Tottenham Hotspur are doing their very best to clamber their way back into a three horse race for the Premier League title this season.
The recent shock defeat to Wolves left Spurs reeling back in third, as they missed their prime chance to cut down the gap to Liverpool.
However, Pochettino’s men still sit second in the table, just six behind Liverpool, so anything is possible.
Luckily, Tottenham’s two rivals go head to head in the Prem tonight, with every outcome having some positive for the Lilywhites.
A Man City win would send Tottenham back to third place, but it would open up the title race and give Spurs a chance of catching both rivals.
Harry Kane has thrown his own support behind the Premier League holders to make the race a little bit closer.
He did, however, insist that Tottenham had to concentrate on their own games, rather than relying on others.
Kane said (Standard): “We’d probably like City to win to make it a little bit closer, but that’s not in our control.”
“All we can do is look after ourselves and win our games. Over the last few years we have been in this position with Leicester, and then Chelsea the year after.
“We just have to concentrate on ourselves and winning games is all we can do.
“We will see what happens with Liverpool and City. We can’t think too much about other teams if I’m honest.”
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