Tottenham fullback Davies: Top-four necessary for success

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Tottenham are looking to secure a top-four finish for the third consecutive season under Mauricio Pochettino.

The hosts' excellent defensive record at Wembley means that seven of their 11 home wins have seen fewer than four goals scored, and with seven of Newcastle's ten away defeats also seeing fewer than four goals in total, we think a Tottenham Win and Under 3.5 Goals is a great bet, along with a 2-0 correct score predictions. We need to enjoy, be focused and try to win'.

City, who notched a 105th of the campaign through Fernandinho after the break, can now become the first English top-flight team to finish a season with a century of points and 32 wins should they prevail at Southampton on Sunday.

"If you analyse all in context, I think it is an unbelievable season". When you finish in one position, it is because you deserve to be there.

"Of course it's never enough in football and I always told the players, after working hard for two hours in a training session 'yes well done but it's not enough, it's not enough".

It was his 28th Premier League goal of the season and it eased the considerable tension inside Wembley.

"We were not playing at our home stadium and we have done well so far, it's now about finishing the job".

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"For me, unbelievable progression", he said.

"You need to respect all 24 players".

Tottenham's last home league win against Newcastle was at White Hart Lane in February 2013, with Gareth Bale scoring twice. We were playing fantastic, we were very confident about winning.

Things are going wrong at the worst possible time, but they may take comfort in the fact that Newcastle have lost their last three games on the trot to Watford, West Brom, and Everton.

"Last night he started with vomiting and fever and now it's normal that he needs a minimum of 48 hours to recover to be available again for training".

"I want to take the positives, so I would prefer to be here talking about a bad run, but knowing we are safe, rather than being on a bad run and also be anxious about relegation". The Terriers managed a goalless draw against Manchester City this weekend, which might give hope that they can pull off another shock result in west London.

The Frenchman was however called into action just short of the half hour, needing to be at full stretch to keep out a Jamaal Lascelles header from a corner, while Dwight Gayle headed over moments later despite having the freedom of Spurs' six yard box. The doctors are helping him.

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