Spurs start Premier League campaign at home to Aston Villa
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Tottenham Hotspur will begin the 2019/20 season at home to Aston Villa and finish away to Crystal Palace
Spurs will face Manchester City and Arsenal in the opening month of the 2019/20 Premier League season, but do for the first time since 2010 have a home match first up with newly promoted Aston Villa set to visit north London on August 10.
Tottenham Hotspur will take on Dean Smith's team before a week later they travel to the champions.
Newcastle United make the trip to N17 on the penultimate weekend of August before the opening month of the campaign concludes with a tantalising north London derby at the Emirates.
Fans will be happy with Tottenham's schedule over Christmas with the festive period beginning with a home clash against Chelsea on December 21 before another match in London on Boxing Day when Brighton & Hove Albion visit the capital.
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Mauricio Pochettino's team will travel to Norwich City two days later and start the New Year with a trip to Southampton.
Tottenham also have only one top six rival during their last eight matches, at home to Arsenal on April 25, and finish the season away to Crystal Palace on May 17.
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All fixtures are subject to change.
Tottenham Hotspur's Premier League fixtures 2019/20:
August 10 Aston Villa (h)
August 17 Manchester City (a)
August 24 Newcastle United (h)
August 31 Arsenal (a)
September 14 Crystal Palace (h)
September 21 Leicester City (a)
September 28 Southampton (h)
October 5 Brighton (a)
October 19 Watford (h)
October 26 Liverpool (a)
November 2 Everton (a)
November 9 Sheffield United (h)
November 23 West Ham United (a)
November 30 A.F.C. Bournemouth (h)
December 3 Manchester United (a)
December 7 Burnley (h)
December 14 Wolverhampton (a)
December 21 Chelsea (h)
December 26 Brighton (h)
December 28 Norwich City (a)
January 1 Southampton (a)
January 11 Liverpool (h)
January 18 Watford (a)
January 22 Norwich City (h)
February 1 Manchester City (h)
February 8 Aston Villa (a)
February 22 Chelsea (a)
February 29 Wolverhampton (h)
March 7 Burnley (a)
March 14 Manchester United (h)
March 21 West Ham United (h)
April 4 Sheffield United (a)
April 11 Everton (h)
April 18 A.F.C. Bournemouth (a)
April 25 Arsenal (h)
May 2 Newcastle United (a)
May 9 Leicester City (h)
May 17 Crystal Palace (a)