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Man Utd, Newcastle, Tottenham’s remaining PL fixtures compared as top four race heats up

Ryan Smart

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Man Utd, Newcastle, Tottenham’s remaining PL fixtures compared as top four race heats up

Manchester United, Newcastle and Tottenham all secured vital victories on Saturday as they battle to finish inside the top four places in the Premier League.

Providing Arsenal and Manchester City finish in the top two places, only two of the above three teams can automatically qualify for the Champions League next season - although there is a scenario in which United can finish further down and still qualify via winning the Europa League.

Erik ten Hag's side produced a dominant display to defeat Everton 2-0 at lunchtime, with Newcastle winning 2-1 away at Brentford later in the day.

Tottenham, meanwhile, completed the trio of positive results with a controversial 2-1 victory over Brighton, where VAR intervened on several occasions.

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Newcastle and United both have 56 points from 29 games, with Eddie Howe's side ahead on goal difference.

Spurs are three points further back, having played a game more than the two teams above them.

Here is the full list of remaining fixtures for each of the three sides.

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Newcastle (3rd) - 56 points, 29 games

  • Aston Villa (A) - April 15
  • Tottenham (H) - April 23
  • Everton (A) - April 27
  • Southampton (H) - April 30
  • Arsenal (H) - May 7
  • Leeds (A) - May 13
  • Leicester (H) - May 20
  • Chelsea (A) - May 28
  • - Game against Brighton (H) to be rearranged.

Manchester United (4th) - 56 points, 29 games

  • Nottingham Forest (A) - April 16
  • Tottenham (H) - April 27
  • Aston Villa (H) - April 30
  • Brighton (A) - May 4
  • West Ham (H) - May 7
  • Wolves (H) - May 13
  • Bournemouth (A) - May 20
  • Fulham (H) - May 28
  • * - Game against Chelsea (H) to be rearranged.
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Tottenham (5th) - 53 points, 30 games

  • Bournemouth (H) - April 15
  • Newcastle (A) - April 23
  • Manchester United (H) - April 27
  • Liverpool (A) - April 30
  • Crystal Palace (H) - May 6
  • Aston Villa (A) - May 13
  • Brentford (H) - May 20
  • Leeds (A) - May 28

Featured Image Credit: Alamy / Antonio Pozo/pressinphoto/Sipa USA

Topics: Premier League, Newcastle United, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United

Ryan Smart
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