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Redknapp vows Spurs will fight for third

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Defiant Harry Redknapp has told Arsenal to think again if they believe they have won the race for third place.

Tottenham crashed out of the Barclays Premier League top three, which earn automatic Champions League qualification places, for the first time in almost three months after they could only draw 1-1 with Stoke on Wednesday evening. North London rivals Arsenal, meanwhile, won 1-0 at Everton.

Spurs boss Redknapp refused to be disheartened by his side's recent slump, saying: "We can still finish above Arsenal. Arsenal can think it's all over. It's not all over. There's a long way to go yet. There'll be twists and turns. It's all to play for still. They're not going to win every game, are they, I don't think."

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