Lord Sugar makes bold prediction about where Arsenal and Tottenham will finish

Lord Sugar makes a prediction that will upset Tottenham Hotspur fans...

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Lord Sugar has taken to social media to reveal that he is concerned that Arsenal could still finish above Tottenham this season.

Spurs saw their title hopes come to an end on Monday night as they squandered a two-goal lead and were pegged back and held to a 2-2 draw by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

That result handed Leicester City the title and left Spurs in second place in the table heading into their final two games of the campaign.

Arsenal are currently third in the table and three points behind their bitter local rivals as the Gunners bid to try and finish above the Lilywhites.

And former Spurs chairman Lord Sugar has admitted that he is concerned that Mauricio Pochettino’s men could drop off the pace in the next two games.

Lord Sugar tweeted after Monday’s result:

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Arsenal are currently preparing for their Premier League trip to Manchester City next weekend.

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