After the dramatic win over Manchester City on Wednesday night to book a slot in the UCL semis, Wanyama’s Tottenham Hotspurs has a host of key fixtures in coming days as the season draws to a close.
Tottenham will now play Ajax in the Champions League semi-finals, after they beat Juventus 3-2 on aggregate. The first leg will be played on 30 April/1 May, with the second leg on 7/8 May.
Manchester City and Tottenham will meet for the third time in 11 days, as they face off at the Etihad on Saturday afternoon. City then face Manchester United next Wednesday in an eagerly anticipated Manchester derby, while Spurs host Brighton next Tuesday.