Barcelona v Tottenham: Mauricio Pochettino believes Spurs can win

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This term, however, a switch to a more central role has seen him flourish and he has been superb in Tottenham's recent wins over Chelsea and Inter Milan.

Should Spurs beat Inter, however, a point would confirm the La Liga champions as Group B winners.

Unai Emery's side are undefeated in 17 matches but Spurs ended Chelsea's unbeaten start to the campaign on Saturday and then beat Inter Milan in Wednesday's Champions League clash to extend their winning run to six games in all competitions.

"The form we're in right now, it's probably the flawless time to go there", he said."It's a game the fans want to win and one we want to win". To arrive at Barcelona and compete in our best we need to have fresh legs, fresh minds, no injuries.

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"I expect that they are going to play with all the best players, but I don't know how they are going to prepare the side", he added.

"This game this weekend is a bigger game for Arsenal than Tottenham, that is how it has swung really", Merson told The Debate.

A draw and victory against PSV revived Tottenham's prospects, showing the resilience that has Pochettino's side in third place in the Premier League only five points behind Manchester City.

"It's a mistake we made, that at this level of football we can not repeat", Pochettino said, as reported by the BBC. It will be so tough but we have...

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"What Barcelona do is not in our hands". That, of course, would mean Spurs must beat Barcelona at the Nou Camp to progress.

"I'm sure Barcelona will not give anything easy to Tottenham even if they are already qualified", Spalletti said.

He subsequently described it as "the worst seven months of my life" but, when the pair come face-to-face again at the north London derby at the Emirates on Sunday, Moura is adamant there will no need for him to prove himself to the Arsenal manager.

"I like to think about the four years when I was very happy there and I won a lot of trophies".

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"The most important is to try to avoid risk, to mix ... and rotate", Pochettino said.