The gap between fourth-placed Tottenham and Chelsea now stands at a place and five points, and another three would nearly certainly leave Mauricio Pochettino's team out of reach of their London rivals with seven games left to play. Spurs now sit in fourth in the Premier League table and have the chance to extend their lead over fifth place Chelsea to eight points.
The England striker is still second top-scorer of the league, three ahead of third-placed Sergio Aguero, though he would need to put in a massive shift if he wants to surpass Salah, who is in the form of his life and scored four in his last game against Watford.
"Arsenal, Chelsea are always tough games because they are derbies".
"The game that we play on Sunday, we need to be fresh and we need all our energy to win".
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Kane suffered ankle ligament damage in a 4-1 Premier League win away to Bournemouth earlier this month, ruling the centre-forward out of the subsequent trip to Swansea in the FA Cup and causing him to miss England's friendly meetings with Netherlands and Italy. Maybe next weekend. But the most important is that we are so positive about his recovery, and we are doing fantastic, and we are so happy. I think it is hard now to say yes or no, to be involved or not in the game. Goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and defender Andreas Christensen will both need to be assessed before the game and could be big absentees for such a pivotal match. Both Chelsea and Spurs have Champions League ambitions, and this game will go a long way in deciding who plays in Europe next season. This is not a decisive game, but always it is important for your confidence, your motivation.
"With Dele my relationship is always very good, like all the players here in Tottenham", he said.
"I think it is not a point of focus for us".
"[We do not need] to control them in their rooms, because surely we are going to be in the hotel waiting for the game, but we can not put cameras [in their rooms] and see what they are doing".