Pardew Wants To Upset The Odds And Beat Arsenal

Alan Pardew will be hoping he can finish off what has been a very poor season in the Premier League with a win against the visiting Arsenal side.

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Arsene Wenger– his Arsenal side are in form

Ever since Wenger joined Arsenal in 1996 he has had Arsenal in the top four and has always qualified for the Champions League.

Ar the moment Arsenal are on 70 points and are one point ahead of Tottenham and they also have a much better goal difference, so it seems if Tottenham are going to get into fourth place they have to beat Sunderland at White Hart Lane tomorrow, and Arsenal would need to lose or draw at Newcastle.

This s what Alan Pardew told the Evening Chronicle:

“It’s a huge game for Arsenal – it’s very important for them,” “They need to win, and they’ll have that mentality. They’ll carry a threat, and we’ve got to deal with that. Everyone knows how important Champions League football is to them.”

“One team is going to be under enormous pressure. We’re not under that pressure, but we want to put a performance in and upset the odds. That’s what we want to do.”

Newcastle will be able to field a very good side tomorrow, and Sylvain Marveaux is also available, and Alan Pardew has said the Frenchman will play some part in the game tomorrow.

Steve Harper will be playing his last game for Newcastle,  and Danny Simpson has already played his last game at West Ham.

A win would be a very good way to end this season, and we’ll finish fairly high up the league table too with 3 points – but it will be difficult.

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