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Major sporting events, including the Premier League, have been suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The Premier League was suspended until at least April 3, however, the FA released a statement which confirmed that the professional game will be suspended until no earlier than 30 April.
This has led to uncertainty over how the season will finish but according to the news which emerged on Saturday, discussions were taken over plans to finish the season over a four-to-six-week period in July, with games played behind closed doors.
So how could Tottenham’s fixture look like when the league resumes in July?
Spurs have nine Premier League games remaining and if the fixture list was to follow the same format, here is how the fixture’s list could look like via football.london.
Wednesday, July 1 – Man United (h)
Saturday, July 4 – West Ham (h)
Wednesday, July 8 – Sheffield United (a)
Saturday, July 11 – Everton (h)
Wednesday, July 15 -Bournemouth (a)
Saturday, July 18 – Arsenal (h)
Wednesday, July 22 – Newcastle (a)
Saturday, July 25 – Leicester City (h)
Wednesday, July 29 – Crystal Palace (a)
source – Football.London