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Few weeks ago I was extremely disappointed with the way Tottenham were handling the pressure surrounding the race for the Premier league title because they couldn’t take advantage of important games (Liverpool and Arsenal), but it looks as if Pochettino is finally putting the pieces together.

Tottenham has scored seven goals in their last two games, 3 against Manchester United and 4 against Stoke City, with this scary attacking potentials they are surely chasing down Leicester to win the Title. But will their form continue or  should we be expecting another set back?

Leicester on the other hand are just FIVE points above Tottenham after settling for a point against West Ham in an interesting encounter. Jamie Vardy was shown red in the game against West Ham after collecting a second yellow for diving, his ‘careless’ actions might affect his team as the FA has charged him for improper conduct; meaning his ban could be extended. He’s been the main man for Leicester and also the leading scorer in the premier league until last night when his fellow countryman Harry Kane surpassed him, his absence could hurt Leicester real bad.

“Harry Kane is a one season wonder” was what everyone was saying at the beginning of the season when Harry Kane suffered a 7 game goal drought, but he has so far notched 24 goals this season leading the Premier league. He could be the man to ensure his team handles the pressure very well and lead them to victory. Dele  Alli has also proven to be one of their key players, he has so far helped his team with ten great goals and nine assists.

Leicester have Swansea, Manchester United, Everton and Chelsea to play, while Spurs will play West Brom, Chelsea, Southampton and Newcastle. It’s certain that both teams will take their remaining game extremely serious and will hope to win all of them. But who would win the Premier league? Tell us.