Clement says Tottenham's title credentials will be tested at Liberty Stadium

Ross Houston
April 5, 2017

They can win or lose but it is not a question of putting pressure on them.

Swansea are in a poor run of form and find themselves just one point above the relegation zone following their 0-0 draw against Middlesbrough on the weekend.

"We can confirm that Harry Winks sustained ligament damage to his left ankle during Saturday's win at Burnley", the club said on their website. "I am very confident in us".

"He was playing well and I'm sure in time would have been considered by [England manager] Gareth Southgate - that's a question for him", Pochettino told a news conference of Winks, who made his debut for England under-21s last month.


"[He] will continue to be monitored by our medical team during his recovery and will be unavailable for the remainder of the season".

If the Kenyan does miss out, Pochettino may have to push Eric Dier back up to midfield, with Harry Winks also out injured.

"I have great respect for Sergio Aguero and what has happened in the past is not important", Conte said, while revealing he had not changed his approach in training in the wake of the defeat by Palace.

"We will keep to our philosophy and if we assess the season it is fantastic, very good", he said.


The 21-year-old has always been touted as one of the finest talents in Tottenham's academy and has worked with the senior team since the 2013-14 campaign. "We don't have too much time to prepare but we go back to Manchester now and recover and then come back to London", Guardiola said. "We must be better than Swansea and it's confident we are going to must fight a lot against them".

"But it's good they are being asked questions because for the last six weeks you felt no one is really chipping away at that lead", Carragher added.

Harry Kane (ankle), Danny Rose (knee) and Erik Lamela (hip) are all sidelined for the visitors but Kyle Walker is expected to return after he was rested on Saturday.


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