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While Tuesday's draw against Real Madrid will live long in the memory, Sunday's match against Liverpool is arguably Spurs' bigger game this week.
Liverpool and Tottenham face off after big Champions League results, while Watford boss Marco Silva could be auditioning for a job with Chelsea.
Liverpool can be as dangerous to themselves as they are to Tottenham. Which is why the weekend's game is so unpredictable.
In 2015-16, Huddersfield's turnover was a mere £11.3m. United's income in the same period was £515m, or 45 times bigger. There's a gulf in resources.
Caretaker boss Michael Appleton thinks the Leicester owners could face questions from the players over the sacking of Craig Shakespeare.
The FC panel delve into the reports that Chelsea's players may be unhappy with manager Antonio Conte.