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Last updated: 19/04/19 23:44

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is determined to further derail the Manchester City season when the two clubs meet live again on Saturday Sky sports,

The Spurs manager admits that it will be very tough for his team. The quadruple bid by City was already over when they scored a dramatic away win in the Champions League on Wednesday.

The city has now focused on defending the Premier League crown, and if they beat the Spurs, they'll be back on top.

City boss Pep Guardiola believes that the injury from the extraordinary game on Wednesday will serve as a motivation, but Pochettino has denied that the hosts will take revenge.

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"No revenge," he said.

"They'll be safe as we move from the Champions League to the Premier League.

"They will fight for a massive cause, namely to win the Premier League, and the main challenge is to win the Premier League for them."

And Spurs can not sit back and enjoy the joy of reaching their first Champions League semi-finals – where they'll face Ajax – as they are involved in their own Top 4 fight.

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They are three points better than sixth-placed Manchester United with Arsenal and Chelsea. The race for Champions League football looks like a win.

Spurs may have been able to make do without such a hasty return to the Etihad as they had suffered injuries in the key areas, with strikers Harry Kane and Harry Winks definitely eliminated, while the latter's midfielder Moussa Sissoko is unlikely to recover from the groin in the middle of the week.

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Pochettino said: "Now we have to think that we have to be among the top four next season, that's our challenge and it will be tough.

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says it's a "big challenge" to prepare his players to meet Manchester City for the third time in 12 days

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says it's a "big challenge" to prepare his players to meet Manchester City for the third time in 12 days

"It's difficult because our circumstances are not the best, you have almost all the players fit and we need to score the players.

"We will miss some players that are so important and we need to think about how we will mix with each other.

"But we have to be sure that we are ready to fight and challenge them and it will be tough.

"They will not fight for revenge.

"Of course they will try to win the game as they need the three points we need."

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