Tottenham 10-3 to make top four after City success

Tottenham are 10-3 to claim a top-four berth after beating Manchester City 2-0 in north London.

Second-half strikes from new boy Steven Bergwijn and Heung-Min Son moved Spurs up to fifth in the Premier League, four points behind rivals Chelsea, who they meet at Stamford Bridge on February 22.

Defeat leaves Manchester City 22 points behind Premier League leaders Liverpool with 13 games to go, meaning the Reds will be crowned champions on March 21 if they win their next six matches against Norwich, West Ham, Watford, Bournemouth, Everton and Crystal Palace.

Arsenal are ten points adrift of the top four and Champions League qualification after they escaped with a goalless draw at Burnley.

Jay Rodriguez volleyed against the crossbar as the hosts were guilty of missing a number of chances.



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