The Premier League table now offers Tottenham fans much better readability after putting an end to their somber form.

After five losses in six league games last month, Jose Mourinho’s men came to the rescue with a 4-0 win over Burnley on home soil.

After a hard-fought 1-0 win in their next game in the capital, Fulham, they met another four on their return to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium by putting Crystal Palace by the sword.

Now in seventh and five points ahead of Chelsea in fourth, but with one game in hand, Tottenham must continue their momentum through the remaining eleven games to qualify for the Champions League via the Premier League.

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It will be extremely difficult, however, when Manchester United, Leicester City, Chelsea, West Ham, Everton and Liverpool are also in the mix for three of the spots.

How do Tottenham’s remaining league games compare to their top 4 rivals in recent months? Football.London takes a look.

Tottenham – 45 points

14/03 – Arsenal (A)

03/21 – Aston Villa (A)

03/04 – Newcastle United (A)

10/04 – Manchester United (H)

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17/04 – Everton (A)

05/01 – Sheffield United (H)

08/05 – Leeds United (A)

12/05 – wolves (H)

15/05 – Aston Villa (H)

23/05 – Leicester City (A)

TBC – Southampton (H)

Gareth Bale celebrates his first goal against Burnley, with Lucas Moura attending the festivities

Spurs are not in bad shape having played Man City, Liverpool and Chelsea twice before.

However, Arsenal, Aston Villa, Everton and Leicester City still have some tough away games on the agenda, with Manchester United also being a crucial game at home

Now that they have some real momentum behind after five wins in all competitions, this could really help Spurs ahead of the final push.

Manchester United – 54 points

14/03 – West Ham (H)

03/04 – Brighton & Hove Albion (A)

10/04 – Tottenham (A)

17/04 – Burnley (H)

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24/04 – Leeds United (A)

05/01 – Liverpool (H)

05/08 – Aston Villa (A)

11/05 – Leicester City (H)

May 15 – Fulham (H)

23/05 – Wolves (A)

Tottenham prevailed against Manchester United in their last league game

With Man City already pledging a top 4 position unless they suffer an almighty breakdown in the past three months, Manchester United are in a good position for second place.

Rivals could potentially be close in tricky away games at Tottenham, Leeds and Aston Villa, and home games against West Ham, Liverpool and Leicester are also under scrutiny.

Leicester City – 53 points

14/03 – Sheffield United (H)

03/04 – Man City (H)

10/04 – West Ham (A)

17/04 – West Brom (H)

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24/04 – Crystal Palace (H)

05/01 – Southampton (A)

08/05 – Newcastle United (H)

11/05 – Manchester United (A)

05/15 – Chelsea (A)

23/05 – Tottenham (H)

Tottenham suffered a home defeat to Leicester City in December

The Foxes will try to avoid their end of last season if they left their places in the Champions League on the last day after guaranteeing a place in Europe’s top competition a few months earlier.

While their Europa League exit may help them as their schedule won’t be as demanding, their last three games could prove crucial to their endeavors.

Chelsea – 50 points

13/03 – Leeds United (A)

03/04 – West Brom (H)

10/04 – Crystal Palace (A)

17/04 – Brighton & Hove Albion (H)

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24/04 – West Ham (A)

May 1st – Fulham (H)

08/05 – Man City (A)

12/05 – Arsenal (H)

15/05 – Leicester City (H)

05/23 – Aston Villa (A)

Chelsea have a very difficult end to the season

Chelsea have a really tough series of games ahead of them between now and May but they are picking up the results under Thomas Tuchel.

Traveling away to Leeds United and West Ham will be anything but easy for the next few weeks. The last four games look extremely tasty indeed.

West Ham – 48 points

14/03 – Manchester United (A)

03/21 – Arsenal (H)

03/04 – Wolves (A)

10/04 – Leicester City (h)

17/04 – Newcastle United (A)

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24/04 – Chelsea (H)

05/01 – Burnley (A)

08/05 – Everton (H)

11/05 – Brighton & Hove Albion (A)

15/05 – West Brom (A)

23/05 – Southampton (H)

West Ham is fighting for a European place after a brilliant run under David Moyes

David Moyes did an excellent job at West Ham applying for a spot in the Champions League.

With tough home games against Arsenal, Everton and Chelsea and an away trip to Old Trafford, the Hammers’ last three games this season could turn out in their favor.

Everton – 46 points

13/03 – Burnley (H)

03/04 – Crystal Palace (H)

10/04 – Brighton & Hove Albion (A)

17/04 – Tottenham (H)

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24/04 – Arsenal (A)

01/05 – Aston Villa (H)

08/05 – West Ham (A)

11/05 – Sheffield United (H)

15/05 – wolves (H)

05/23 – Man City (A)

TBC – Aston Villa (A)

Everton are in a good position to qualify for Europe after a very good season under Carlo Ancelotti

While Everton have a decent home game to end the season, there are no guarantees that they will score points on any of their results so far at Goodison Park.

Carlo Ancelotti’s men have a good record on the road and must do their best to beat Arsenal, West Ham, Man City and Aston Villa if they are to finish in the top four.

Liverpool – 43 points

15/03 – Wolves (A)

03/04 – Arsenal (A)

10/04 – Aston Villa (H)

17/04 – Leeds United (A)

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24/04 – Newcastle United (H)

05/01 – Manchester United (A)

08/05 – Southampton (H)

11/05 – West Brom (A)

05/15 – Burnley (A)

23/05 – Crystal Palace (H)

Liverpool have had a pathetic run lately and need to get back on track as soon as possible to be in the Champions League in 2021/22.

With a few tough away games on the horizon against Arsenal and Manchester United, their enema could work in their favor as they seek to remedy the situation by qualifying for European elite competition.