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Premier League: Tottenham 13/2 to lose next three games

After falling out of the Premier League's top four with just one victory in their last four matches, Tottenham are given odds of 13/2 to lose their next three games against Newcastle, Manchester United and Liverpool.

Since Antonio Conte's dramatic departure as manager last month, his former assistant Cristian Stellini has struggled to rally an out-of-sorts Tottenham squad after being appointed as the club's interim boss until the end of the season.

Stellini's first four matches in charge have gone far from smoothly, with away draws at strugglers Everton and Southampton followed up by a fortuitous home victory against Brighton and an ignominious 3-2 loss to Bournemouth in front of their home fans.

Tottenham's recent woes have seen the club relinquish their position in the top four of the Premier League, with Spurs sat three points behind Newcastle in fourth with the Magpies also boasting a game in hand.

It's clear something has got to give in order for Spurs to qualify for next season's Champions League, with the north London club set for a defining set of matches with three of the Premier League's current top four up next.

Spurs' next three Premier League fixtures are as follows - Newcastle (a), Manchester United (h), Liverpool (a). You can bet on the number of points Tottenham will amass in these three games:

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Whether or not Spurs can end this campaign strongly and claw themselves back into the top four will likely have significant ramifications with regards to talisman Harry Kane's future and the identity of the club's next manager.

Kane has enjoyed a strong individual campaign for Spurs, with his tally of 23 Premier League goals so far this season bettered by only Manchester City's Erling Haaland, and there is growing speculation that the England captain will seek a move away from Tottenham this summer as he seeks a first career trophy.

The 29-year-old could be tempted to extended his stay at Spurs should the team clinch a Champions League place, however, which adds increased importance to the end of this current campaign. 

Tottenham are currently rated 5/6 favourites to be Kane's next club come September 3rd, with Premier League rivals Manchester United next in the reckoning at odds of 13/8.

On the managerial front, ex-Barcelona boss Luis Enrique has emerged as the latest frontrunner for the vacant position at Spurs at odds of 3/1.

High-profile candidates such as Enrique, a former Champions League winner with Barca, and Julian Nagelsmann, one of the most highly-rated young coaches in Europe, may wish to wait and see where Spurs end up this term before declaring their allegiance to the club.

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Remaining Tottenham fixtures:

FixtureDate *
Newcastle (a)23rd April
Man United (h)27th April
Liverpool (a)30th April
Crystal Palace (h)6th May
Aston Villa (a)13th May
Brentford (h)20th May
Leeds United (a)28th May

*Dates subject to change

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