Arsenal confident of beating Tottenham to Champions League fourth place
Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny has thrown down the gauntlet to Tottenham Hotspur, saying that his side will come ahead of the Spurs in the Champions League, adding that the Spurs players are 'not good enough'.
Tottenham goes to Chelsea tomorrow night needing to win their blockbuster Premier League game in hand, which if possible, will place them in fourth place ahead of the Gunners, the Mirror reports.
However, the report added, defeat would leave Andre Villas-Boas and his men needing Arsenal to slip up to allow them back into the race.
Stating that he believes that Arsenal will finish above both Tottenham and Chelsea, Szczesny said that the Spurs do not have quality enough to win the match, adding that Chelsea has to play against both Tottenham and Everton, which are potentially difficult games.
According to the Pole, it will be enough for them to win the fourth place if they win their next two games, adding that the fact will be made all the more easier as either Chelsea or Spurs will drop points because they play each other. (ANI)
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