With the season coming to an end in two months time, the battle for top four spot has been very intense as teams around that area are fighting hard to win their games.
Chelsea are currently five points behind Tottenham who are fourth on the table, and seven points behind Liverpool who have played a game more than the Blues, but with seven league games left, former Chelsea assistant coach Ray Wilkins says the Blues will beat Spurs to the fourth spot due to the injury of Harry Kane.
Kane who has been Totthenham’s highest scorer has picked up an ankle problem and is expected to miss the majority of the rest of the season.
With the England international hitting 24 Premier League goals this season, Wilkins thinks his absence will be sorely felt at Tottenham.
“I think the loss of Harry Kane is going to be absolutely massive for them,” the former Blues coach told Sky Sports.
“He’s out for four to five weeks which will encompass that game at Stamford Bridge [against Chelsea on Sunday April 1]. I think they might hit a little slippery road because they need him desperately.”