Tottenham get back to Premier League matters on Monday night when they host Everton.
Antonio Conte’s men will need to bounce back hard from a hugely disappointing FA Cup exit in midweek, having lost 1-0 to an extra-time goal at Middlesbrough. Spurs have to find some consistency, having won three and lost four of their previous seven Premier League outings.
Victory away at Manchester City and the thrashing of Leeds at Elland Road in their last league fixture, however, should give them the basis to kick on, starting with the visit of a relegation-threatened Everton side.
Antonio Conte’s side secured a resounding 4-0 win in what was Marcelo Bielsa’s last match as Leeds United boss.
The win added to Conte’s determination for Spurs to secure a top four spot but they will need to continue that pressure.

Arsenal are now fourth after beating Watford at Vicarage Road and stay there for now after Manchester United lost heavily against league leaders Manchester City.
With three games in hand over United and West Ham United, Spurs have a fantastic opportunity to not only close the gap but make the two north London sides battle it out for a place in Europe’s top club competition.

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