Spurs fans will love what Poch said about Arsenal

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur have somehow hauled them back into a three horse race for the Premier League title.

Spurs picked up their third win in a row in the Premier League today as they beat Newcastle 1-0 at Wembley.

This followed 2-1 wins against both Fulham and Watford in the past week.

Meanwhile, Liverpool dropped points to Leicester, and Man City lost to Newcastle in midweek, allowing Spurs to close the gap.

Tottenham now sit just four points behind the League leaders Liverpool, and one ahead of Manchester City, the current title holders.

Both teams have a game in hand on Spurs, but also face tough opposition this weekend.

Man City face a visit from Arsenal tomorrow, while Liverpool play away to West Ham on Monday.

Spurs are now in the position where two of their fiercest London rivals could do them a favour or two in the Premier League.

However, Pochettino ruled out cheering for Arsenal when he was asked in his presser (Football London): “No! Why? Never! No. I will watch the game and won’t be on one side or another. I am going to watch the game and accept whatever the result is.

“I am only going to watch the game and I’ll be happy with the result that they’re going to have.”

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