Harry Kane guides Tottenham Hotspur into 3rd

Spurs players will miss out on lucrative bonuses if they miss out on the Champions League

Spurs players will miss out on lucrative bonuses if they miss out on the Champions League

Newcastle do not have much to play for, but will want to buck a losing streak of three matches which has made their place in the top half very precarious.

Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham Hotspur can not continue to celebrate top-four finishes when they move to their new stadium next season.

That figure of 4% chance of a Newcastle win, is the smallest I think I have ever seen for any team, never mind just Newcastle, when it comes to their Super Computer model.

Champions League football was confirmed for next year and the sourness of a tepid end to a season, that had plenty of highs earlier on, can now be forgotten about.

Manchester City set the Premier League record for most points, most goals and most wins in a single season by beating Brighton 3-1.

Spurs wrap up their campaign with one more outing at Wembley, against Leicester on Sunday, before heading home to their rebuilt White Hart Lane stadium.

A surprisingly much-changed Chelsea side from the one that beat Liverpool four days ago fell behind when Laurent Depoitre forced the ball home five minutes into the second-half.

Having previously looked like they were counting the minutes until the end of the season, Newcastle found their mojo again, with jeers from the home fans as the half time whistle blew. Now it is the first time in 23 years in the Premier League Tottenham is above (all) the (other) London clubs.

Spurs' downturn in form, which culminated in a shock defeat to the relegation threatened West Brom on Saturday, has coincided with a spell of resurgence from Chelsea, and it's put a place in next season's Champions League in doubt for the hosts.

Talking to reporters, according to Goal, he said: "We are in a period of the season where - and it is the same for every team - we don't have the freshness that we had in September, October and November".

Pep Guardiola's men also bid farewell to Yaya Toure in the Ivorian's final home game in City colours.

Strikes from Bernardo Silva and Fernandinho sealed victory after Leonardo Ulloa had cancelled out Danilo's opener.

- Spurs have won their last 18 home Premier League games against promoted sides since a 2-1 defeat to Norwich City in April 2012.

Iheanacho fired the Foxes ahead with a sharp left-footed shot from the centre of the penalty area in the 14th minute and Arsenal defender Konstantinos Mavropanos was sent off straight after the restart for hauling down the forward.

Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang scored his ninth Arsenal goal in just 13 appearances since a club record move from Borussia Dortmund in January to draw the visitors level.

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