Premier League: Mauricio Pochettino prepared for title charge

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is determined to get his players prepared and focused on battling for the Premier League title. They are now out of both the FA Cup and the Europa League, so the Spurs can now concentrate all their energy on the upcoming league matches. If successful, Mauricio Pochettino will lead Tottenham to their first Premier League title since 1961.

Last weekend Tottenham recorded a comfortable 3-0 victory over Bournemouth to move five points behind league leaders Leicester City with seven games left to play. Harry Kane scored the first two goals for the home side, while Christian Eriksen rounded things up with the third goal. The Premier League teams will enjoy a break due to international fixtures until the start of April.

"After the international break we'll play one game every week, and we'll have time to prepare games in a different way, to training, to improve and do a lot of things that were impossible before," Pochettino said. "We are in a moment where we need to see our future in a very good way. It's important to keep working hard and fight in every game. The gap Leicester have with us, Arsenal and City, we need to reduce. It's true they have a good advantage but we need to fight and believe. We need to believe."

Tottenham are currently 11/4 at Bet365 to win the Premier League title this season.

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  • Croatia jakablazic


    Tottenham is playing very well this season but I doubt they can win title. Their schedule is simply too hard. Next three games Liverpool away, United at home and Stoke away are very tough. Then the easiest game vs WBA at home followed by being away to Chelsea. Last two games are against Soton (H) and Newcastle (A). After considering this, I believe it will be nice achievement if they manage to keep 2nd position.

  • Bulgaria sharpe


    It's true that Spurs were not amongst the favourites even for a top 4 place before the season but is also true that they have a lot better and expensive team in comparison to Leicester and I don't think they've playing a better football than the Foxes this season. In the end I think the standings clearly represents the teams performances and according to that Spurs are second best team in the league, really the place they should finish in the end I think.

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