Whilst Tottenham Hotspur eye a top-six finish in the Premier League table, Crystal Palace just want to finish with something positive on what’s been a rough restart to this unprecedented campaign.
Spurs can record a fourth straight league victory by handing Palace an eighth consecutive defeat on Sunday, when the season concludes behind closed doors at Selhurst Park.
Tottenham (16-10-11) enter this final matchday seventh in the Premier League table, but if things fall into line, could finish sixth with a shot at a European placement for next season. The potential good news for Spurs is that they are amidst some solid form, going 4-1-0 since losing 3-1 at Sheffield United on July 2.
“One more to go, so we’re not done yet,” superstar Harry Kane, who netted a first-half brace during last weekend’s 3-0 victory over Leicester City, told Tottenham’s official website.
“We’ve won the last three, which is great, but
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