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The White Hart Lane side open with a tough looking test away at Newcastle United, with the first North London derby against Arsenal scheduled for November 17

Tottenham's new manager will begin the Premier League campaign with a tricky opening day fixture at last-season's surprise package Newcastle United.

The month of November is one to catch the eye as, after taking on reigning Premier League champions Manchester City at the Etihad on November 10, Spurs will take on rivals Arsenal before welcoming West Ham to the Emirates a week later.

Tottenham will travel to Paul Lambert's Aston Villa for the traditional Boxing Day fixture, and will welcome Championship winners Reading on New Year's Day.

The reverse fixture with Arsenal is the club's first home game in March, and a pair of tricky matches lie in wait during April; first a trip to Chelsea, and then a home match with Manchester City.

Spurs end the season at home to Sunderland.

TOTTENHAM
AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER
18: Newcastle (A)
25: West Brom (H)

1: Norwich (H)
15: Reading (A)
22: QPR (H)
29: Man Utd (A)

6: Aston Villa (H)
20: Chelsea (H)
27: Southampton (A)

3: Wigan (H)
10: Man City (A)
17: Arsenal (A)
24: West Ham (H)
27: Liverpool (H)

1: Fulham (A)
8: Everton (A)
15: Swansea (H)
22: Stoke (H)
26: Villa (A)
29: Sunderland (A)

JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
MAY
1: Reading (H)
12: QPR (A)
19: Man Utd (H)
29: Norwich (A)


2: West Brom (A)
9: Newcastle (H)
23: West Ham (A)
2: Arsenal (H)
9: Liverpool (A)
16: Fulham (H)
30: Swansea (A)
6: Everton (H)
13: Chelsea (A)
20: Man City (H)
27: Wigan (A)
4: Southampton (H)
12: Stoke (A)
19: Sunderland
(H)

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