We could still beat Chelsea to title - Tottenham coach, Pochettino

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I expect a very tight game at Turf Moor on Saturday.

"We showed great belief and character and faith".

It means there are now seven points between the two sides, although the victory for Pochettino's side came at a cost with injuries for Victor Wanyama and Harry Winks at the end of the first half.

Eriksen takes most of the plaudits for winning the ball in midfield and floating a wonderful chipped pass for Alli, the work of an authentic artisan. It is always hard in the first game after worldwide duty, all the players arrive at different dates, but we were very professional.

The big question is will Burnley score, but from what we've seen of them this term in Lancashire we have to be extremely confident that the answer will be yes. Maybe it was not brilliant but it was very professional.

Spurs' Dutch summer signing has largely struggled at White Hart Lane, but has offered glimpses of late that he may be settling.

"Now we need to wait for the scan", Pochettino said.

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The North Carolina State Conference of the NAACP is leading our efforts on the ground. He added: "Moving the Final Four is a very hard thing to do, obviously".

"When you reduce the gap to seven, it's completely different to 10". They are now the nearest challengers to the Blues but barring a massive slip-up by Chelsea, they are on course to stake a claim in the final three Champions League slots.

A perennial worry with Tottenham is whether they possess the depth required to match the undoubted quality of their starting side and sustain a season-long challenge.

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The pressure invited counter-attack play from Tottenham, which saw them have the best chances of the half.

"They are a very physical, aggressive team and we must be ready to fight".

Burnley host Stoke on Tuesday and Dyche is hoping to put a challenging sequence of fixtures behind him on the night. They have also picked up vital points against the top sides this season, beating Liverpool and holding Chelsea at home.

"We do not know yet, he is doing well and he has started working again on the pitch".