Spurs set for tricky opening

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Tottenham Hotspur will be looking to get off to a good start in the 2011/12 campaign, as they host an opening day fixture against Everton.

Harry Redknapp's side then face the daunting prospect of an away trip to the reigning Barclays Premier League champions Manchester United, followed by a home game against the Reds' neighbours Manchester City.

Spurs welcome Kenny Dalglish's Liverpool side to White Hart Lane on 17 September, and two weeks later will host part one of the north London derby as Arsenal come to town.

Away trips to Newcastle and Blackburn follow, with September concluded by another London derby with the visit of newly promoted Queens Park Rangers to round up the opening ten fixtures.

Tottenham host Chelsea on 20 December and face a difficult February with trips to both Liverpool and Arsenal.

The final standout fixture is a home game against Manchester United on 3 March, with Spurs' run-in consisting of Blackburn at home, Aston Villa away, and a final day visit of Fulham.



13/08/2011 Tottenham v Everton

20/08/2011 Man Utd v Tottenham

27/08/2011 Tottenham v Man City

10/09/2011 Wolves v Tottenham

17/09/2011 Tottenham v Liverpool

24/09/2011 Wigan v Tottenham

01/10/2011 Tottenham v Arsenal

15/10/2011 Newcastle v Tottenham

22/10/2011 Blackburn v Tottenham

29/10/2011 Tottenham v QPR


01/10/2011 Tottenham v Arsenal

20/12/2011 Tottenham v Chelsea

04/02/2012 Liverpool v Tottenham

25/02/2012 Arsenal v Tottenham

03/03/2012 Tottenham v Man Utd


28/04/2012 Tottenham v Blackburn

05/05/2012 Aston Villa v Tottenham

13/05/2012 Tottenham v Fulham

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