Christian Eriksen sure Tottenham will beat Crystal Palace

Christian Eriksen challenges Tottenham to continue their improved league form when they host Crystal Palace

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
Christian Eriksen
Christian Eriksen joined Tottenham from Ajax in January Photo: The Sport Review

Christian Eriksen has challenged Tottenham to continue their improved Premier League form under Tim Sherwood when they host Crystal Palace on Saturday.

The north Londoners have won three of their last four top-flight games since Andre Villas-Boas’ sacking last month.

And playmaker Eriksen is confident that Sherwood’s side will continue their positive run by beating Tony Pulis’ Eagles at White Hart Lane.

“We’ll probably have the ball more, but we just have to use the ball well against what could be a defensive team,” Eriksen told Spurs’ website.

“Every game is difficult but I believe we can maintain our good run of form in the league and pick up another win.

“We’ve played some good games in the Premier League over the last month and hopefully we can build on that.

“We’re determined to get the three points on Saturday.”


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