Only three points on Monday will do if Tottenham are to keep their title hopes alive. Having seen Leicester City see off Swansea in style, Spurs will need a similar performance when they host West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League at White Hart Lane.
The 4-0 win for Leicester on Sunday means the lead is back up to eight points, and with just three matches remaining after this round of fixtures, there really is no room for mistakes from Tottenham. A win on Monday will cut the gap down to five points, but if Spurs fail to pick up anything but a victory, the title race could be over by the time Mauricio Pochettino's men play Chelsea in seven days.
"We know that we are in a period where we must win to still believe in our dream of winning the title," Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino, who refused to let any of his team attend the PFA awards function on Sunday in order to concentrate on this match, told the club's official website. "There's no repeating this to the players, we say nothing because they know and we all know that this is a very important game for us.
"You never know what will happen with the opponent, this is difficult to guess. The only thing that we can control is us and how we are in the game. This is the most important thing -- to focus on ourselves."
If Spurs do manage to do that on Monday, there really is no reason for them not to come away with anything but three points. West Brom have little to play for, for the rest of the season considering their safety is pretty much assured and there is no way they can compete for the European places.
Arsenal played an uninspired West Brom in the Premier League on Thursday and Spurs will hope a similar team shows up against them as well.
Going into this game, plenty of the focus will be on Dele Alli, who was named the PFA Young Player of the Year. While Harry Kane missed out on the PFA Player of the Year award to Leicester's Riyad Mahrez, expect the striker to also be keen to make a really good impression and firm his grip on Premier League golden boot list.
Where to Watch Live
Tottenham vs West Brom is scheduled for an 8 p.m. BST (12.30 a.m. IST, 3 p.m. ET) start. Live TV coverage of the match in India will be on Star Sports 1 and Star Sports HD1, while the match can also be watched via live streaming online on Hotstar and Starsports.com.
The Premier League match will be shown live in the UK on Sky Sports 1, with the live stream option on Watch Sky Sports.
NBCSN will broadcast the game live in the US, while the action can also be live streamed on NBC Sports Live Extra. Audience in Canada can watch the action live on TSN 5 and TSN 4, with the live streaming option on TSN TV.
Viewers in Singapore can watch the match live on 102 mio, while live coverage of the game in Thailand will be on CTH.
Bein Sports Arabia 2 will broadcast Spurs vs West Brom live in the Middle East and North Africa, while the action can also be live streamed on Bein Sports Connect.