Everton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin has warned Chelsea that they are in for a tough afternoon on Sunday when visiting Goodison Park in the Premier League.
Spurs are four points behind Chelsea in the title running at the moment, and despite their fine recent form, Le Saux expects that they will ultimately fail to catch Antonio Conte's side.
Lacking the fluency they had displayed in winning seven consecutive league games in which they scored 22 goals and kept four clean sheets, Tottenham were sloppy on occasions.
Still, the former England worldwide is a big fan of the way Mauricio Pochettino has them set up, and feels they're ahead of Chelsea in terms of defensive strength when they lose possession. The final north London derby at White Hart Lane will certainly be one to remember for the Spurs faithful. But Arsene Wenger's side is six points behind Manchester City, which occupies the fourth qualification place.
A wonderful Premier League match between two teams that love the colour blue. United face Swansea on Sunday, while City meet Middlesbrough. This is football, it's the Premier League, so we are focused.Читайте также: Trump makes puzzling claim about Andrew Jackson, Civil War
"We lost against Crystal Palace (2-1 on April 1) but after that we won against Manchester City and Bournemouth". One point separates the three sides and Arsenal are still not out of it either.
Osasuna took the lead after just four minutes when the visitors failed to clear a corner and Jhon Mondragon smashed a half-volley into the net, but Deportivo equalised on 18 minutes when Guilherme dos Santos was left unmarked to score with a diving header at the back post.
Mauricio Pochettino's men look set to finish above their neighbours for the first time since 1995. Perhaps a real flirt with relegation would have left Stoke fans grateful for mid-table mediocrity instead of turning their ire on manager Mark Hughes.
Spurs have won their previous eight games as they remain resolutely focused on making the most of any potential slip-up by Chelsea but Lloris says that were it not for Eriksen's victor on Wednesday, the Blues would effectively be celebrating having this season's Premier League trophy wrapped up.
Ivan Santini halved the deficit after nine minutes, but 19-year-old Lopez (27) restored the visitors' two-goal cushion as he became the youngest Marseille player to score a brace in Ligue 1 for 30 years.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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