Premier League results: Crystal Palace, Stoke Tottenham, Swansea, West Brom

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"The Hammers will be buoyed by their win over Saints last time out, but do I think they have got enough to go to Stamford Bridge and come away unbeaten?"

"Three points will be massive for them but us too because to finish in the top four is a massive objective for us".

Eriksen then curled in a fiendish 63rd-minute freekick to which Kane claimed to have got the faintest finishing touch with his head only for replays to show the Dane had scored the goal that allowed Spurs to join third-placed Liverpool on 67 points with a sixth straight league win.

"It was my goal", Kane said.

Stoke then sent numbers forward and tried to utilise the height of veteran striker Peter Crouch but could not create any meaningful opportunities at goal.

There is more potential significance than the golden boot race to whether or not Kane is awarded the goal, as it would be his 36th in all competitions for Spurs this season - his best-ever haul in a single campaign.

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has begun to overlook Alderweireld in his matchday squads, despite the defender being fit to play, in a sign that he is already moving on with his planning.

Spurs took a well deserved lead seven minutes into the second half.

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"It was my goal, it flicked off my shoulder and went in, " he said.

Dele Alli did unpick the Potters lock once in the first half, finding Son Heung-min with a fine through-ball.

West Bromwich Albion are on the brink of relegation from the Premier League after a 1-1 draw against Swansea, while Stoke slipped deeper into a trouble following a 2-1 defeat by Tottenham on Saturday.

The win moved Spurs level on points with Liverpool with a game in hand and four behind second-placed Manchester United, who pulled off a remarkable 3-2 comeback win against Manchester City to put off the champions-elect's inevitable coronation.

"The effort and commitment I cannot ask more of, we are just not getting the breaks".

Christian Eriksen: "Harry celebrated like it was his goal so I will have to take his word for it". We were better but suffered a lot and had to fight for the three points.

Spurs, with the Manchester Derby still to come, are now a single point behind the Red Devils for second place in the Premier League. Alli broke the offside trap and registered his 10th league assist of the campaign with a delayed cut back for Christian Eriksen to caress into the far left corner.