Pulis promises Stoke will fight
Stoke boss Tony Pulis insists his side will be up for the fight against strugglers QPR and Bolton in their final two league fixtures.
The Potters are safe in mid-table but will have a potentially decisive say in who goes down as they prepare to face Rangers on Sunday and Bolton next weekend. Those two teams and Blackburn appear in the most danger of joining Wolves in the npower Championship next season, but Wigan and Aston Villa are not safe yet. Pulis said of Sunday's clash: "It's going to be a big game. It's important we approach it in the right manner. We want to get as many points as we possibly can. "Obviously it's very important for QPR and the teams at the bottom of the table and I understand we have a responsibility, but as a football club we want to do well ourselves. We have a responsibility to ourselves first and foremost, never mind anybody else. "I know all the emphasis will be on QPR and Bolton but, as a football club we have to have the respect, dedication and determination to go on and do as well as we can. We've still got a chance of getting 50 points so we'll work our socks off to do that."