

That leaves Tottenham, Liverpool, Aston Villa and Brighton & Hove Albion battling it out for two places in the Europa League and one in the Europa Conference League. As is always the case in the final few weeks of the season, there will be plenty of twists and turns along the way and potentially a big surprise.

So who exactly do Tottenham, Liverpool, Aston Villa and Brighton face in their final games? takes a look below.

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06/05 – Crystal Palace (H) – 3pm

13/05 – Aston Villa (A) – 3pm

20/05 – Brentford (H) – 12.30pm

28/05 – Leeds United (A) – 4.30pm

Tottenham have some tricky games coming up in the final month of the season but there is an opportunity to get points on the board and clinch a European spot. The Crystal Palace and Brentford games won’t be straightforward at all, with the away trip to Aston Villa potentially a fixture that could have a major say on who finishes in Europe and who misses out.

Leeds are in a dreadful run of form at present but they could be in a position where they need to win on the final day at Elland Road to ensure their place in the Premier League for next season. Spurs’ run-in is certainly kinder than some of their European rivals, though.


03/05 – Fulham (H) – 8pm

06/05 – Brentford (H) – 5.30pm

15/05 – Leicester City (A) – 8pm

20/05 – Aston Villa (H) – 3pm

28/05 – Southampton (A) – 4.30pm

Liverpool are very much in the driving seat for a Europa League place after moving into fifth following their 4-3 win over Tottenham on Sunday. The Reds have a game in hand over both Spurs and Aston Villa, thus meaning they can extend their current two-point advantage to five providing that they win their extra match.

Coming into the final month of the season on the back of four successive league wins, Liverpool will be expected to win all five of their remaining games. The home showdown against Aston Villa in the penultimate week of the season could possibly help Spurs out in regards to a European spot.

Aston Villa

06/05 – Wolves (A) – 3pm

13/05 – Tottenham (H) – 3pm

20/05 – Liverpool (A) – 3pm

28/05 – Brighton & Hove Albion (H) – 4.30pm

Aston Villa have been on a great run of form of late to come from nowhere to contest for a European spot in the final weeks of the season. Losing 1-0 against Manchester United on Sunday, Unai Emery’s team need to bounce back on Saturday when they travel to Wolves.

Villa’s run-in then sees them face fellow European contenders Tottenham, Liverpool and Brighton & Hove Albion. If they come out of the three aforementioned games with a decent points total then they will certainly deserve a European spot for next season.

Brighton & Hove Albion

04/05 – Manchester United (H) – 8pm

08/05 – Everton (H) – 5.30pm

14/05 – Arsenal (A) – 4.30pm

18/05 – Newcastle United (A) – 7.30pm

21/05 – Southampton (H) – 2pm

24/05 – Man City (H) – 8pm

28/05 – Aston Villa (A) – 4.30pm

Brighton have enjoyed an incredible season under Roberto De Zerbi and they could crown such a good year with European football for next campaign. Only trailing Spurs and Aston Villa by two points, the Seagulls crucially have three games in hand over their rivals.

However, they have an extremely tricky run-in as they face five of the top seven over the next four weeks. Their crammed fixture list could prove problematic, although they will be confident of securing a top-seven finish if they can replicate the form that saw them humiliate Wolves 6-0 last weekend over the next month.

Their away trip to Aston Villa on the final day could potentially be a straight shootout for European football.


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