Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe says “nothing is impossible” as his side head into the final three games of the season in the Premier League relegation zone.
Newcastle boss Steve Bruce: “We’re without six or seven and that’s too big a number, it has taken its toll on us. You’ll have to see what we’re trying to do with the team. But we are not alone with that, that’s why we have a squad. It gives people an opportunity.”
Any takeover news Steve?“All I can do is carry on, we are planning to be as normal [for next season] and if something happens…we need a decision for everyone’s sake.
“I do think having the five subs for next year benefits the bigger clubs but I can understand the reasoning of it. I would have stuck with three subs.”
Manchester Citymake six changes from the side that thrashed Brighton on Saturday.
John Stones, Nicolas Otamendi are back in the centre of defence, meaning Pep Guardiola can use Fernandinho as a holding midfielder again, as he did in last week’s defeat by Southampton.
Ilkay Gundogan and David Silva also return in midfield, with Phil Foden joining Jesus and Bernardo Silva in City’s attack.
Eric Garcia, Aymeric Laporte, Rodri, Kevin de Bruyne and Riyad Mahrez all drop to the bench, as does Raheem Sterling – who with 27 goals in all competitions is the leading scorer in English club football this season.
Man City XI:Ederson, Walker, Otamendi, Stones, Mendy, Fernandinho, Rodri, David Silva, Foden, Jesus, Bernardo Silva
Bournemouthmake four changes as they look to build on their astonishing comeback win over Leicester.
At the back Steve Cook comes in for Nathan Ake, who was injured in that win over the Foxes which breathed new life into the Cherries’ survival bid.
In midfield, Philip Billing and Junior Stanislas replace Arnaut Groeneveld and David Brooks on the flanks, while up front, Joshua King has recovered from a hamstring problem and replaces Callum Wilson.
Bournemouth XI:Ramsdale, Stacey, Cook, Kelly, Rico, Stanislas, Gosling, Lerma, Groeneveld, King, Solanke
Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho: “Three points against Arsenal keep us in the fight for the Europa League, we have three matches left and we need points.
“We are a Champions League club but this season went in the wrong direction from day one for many different reasons. The Europa League would be good for us in the end.
“Serge Aurier – we would awlays support his decision. Every person has different ways to face tragedies like this one and he asked to play. Tomorrow he goes to France to see his mum.”
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Burnley won this fixture 2-0 at Turf Moor last season, but that is their only top-flight home victory against Wolves since 1963 (D4, L5).
Sean Dyche’s first match as Burnley manager was a 2-0 home win versus Wolves in the Championship in November 2012. Ben Mee started that game, while fellow defender Kevin Long was on the bench.
Newcastle make three changes from the side who lost 2-1 to Watford on Saturday.
Defender Jamaal Lascelles is injured, Danny Rose is ineligible against his parent club and Javier Manquillo is benched. DeAndre Yedlin, Emil Krafth and Nabil Bentaleb take their places.
Spurs make no changes to the XI who beat Arsenal 2-1 on Sunday.
Serge Aurier keeps his place at right-back, less than three days after his younger brother was shot dead.
No changes forBurnleyboss Sean Dyche, who names the same side that drew at Anfield on Saturday.
Burnley XI:Pope, Bardsley, Long, Tarkowski, Taylor, Pieters, Westwood, Brownhill, McNeil, Wood, Rodriguez.
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Wolvesmake four changes to the team that started in their 3-0 win over Everton, with Adama Traore, Joao Moutinho, Ruben Vinagre and Diogo Jota all coming in.
Pedro Neto, Leander Dendoncker, Jonny and Matt Doherty drop to the bench.
Wolves XI:Patrício, Boly, Coady, Saïss, Vinagre, Moutinho, Neves, Traore, Jota, Jiménez, Podence.
Six changes for Manchester City from the side that beat Brighton 5-0 last time out as John Stones, Ilkay Gundogan, David Silva, Fernandinho, Nicolas Otamendi and Phil Foden come in.
Four changes for Bournemouth as Steve Cook comes in for the injured Nathan Ake while there are also starts for Joshua King, Junior Stanislas and Philip Billing.
Full team news to follow.
Serge Aurier starts for an unchanged Spurs – his younger brother Christopherwas killed in France over the weekend.
Newcastle are without defender Jamaal Lascelles who picked up an injury against Watford. Also missing are Javier Manquillo and on-loan Spurs man Danny Rose. DeAndre Yedlin, Emil Krafth and Nabil Bentaleb all come in.
tsuelong:Top 4 same as they are today. Leicester squeak through on goal difference, perhaps even at +1.
Newcastle have lost their past two games, against Manchester City and Watford, and they are safe in mid-table with not a great deal to play for.
Tottenham won the north London derby at the weekend, but to say it was a unconvincing victory is probably the fairest way of summing it up.
Spurs have got a lot of work to do if they want to get nearer the top two next season, but with Harry Kane in their side, they always carry a goal threat.
The worry there is that someone might come in for Kane and say to him ‘look, come and play for a team who try to win games’ because I don’t imagine playing up front for Spurs is too much fun at the moment – he is being fed off scraps.
Plus, we have seen before with Dimitar Berbatov and Michael Carrick that, if players want to leave and a big enough offer is received, Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is willing to sell.
Tottenham forward Son Heung-min:“Of course we have something to play for, we are always playing for three points. It is going to be a tough game.
“The players are still not comfortable with the empty stadiums, we are playing so many games but we are ready. I hope we can bring a good performance.”
Bournemouth’s win over Leicester on Sunday was such a strange game. Leicester looked in control at 1-0 up at half-time, but self-imploded after the break.
I don’t see the Cherries’ revival continuing at Etihad Stadium, though. Manchester City have hit five goals in each of their past two games, and I think they will bag a few more here.
Some excellent, anxious scenes at Newcastle as Jan Vertonghen can’t find his phone which he needs to scan into the building. Had to do the whole ‘lost-your-passport-at-the-airport’ procedure of putting his washbag on the wall, having a good rummage, emptying everything out.
‘It’s in here somewhere.’ A horrible wave of embarrassment. Thankfully he’s in after a bit of a delay.
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The Championship is a mad league, highlighted by Wigan’s stunning 8-0 win against Hull last night. Seven of those goals came in an incredible first half.
A fantastic result for Wigan as they look to survive relegation – even with the threat of a 12-point deduction for going into administration – but a night every Hull fan will hope to forget very, very quickly.
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Premier League champions Liverpool and Manchester City, who will definitely finish second, have already booked their place in next season’s Champions League.
Chelsea, Leicester and Manchester United are probably battling it out for the final two Champions League group stage spots – although Wolves, Sheffield United and Tottenham could all qualify mathematically.
Both Wolves and Tottenham can ill afford to slip up tonight to retain their hopes of playing in Europe’s premier club competition next season.
As touched upon below there’s more live Premier League football in the BBC tonight.
Watch Burnley v Wolves on BBC Two from 17:30 BST and online. The second half will be live on BBC One.
You can also watch our live digital show MOTDx Watchalong, available on the BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website.
You can join the party with MOTDx and Radio 1 Xtra’s Reece Parkinson, BBC Sport’s Liam Loftus, Burnley fan and Radio 1 DJ Jordan North and Singer and TV presenter Mark Rhodes.
We’re here again for another day of Premier League action but after a seemingly relentless flow of top-flight football over the last few weeks we are now very much at the business end of the season.
The title has been decided and one of the relegation places has been taken up but there’s plenty still to play for with just three games remaining – from finishing in the top six to climbing out of the bottom three.
There’s four games today with significance at both ends of the table – here’s what’s coming up:
Burnley v Wolves (Watch live on BBC Two from 17:30 BST and online – second half on BBC One)
Man City v Bournemouth
Newcastle v Tottenham
Arsenal v Liverpool