Britain Soccer Football - Arsenal v Leicester City - Premier League - Emirates Stadium - 26/4/17 Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger helps Alexis Sanchez to his feet Reuters / Stefan Wermuth Livepic
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With second-placed Spurs also chasing victory at White Hart Lane as they look to stay in touch with Chelsea, four points clear at the top of the table, few would bet on the match ending in a draw.Mauricio Pochettino's Spurs hold the best home record in the league this season, with 15 victories in 17 games.Arsenal trail third-placed Liverpool by six points with two games in hand and are also behind both Manchester clubs, but Wenger believes his team could leapfrog all three.
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