CRYSTAL Palace defender Danny Gabbidon admits he does not know which teams will be down the bottom of the Premier League come the end of the season. The Welshman believes there are "so many that could get sucked in" when assessing the current standard of the league. The Eagles take on Gabbidon's former club West Ham United on Tuesday night, with new boss Tony Pulis gunning for three points. "It's a tough league with five or six really good teams, and the rest you can pick up points against," said Gabbidon. "I'm not really sure who is going to be down there in the mix but we have to pick up points ourselves, that's the main thing. "These next few games we have got an opportunity to try and do that, close that gap and get us back into the mix. "As long as we're the fourth placed team (at the bottom) at the end of the season, hopefully there will be three worse teams than us and we'll be happy. "There are so many teams that could get sucked into it, it's tough league. "If you go two or three games without a win, it's very hard confidence-wise as there are so many good teams. "We'll just have to see what happens and we're only focused on ourselves in what we're trying to do. "Hopefully at the end of the season we'll be out of the bottom three – that's the main aim."
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