(CTN News) – As Tottenham Hotspur take on Southampton at St. Mary’s Stadium today, they’ll look to get three points before the international break.
It is still the north Londoners that are in fourth place, and even though there is only a three-point gap between them and the top two teams, Manchester United and Newcastle United both have two games left in their season.
Despite all the chaos and turmoil that have taken place this season, Spurs have stayed focused on the Southampton league and trying to secure Champions League football for next season in spite of the fact that they are out of all cup competitions right now.
Meanwhile, Southampton have some problems as well, but they do not seem to be insurmountable. When a team is 22 points ahead of its nearest rival with eleven games to play, it would normally be a death sentence for the club.
Is there a chance for a successful season this year, however? It is only five points that separate them from 12th place at this point. The bottom of the table is as tight as it can be (and it’s a bad one at that).
The relegation race down to the wire is going to be absolutely wild, and the Saints are desperately trying to avoid the drop as much as they can.
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Tottenham Hotspur vs. Southampton, the premier league match of the season
Southampton’s St Mary’s Stadium is one of the largest stadiums in the world
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