Sport RESULT: Who should be on POTY list?

20:15  11 april  2017
20:15  11 april  2017 Source:

Cahill: Pressure is on Chelsea

  Cahill: Pressure is on Chelsea Gary Cahill says Chelsea are under pressure at the top of the Premier League after their defeat to Crystal Palace allowed Tottenham to close the gap. Spurs' 2-0 win at Burnley cut the lead to seven points with nine games to go, after the Blues lost 2-1 at home for the first time since September.Asked if the team was now under pressure when they face Manchester City on Wednesday, Cahill said: "Yes. There's no point shying away from that."If we'd got the result against Crystal Palace it would have eased the pressure but not getting the result adds to the pressure.

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Kante? Hazard? Alli? Zlatan? Who should be named on the PFA Players' Player of the Year shortlist? We collated your votes...

N'Golo Kante is the user favourite with 27,000 votes, followed by Chelsea team-mate Eden Hazard (21,000) after a fine season for the Premier League leaders.

Spurs' Dele Alli has enjoyed another impressive campaign under Mauricio Pochettino, and the midfielder finished third with 18,000 votes, ahead of Romelu Lukaku with 16,000.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic came fifth (16,000), followed by Sadio Mane of Liverpool (12,000).

With only six players making the shortlist, users believe Spurs striker Harry Kane will not make the cut, having received 9,700 votes.

David Luiz, Philippe Coutinho, Diego Costa, Alexis Sanchez, Kevin De Bruyne and Sergio Aguero rounded off the list of those outside the top six.

The official six-man shortlist for the award will be announced at 11am on Wednesday morning.

Take a look at the favourites for the award below, and how you voted...

Conte: I hope to stay at Chelsea for a long time .
Inter are reportedly keen on offering the Italian a mega-money return to Serie A but the Blues boss is happy at Stamford BridgeChelsea head coach Antonio Conte is keen on a long-term stay at Stamford Bridge as a brilliant first season in the Premier League looks set to end in glory.


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