Spurs to Move to New Stadium Only After April

Tottenham are unable to open their new stadium until at least April after Crystal Palace progressed to the FA Cup quarter-finals.

After the north London derby against Arsenal was ruled out, the Premier League match against Palace on March 17 was Spurs’ next target for their first game inside the new 62,062-seater ground.

But the club announced the fixture will have to be rearranged after Palace beat Doncaster to make the last eight – which will be played over the weekend of March 16 and 17 – meaning the first available dates are during the first week of April.

This is because a two-week international break follows Spurs’ original date with Palace before they then travel to Liverpool on March 31, which means the next home clash available is against Brighton on April 6.

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