Spurs are Premier League title favourites says Ranieri

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Danny Drinkwater and Andy King scored the goals for Ranieri’s side but there was a determination about West Brom, who took the lead through Salomon Rondon and later equalised with a fine Craig Gardner free-kick. The only concern for Pulis will be whether they have enough pace at the back to cope with the guile of Riyad Mahrez, Shinji Okazaki and Jamie Vardy.

Leicester squandered a slew of late chances to grab all three points, and could now surrender top spot on the ladder should Tottenham beat London rivals West Ham on Wednesday.
“I have told the players we are alive and our spirit is ready to fight again”. Tonight we created a lot of chances but we drew the match.
King is the club’s longest-serving player and has been with City from their lowest point in League One, to the Championship, and now in a fight for the Premier League title. I am satisfied with the performance. “I want you to remember where we started”. “They haven’t conceded in the last six, seven games, so it was successful for us”.
He said: “When you play against teams like Norwich, and West Bromwich, we have to be patient and find the solution”.
But instead of wilting, they have reeled off four wins in five matches, including over Tottenham, Liverpool and Man City in the Premier League since January 23.
“We can not feel sorry for ourselves”, said manager Arsene Wenger whose team are three points behind Spurs.
He added: “We don’t think about it, we are thinking about what we are doing well and badly. Now they must focus on Watford [on Saturday]”.
They squandered an opportunity to take the lead moments later when Drinkwater got to the byline and his deflected cross sat up for Vardy, who headed against the bar.
“We are confident. We try to do our best”.
A Leicester City supporting film student has cashed out a £2 bet with Ladbrokes on his side winning the title for £1,600.
Baggies boss Tony Pulis said: “Brunty is going to see a specialist tomorrow so we will wait until he’s done that until we announce what is wrong with him”.
“Every Leicester fan has to be proud of their team”. “It would be fantastic if Leicester could do it, they’ve been a breath of fresh air really this year”.
Meanwhile, Albion’s Chris Brunt will see a specialist on Wednesday to discover the severity of the knee injury he suffered at the weekend.
It was Costa’s eighth goal in his last 10 league games for improving mid-table Chelsea, who had to fight off a late rally by Norwich after the hosts pulled a goal back when winger Nathan Redmond fired a rasping drive into the net after 68 minutes.