Former player outlines what Spurs must do to finish third

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Former Tottenham Hotspur player Paul Miller believes that the club’s fate of qualifying for Champions League football next season is in their own hands.

Tottenham currently sit in third place in the Premier League table despite losing 1-0 at Manchester City on Saturday lunchtime.

Arsenal were unable to take advantage of their North London rivals defeat at the Etihad. Unai Emery’s side could have moved into third place and gone two points ahead of Spurs with victory against Crystal Palace, but instead lost 3-2.

Manchester United also missed the opportunity to go level on points with Spurs if they could have beaten Everton, only for them to be comprehensively beaten 4-0.

Miller has claimed that if Spurs can win their three remaining matches at the new stadium, it will be enough for the club to clinch third place in the table.

Spurs host Brighton tomorrow night a the 62,062 seater stadium and also have upcoming fixtures against West Ham United and Everton in North London.

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