With Chelsea and Arsenal around the corner, West Ham will have a clear idea about their top-four credentials by the time 2014 comes to a close. Hammers boss, Sam Allardyce is relishing the challenge though and holds no fear for the daunting task his team will face in the next two games.
“We’ve earned the right to go to try to see if we can do that. As difficult as it might be, I think the lads are confident enough to think they may have the capabilities of doing it.” Allardyce said.
Chelsea boss, Mourinho will be hoping his side can continue to grind out results which has seen them top the league without playing particularly fascinating football such as recent wins over Hull City and Stoke City.
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