Spurs' acceptance of Arsenal's superiority for 20 straight years has finally come to an end. Their 2-0 win over the Gunners have propelled them into new heights—of the Premier League elites.
Ahead of the last NLD at the Lane, Mike's optimism has taken on new heights. Finally, he says, Spurs will seize their opportunity to prove themselves far superior to their North London counterparts.
Spurs' hopes of finishing as the Premier League champions grew exponentially as the league leaders managed to get completely battered at Old Trafford against a man they knew far too well.
These past few weeks, while Leicester City seem to have suddenly found their 2015/16 form, were shrouded in conspiracy theories in regards to why Ranieri was actually sacked. However, can the team move on and produce a strong performance against Atleti?
Romelu Lukaku is one hell of an example of a player done more favors than harm by statistics. His 21 goals in the league makes him the favorite to win the Golden Boot, yet many still doubt his qualities.
Spurs won on a weekend when some of their rivals dropped significant points. Who will finish in the top 4 of the Premier League? Mike has his crack.
N'Golo Kante is the most decisive player in the world. How else would you explain his two (or for now, one and a half) title wins for two different clubs in two consecutive seasons?
Chelsea, it's fair to say, are heavy favorites to be the side lifting the Premier League trophy in May. There are plenty of things that have gone right for them, and Bemi takes a look at the three biggies.
Sadio Mane's importance to Liverpool is arguably greater than that of Philippe Coutinho. His absence has triggered a sensational collapse for the Merseysiders, the final blow of which could come Tuesday.
Is Chelsea's run reminiscent of Leicester's title surge last year? Both were glaring underdogs at the beginning of their respective seasons, and their weaknesses (defence) became their strengths. Oh, and both had a certain N'Golo Kante.