BARCELONA, SPAIN - DECEMBER 11:  Manager of Tottenham Hotspur Mauricio Pochettino, looks on during the UEFA Champions League Group B match between FC Barcelona and Tottenham Hotspur at Camp Nou on December 11, 2018 in Barcelona, Spain.  (Photo by Chris Brunskill/Fantasista/Getty Images)

Tottenham Fixtures: When, Where and How to Watch Every Spurs Game Over Christmas

Tottenham enter the festive period right in the mix at the top of the Premier League. Pochettino's men sit in third place, leading the chasing pack behind Liverpool and Manchester City. 

With such a congested fixture list, Spurs will be hoping that the lack of summer investment won't hinder their small squad and they can remain in a good position after the New Year. 

Here's a guide on how to watch Tottenham's matches over the Christmas period.

1. Arsenal (A)

Where: Emirates Stadium

When: Wednesday 19th December, 19:45 GMT

How to Watch: Sky Sports Football / Sky Sports Main Event

Tottenham's quest for silverware under Pochettino continues in the Carabao Cup as they face old rivals Arsenal in the quarter final. The league encounter between the two North London clubs was one to forget for Spurs, as Arsenal ran out 4-2 winners on derby day. 

Unai Emery's side are still enjoying an impressive unbeaten run, so Tottenham will have to have learned from the mistakes they made in the league match in order to progress to the semi finals. 

2. Everton (A)

Where: Goodison Park

When: Sunday 23rd December, 16:00 GMT

How to Watch: Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Spurs' first league match of the festive run in is a tricky away game at Everton. Although Marco Silva's side have struggled against top six opposition this season (they've lost to Arsenal, Man United and Liverpool) they still pose a significant threat to Tottenham. 

Everton sit in seventh place, and are ever-improving under Marco Silva. Spurs will need to be at their best to leave Merseyside with all three points.

3. Bournemouth (H)

Where: Wembley Stadium

When: Wednesday 26th December, 15:00 GMT

How to Watch: Sky Sports Soccer Special / BBC Final Score / BT Sport Score

Similarly to Everton, Bournemouth's poor record against the top six this season doesn't mean that Tottenham can afford to take them lightly on Boxing Day. 

Eddie Howe's men have enjoyed their best ever start to a Premier League season, and look fully deserving of the eighth place they currently sit in. 

4. Wolverhampton Wanderers (H)

Where: Wembley Stadium

When: Saturday 29th December, 15:00 GMT

How to Watch: Sky Sports Soccer Special / BBC Final Score / BT Sport Score 

Wolves have somewhat lived up to the hype they generated with their dominant Championship win last season, and will be looking to make Tottneham their latest top six scalp.

The Midlands side have already taken points off of both Manchester clubs and Arsenal, as well as beating Chelsea at Molineux. They could give Spurs a run for their money. 

5. Cardiff (A)

Where: Cardiff City Stadium

When: Tuesday 1st January, 17:30 GMT

How to Watch: Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Tottenham will be hoping to avoid a banana skin in the form of a resurgent Cardiff City. 

The Welsh side have clawed their way out of trouble, and will be looking to keep it that way come the end of the season. 

The very least you can expect from a Neil Warnock side is that they'll give it their all, so Spurs will have to do more than just show up to secure the points.