The Argentinian says the TV schedule won’t impede his side’s title bid.
Leicester will now have the advantage of knowing victories will see Spurs having to continually make up ground.
The Spurs chief added: “I don’t say if it’s fair or unfair.
“I think the battle is again us, not only Leicester but first we need to try to win the game, then wait what happened with them.
“But I think now we’re in a moment where we need to be focussed on us.
“We have a very tough game against Liverpool and it’s important to win the game.
“If we don’t win the game, after it’s impossible to want nothing in the Leicester game. Our game is more important.”