Following a turbulent last week for Tottenham, Gab Marcotti thinks a win over the arch-rivals Arsenal will get their season back on track.
Shaka Hislop's power rankings are back and while Tottenham may have fallen out of his top 10, there's an all too familiar face atop his rankings.
Despite Maurizio Sarri benching Kepa Arrizabalaga after his Carabao Cup antics, Chelsea added to Tottenham's woes with a 2-0 win at Stamford Bridge. Mauricio Pochettino believes his achievements with Tottenham are more significant than a trophy triumph and that it would take a "magic guy" to promise silverware with the club's current resources.
Spurs' manager is yet to win a trophy after almost five years with the north Londoners, but he feels it has been even more important to keep the club in the Champions League at a time when the cost of the new stadium has been steadily rising.
"Maybe if [club chairman] Daniel [Levy] said to me next season,…