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Tottenham’s huge advantage over Man City and Arsenal for Premier League return

Tottenham news – Ange Postecoglou’s Spurs have to wait until next Monday for their Premier League return clash against Fulham

After the October international break, domestic football is set to resume this weekend, with Tottenham appearing to have a significant advantage over their Premier League rivals.With six wins out of a possible eight, new manager Ange Postecoglou has helped Spurs remain unbeaten in the league so far this season. With 20 points, they are currently in first place.

They are joined at the top of the Premier League by their rivals from north London, Arsenal, with Manchester City and Liverpool filling the final two slots in the top four.After the pragmatic approach of the club’s last two managers, Antonio Conte and Jose Mourinho, Postecoglou’s attacking style of play at Spurs has been a breath of new air for supporters.

With games against all three promoted teams and Bournemouth, who are presently occupying the bottom four slots in the standings, Spurs have enjoyed a favorable fixture schedule to open the season. The Lilywhites have defeated Liverpool, Manchester United, and Arsenal while earning seven points, dispelling the notion that the season has gone off to a smooth start.

The Postecoglou team’s last-second victories over Liverpool and Sheffield United are evidence that perhaps luck has been on their side, but they are also a testament to their resiliency given that they have already gained eight points this season from deficits. Destiny Udogie received his first call-up to the senior Italy national team as a result of Spurs’ strong start to the season.

Prior to the most recent international break, Tottenham defeated Luton Town despite playing the entire second half with just 10 men. Since it was the first game of the weekend, Spurs had the opportunity to establish the early tempo. However, after a two-week break, they now face the opposite challenge, which could perhaps prove to be more difficult.

The Premier League will resume on Saturday at noon when Liverpool takes on Everton in a Merseyside Derby. Manchester City will play Brighton at 3 p.m., and Chelsea will host Arsenal at Stamford Bridge to wrap up the day. Tottenham, meanwhile, must wait until Monday night to play Fulham, and while fans will have to wait a few more days to see their squad in action, it will probably be a nice break for the club’s international stars.

Cristian Romero and Son Heung-min, for example, would have had to travel a long distance round trip to represent Argentina and South Korea, respectively, prior to the game. Thankfully,

For Chelsea midfielder Moises Caicedo and Liverpool midfielder Alexis Mac Allister, who both traveled back from South America during the September international break, the extra 48 hours could be crucial if any fitness issues arise with the numerous arrivals at Hotspur Way. It should be remembered, though, that Spurs play their first game of the following gameweek just four days later, on Friday night, when they travel to Crystal Palace.

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