The top four race is getting tougher with Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur fighting for UEFA Champions league qualification.However Spurs hosted Norwich today with the England international Harry opening the score sheet in the 45th minute through a penalty shoot.
The first half ended with Tottenham leading against the relegated Norwich.
The hosts were attacking so much knowing that a victory in this encounter will guarantee them to overtake Arsenal.Due to current results,Arsenal have dropped to no five with Tottenham booking a place at position four.
Failure to win for Arsenal in tomorrows match,it will mean their probability of qualifying to ucl next summer will be minimal as they will be one step below the UCL qualification mark.
Despite being three points above the EPL table,Manchester City have a huge task today whereby they will be traveling to London stadium to face West ham.
The Cityzens must win all of their remaining matches to keep their hopes alive of securing the English Premier league title.
Here epl table after Tottenham win.
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