By Danny Wright

Harry Kane believes that a victory against Chelsea on Saturday could hand Tottenham a major psychological boost in their challenge for the Premier League title.

The weekend saw a major shift in momentum at the top of the table with Spurs closing down the gap to their London rivals to just four points.

Manchester United played a big part in helping Tottenham as they secured a 2-0 win against Antonio Conte’s side courtesy of goals from Marcus Rashford and Ander Herrera.

Spurs and Chelsea meet at Wembley on Saturday in what is bound to be one of the most gripping FA Cup semi-finals in recent history.

Kane, 23, is Tottenham’s top goal scorer this season and made a full return from his ankle injury in the 4-0 win over Bournemouth on Saturday by providing a goal and an assist.

“You never know, if we can win, it might put a bit more doubt in their minds for the Premier League,” said the England international, as quoted by the Talking THFC Twitter page.

“It could be a big thing psychologically. It’s a different competition so it’s difficult to say. But it’s a big game for us.”

The two London rivals each have six games left of their Premier League campaigns.

Chelsea were ten points clear at the top of the league at the beginning of the month but two losses in their last four outings have seen Pochettino’s men crank up the pressure.

Spurs have won their last seven league matches, but face what is arguably a much tougher run-in than Conte’s side.

They have two more home games at White Hart Lane against bitter rivals Arsenal and Man United.

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