Sky Sports pundit predicts Tottenham’s final seven games, backs Arsenal to finish second

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Liverpool, Manchester United, Stoke City, West Bromwich Albion, Chelsea, Southampton and Newcastle United are Tottenham Hotspur’s final opponents.

Former Arsenal forward Charlie Nicholas has predicted Tottenham Hotspur’s final seven games in the Premier League on

Tottenham will take on Liverpool (away), Manchester United (home), Stoke City (away), West Bromwich Albion (home), Chelsea (away), Southampton (home) and Newcastle United (away) between now and the end of the season.

While predicting a draw with Liverpool away from home at Anfield on Saturday evening, Nicholas wrote on “It's another chance for Spurs to prove to they are good enough to be champions and, for me, if they go and win this then they become title favourites.”

The former Arsenal forward has backed Mauricio Pochettino’s side to win against Manchester United at White Hart Lane in their next match, but he believes that they will draw with Stoke City away from home at the Britannia Stadium thereafter.

“This is where I see Spurs either really making their move or missing the opportunity and I think they'll do the latter and have to settle for a point,” Nicholas wrote on regarding Tottenham’s game against Stoke.

Nicholas has predicted Tottenham to win against West Bromwich Albion in North London, lose to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, draw with Southampton at White Hart Lane and pick up a point against Newcastle United at St. James’ Park.

The former Scotland international has also predicted Leicester City’s and Arsenal’s final Premier League matches on, and in the end, according to his predicted league table, the Foxes come out on top with the Gunners second and Tottenham third.

According to Nicholas’ predicted Premier League, Leicester will win the league title with 79 points, Arsenal will end up second with 75 and Spurs will finish third with 71.

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