The fight for the Premier League top spot isn’t over, thanks to Chelsea’s recent defeats at the hands of Man United and Crystal Palace.
That gives Spurs added incentive in their season’s most anticipated game, at home to Arsenal (kick-off 4.30pm). While Dele Alli and Harry Kane have been firing in the goals, the Gunners have been fighting just to make the Champions League places.
This has been Spurs’s greatest season in the Premier League so far – could they win it?
Also today, Chelsea face a resurgent Everton (kick-off 2.05pm).