Pardew: 'The Most Important Game Is ...

Last updated : 14 December 2013 By Footy Mad - Editor

Alan Pardew: "The most important game is always the next one.

"We've lost Yohan for the next game and that's a blow to us. But the way we have played has given me confidence to put any type of game plan in front of this group. And they will do it to the best of their ability.

"What we have to do is build on this now. We are in a great position.

"We have a good side coming here against my old team, and I really want to win that - trust me! We will be up for that one. Let's hope we get a couple of breaks and get a win then too."

Saturday December 14
12:45 Manchester City v Arsenal 
15:00 Cardiff City v West Brom 
15:00 Chelsea v Crystal Palace 
15:00 Everton v Fulham 
15:00 Newcastle United v Southampton 
15:00 West Ham United v Sunderland 
17:30 Hull City v Stoke City

Sunday December 15
13:30 Aston Villa v Man Utd 
13:30 Norwich City v Swansea City 
16:0 Tottenham v Liverpool





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