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Spurs’ quest for a Champions League place has been on the back foot for most of the season but it has come to a screeching halt in recent weeks, with two wins from six leaving them behind the chasing pack.
It is still possible that Mason’s men do claim a seat at Europe’s top table next term and their recent scoring record will at least give them hope that they can push all the way, having netted 18 times in their last nine Premier League outings.
They will almost certainly have little trouble increasing that tally against the Blades, who have conceded 39 goals in their 18 games against top-half clubs this season, losing 17 of those fixtures.
Given United have already been relegated, they may opt to play more care-free football than they usually do, which could contribute to a high-scoring game considering the hosts have only kept one clean sheet in their last seven league matches.
Ryan Mason reports no change on the injury front as he continues preparations to face Sheffield United in the Premier League on Sunday (7.15pm).
That means Ben Davies remains sidelined as he recovers from an injury that has kept him out since 21 March.
Speaking in his press conference after training on Friday, Interim Head Coach Ryan also told the media that Harry Kane was fine after returning from injury and starting the Carabao Cup Final on Sunday.
He said: “In terms of injuries, it’s the same as last week. Ben Davies is the only one out injured at the moment. Matt Doherty has been training since last week. He had a period of time out injured, but he’s back with the group and has trained all week.
“Harry is fine in terms of the injury. He was disappointed (after the final), like all of us. It hurts us, players, coaches, everyone associated with the Club. Harry is a top professional, like the whole group. We’ve trained hard, trained well and we’re prepared for the weekend.”