Harry Redknapp has urged the importance of Tottenham winning at Chelsea to keep alive any hope of a Champions League place.
Spurs are four points behind fourth-placed Man City with five matches remaining
“We need to go to Stamford Bridge and win. It will be a tough game but we have to try and pick up three points to stay in that race,” Redknapp said.
“Man City are in pole position now but it’s all to play for. We have to be positive and win as many as we can. It can still be done. ”
“The idea is to be in striking distance when we go to Man City (on May 10). We have some tough games coming up but I still think it will go down to the wire.”
“Our first year in the Champions League has been hard. It has taken its toll but the Europa League takes a bigger toll,” Redknapp said.
“Playing on Thursday and Sunday is not ideal but if that’s what we end up with that’s what we end up with.”
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