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Spurs save themselves for Champions League final

Spurs save themselves for Champions League final

"We can not be distracted, we need to be focused on our game".

It was during this period that Sarri was under most pressure, although a positive performance against City in the EFL Cup final and a 2-0 triumph over Tottenham in the top flight bought the Italian some much-needed breathing space.

The England worldwide was brought off at half-time during the final Premier League game of the season, but Pochettino says it was just a precaution.

Klopp has given his team a few days off to recover from a gruelling Premier League campaign in which they pushed Manchester City to the final day in the title race, eventually losing out by one point. That is enough evidence alone to warrant the danger signs appearing when you consider Roy Hodgson's men are odds-on favourites to win this match.

England anchorman Eric Dier was among the other Tottenham stars to get a helping hand with their kids from Son, who looked to be having more fun than anyone. Chelsea travel to Leicester, Arsenal go to Burnley.

That gap between Solskjaer's side and City is wider than the difference of 30 points between United and top-flight winners Leeds in 1973/74, a season when the Old Trafford club were relegated - albeit in an era when teams were awarded just two points for a win instead of the current three.

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The attacker's output in terms of goals and assists has been pretty uninspiring, and one has to imagine Marco Silva will seek to buy some new players this summer.

"Now is the moment to analyse everything to see what we can improve", Silva said.

This immediately led to fears over his participation in the Champions League final and this would have been a major blow since Harry Kane is also recovering from an injury and remains a doubt for the Madrid clash.

The red-hot striker somehow found a new way to impress fans and team-mates - bringing some on social media to tears after they watched his antics as a smiling, fun Uncle-figure for his fellow players' kids on a lap of honour.

At the prices however I simply have to back an away win.

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