Schneiderlin’s Everton host leaders Chelsea at Goodison this afternoon and a home triumph would turn up the heat in the final run-in to become champions.
If Chelsea crash and Tottenham beat London rivals Arsenal later today, the gap between the top two will be down to just one point.
And with four fixtures left after today, it would be game on for Spurs to win their first league title since 1961 after “wowing” the France midfielder all season.
Schneiderlin is up for playing a major role in Tottenham making history after that agonising 56-year wait for champions’ medals.
He struck up an everlasting bond with Spurs boss Pochettino during their time together at Southampton where Schneiderlin spent seven years of his career.
Schneiderlin, 27, said: “You don’t need to be good at maths to know that if Spurs win and we beat Chelsea, then it’s one point.
“Everything is possible in football and I am sure they think like this and they hope we can win.
“I haven’t played against Chelsea this season but Tottenham are the most impressive team I have played against.
“What Pochettino is doing as a manager with Tottenham is amazing.