High stakes as Tottenham takes on Arsenal

High stakes as Tottenham takes on Arsenal

High stakes as Tottenham takes on Arsenal

Let's take a look around England to get ready for an action packed weekend.

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A win for Arsenal will reduce the gap between themselves and Spurs to just one point, with nine games to go.

United had to work far harder to beat battling Southampton at Old Trafford after Yan Valery put the visitors ahead with a fierce strike before the break.

Former Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling said their players were affected by pressure from fans during their failed Premier League title charge in 2014, but things are very different at his current club Manchester City.

Three teams are in a battle to remain out of the last relegation spot with Cardiff now occupying that spot.

He added: "Of course it is one of the more important derbies because we know what we want this season".

There were also wins for Crystal Palace, Brighton & Hove Albion and Wolves against Burnley, Huddersfield Town and Cardiff City respectively. "We need to find the culprits, arrest them and punish them".

Spurs on the other hand know a win will provide a much-needed cushion in the race for the top-four.

The other team who is fighting for the last Champions League spot is Chelsea. Currently Norwich and Sheffield United occupy the two automatic promotion spots, but Leeds and West Brom are right behind them.

"We talk about VAR on the pitch but we probably should be getting VAR in the stands to make sure we can root this out". "We got in really good situations but we lacked the quality in this particular game".

The biggest game of the weekend takes place Friday in Leeds as third place Leeds United, who now have 64 points, welcome fourth place West Brom who come to town with 60 points.

League leaders Celtic traveled to Easter Road for the cup competition, and it was when Sinclair headed over to take a corner that the risky incident occurred. Sitting in 20 place they are just four points clear of relegation.

"It's rolling back to 2010", said Lennon, who also oversaw Wednesday's 2-1 Scottish Premiership win at Hearts. Now draws on the road indicate that their bold, attacking approach to games is built on some naivety, as is the fact they have conceded the second most away goals in the Premier League.

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