Jamie Carragher: Tottenham would likely be champions if Chelsea were in Europe

Toure attempts to get away from Mkhitaryan

Toure attempts to get away from Mkhitaryan

Tottenham's Christian Eriksen (right) surges past Danny Welbeck, of Arsenal, at White Hart Lane.

Tottenham have enjoyed a late surge in the Premier League to cut the deficit to leaders Chelsea to just four points.

Antonio Conte's side now lead arch-rivals Spurs by four points in the table and are just three wins away from winning the title.

If both Chelsea and Spurs win all their games, Chelsea would still win the title against Watford on May 15. At this moment it's hard, but we will see.

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"We had some balls to play with".

With four games still to play, Tottenham are just four points behind Chelsea - with West Ham, Manchester United, Leicester and Hull still to play.

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Kane may not need much pushing but it is always good to have someone else challenging for a place to eradicate any complacency and allow Spurs's top scorer to be rested sometimes.

"The important thing is that we are playing well, we take points and we will see if they can drop some points".

Carragher though thinks Mauricio Pochettino's men have been very unfortunate and thinks they would be champions if Chelsea had been playing in Europe this season.

City host Crystal Palace on Saturday, while United and Arsenal have an opportunity to land a hammer blow on each other's top-four hopes when they meet at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.

According to the Times and a few others, Chelsea are even open to the idea of selling Willian, who has apparently been attracting interest from Italy and China as well.

Everton's Romelu Lukaku leads the race for the Golden Boot, his 24 goals putting him clear of Tottenham's Harry Kane (21).

Despite their plucky 1-1 draw against Man City, Middlesbrough are now 98 per cent certain to return to the Championship for the 2017-18 season.