Tottenham Hotspur face Chelsea at Stamford Bridge tomorrow in a match that could go a long way towards determining who finishes in the top four of the English Premier League this season.
With UEFA Champions League qualification so important to both clubs and the Blues in fifth place, five points behind Spurs, it’s a huge fixture.
One of the talking points going into the match is the fitness of star Spurs striker Harry Kane, with Mauricio Pochettino revealing this week he has a ‘small possibility’ of featuring against the reigning champions.
He suffered an ankle injury against Bournemouth on 11th March, a problem which was thought to be more serious than allowing a return just two matches later.
Fans would of course love to see him back in action, but they’re wary of rushing him back to action too quickly, fearing he could suffer a setback and be out for their crucial FA Cup semi-final.
They took to Twitter to share their thoughts on his potential return tomorrow…
That's what I think no good rushing him back, sure I'd be glad to see him, but don't want a setback if he comes back too soon.
— Shirley (@shirleymillr63) March 31, 2018
Can't see 90 minutes being good for his ankle. If he could give 30-45 minutes without discomfort and score at least one goal, I would be over the moon.
— Aaron Pitters (@aaronpitters) March 31, 2018
I think I’d be inclined to trust Poch on this, no way he’d risk him if he’s not right
— Phil Stevens (@PhilFluter) March 30, 2018
ONLY if he's 100%. And even then maybe he should start on the bench. I can see one of them feckers going for his ankle.#COYS
— DIY Army ?⚽ ? (@DIY_Army) March 30, 2018
I hope not – bit to soon and would rather he rested until fully fit. I am sure though he has other ideas than mere mortals like me.
— Allspurs (@all_spurs) March 30, 2018
I think he’s not ready, but Poch is just keeping Chelsea guessing. Smart
— Toby D (@atobyd) March 30, 2018
That would not be wise since the FA Cup is our top priority.
— René van der Zalm (@ReneZalm) March 30, 2018
i Wouldn’t chance Harry Kane by bringing him back so early. With or without Kane, Spurs are not going to get a result at Chelsea.
— Andy Cherrington (@8Cherrington403) March 31, 2018
Would be good to have him back, but hope they don't rush him back, still got the semi final to go.
— Shirley (@shirleymillr63) March 30, 2018