As much as we want Leicester to slip-up in the title race, we don’t want that to mean Tottenham have a chance to it.

Leicester drew 2-2 against West Brom on Tuesday night, which puts Spurs in prime position to go top if they win against West Ham on Wednesday – something I’m not too sure Hammers’ fans will be too thrilled about.

With us also to face Swansea, all eyes will be on the north London teams to see who can capitalise on the Foxes dropping two points.

Leicester City’s English striker Jamie Vardy reacts during the English Premier League football match between Leicester City and West Bromwich Albion at the King Power Stadium in Leicester, central England on March 1, 2016. (Photo credit should read OLI SCARFF/AFP/Getty Images)

Arsenal have the ‘advantage’ of being at home, although I doubt we could have any advantage right now if we play how we did against Manchester United on Sunday.

Our north London rivals on the other hand play away and West Ham, who aren’t too far off the top four in sixth, have been known to play extremely strongly on their turf. Just this season they’ve taken points off the likes of Man City, Liverpool, Southampton and Chelsea at Upton Park.

Fingers crossed they can do it again.