Focus on fourth: Pardew insists Champions League dream not over if Chelsea win
They will play a big part in deciding which teams get a Champions League place and who wins the Barclays Premier League title this season, but Alan Pardew is only interested in Newcastle's European hopes.His side face Chelsea, rivals for a top-four spot, tonight after an untimely thrashing at Wigan at the weekend and Pardew knows the league's in-form side are waiting at Stamford Bridge.
Newcastle, in fifth, and Chelsea, in sixth, will play their game in hand on third-placed Arsenal while fellow challengers Tottenham travel to Bolton Wanderers.
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