Tottenham 2 - 2 Everton | 12 May 2019

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Tottenham have already shown anything is possible with the manner of their Champions League semi-final comeback at Ajax, so Pochettino is taking nothing for granted.

Obviously you'll have the big players getting stuck into Man City and Liverpool (or laying either of them) but the other eight fixtures are effectively dead-rubbers with teams having no more than an extra place or two up the table to play for.

Despite a lack of transfer activity over the last couple of windows, Tottenham secured a top-four finish - and, more remarkably - a place in the Champions League final against Liverpool next month.

European joy that carried through to the last day of the Premier League, but was tested at times.

Everton's seeming inability to defend from set pieces this season has been of concern to many Toffee's fans and it was on display again against Spurs as Dier found the back of the net following a corner.

Everton haven't won away against Tottenham in the Premier League since November 2008 (1-0), drawing three and losing six since.

But they will finish as the highest placed London club for only the second time since 1995 if they can better Chelsea's result at Leicester and that is what the Argentinian is concentrating on.

A collapse of their league form towards the end of the season robbed Tottenham of any hope of maintaining their unlikely title challenge.

Remember, the Tottenham players were "reportedly" woken twice during the night by Ajax fans letting off fireworks outside of the hotel in which they were staying. We need to assess him, but I think he was exhausted. They then had a gruelling game where they put in a huge amount of effort, and it all ended with a very emotional victory.

With Harry Kane injured and Hueng-min Son starting a three-game ban Fernando Llorente leads the line up front for Tottenham. And it now appears that Danny Rose and Victor Wanyama are major doubts too.

After the full-time whistle, Tottenham's squad and their families went on a lap of honour of their new stadium. "I'm looking to get away, yes, but not what you're thinking!" In fact they've kept six clean sheets in their last seven matches, and I'm quietly confident they'll record another.

Defensively we've been steady, form at Goodison has been solid, and we have played Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, United and Spurs and taken 11 points from that group.

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