Pulis: There are no easy games

The Potters play Chelsea in the Premier League this weekend, just

days before the Blues are in action against Manchester United in

the Champions League quarter-finals, while their game at Tottenham

on April 9 lands between Spurs’ last-eight fixtures with Real

Madrid. Yet Pulis believes Chelsea and Spurs possess enough

strength in depth to ensure his troops will face a tough time in

both fixtures. “Their ultimate goal must be to re-qualify for the

Champions League, and the best way to do that is to finish in the

top four,” Pulis told the Sentinel. “Whatever teams they put out

against us, they will be going for the three points. “Just look at

Chelsea against Man City the other day. They had Salomon Kalou and

Fernando Torres on the pitch and the little matter of Didier Drogba

and Nicolas Anelka on the bench. “And if Tottenham go with Rafael

van der Vaart and Jermain Defoe, that leaves Peter Crouch and Roman

Pavlyuchenko in reserve.”