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Spurs Odyssey Reviews the Premiership Season
for 2003-2004 - Match 38

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Here are the results of the final round of Premiership matches played on Saturday 15th May, 2004, together with the final table for the season:-



Arsenal    2-1   Leicester 
A. Villa   0-2   Man Utd  
Blackburn  1-1   B'mingham
Bolton     0-2   Fulham     
Charlton   2-1   S'hampton
Chelsea    1-0   Leeds 
Liverpool  1-1   Newcastle 
Man City   5-1   Everton 
P'tsmouth  5-1   M'brough
Wolves     0-2   Spurs	
      
      FA Barclaycard Premiership 
 
Pos Team        P  W  D  L   F   A   GD Pts
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 1  Arsenal    38 26 12  0  73  26   47  90 C
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 2  Chelsea    38 24  7  7  67  30   37  79
 3  Man United 38 23  6  9  64  35   29  75
 4  Liverpool  38 16 12 10  55  37   18  60
 5  Newcastle  38 13 17  8  52  40   12  56
 6  A. Villa   38 15 11 12  48  44    4  56
 7  Charlton   38 14 11 13  51  51    0  53
 8  Bolton     38 14 11 13  48  56   -8  53
 9  Fulham     38 14 10 14  52  46    6  52
10  B'mingham  38 12 14 12  43  48   -5  50
11  M'brough   38 13  9 16  44  52   -8  48
12  S'hampton  38 12 11 15  44  45   -1  47
13  P'tsmouth  38 12  9 17  47  54   -7  45  
14  Spurs      38 13  6 19  47  57  -10  45
15  Blackburn  38 12  8 18  51  59   -8  44
16  Man City   38  9 14 15  55  54    1  41
17  Everton    38  9 12 17  45  57  -12  39
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18  Leicester  38  6 15 17  48  65  -17  33 R
19  Leeds      38  8  9 21  40  79  -39  33 R
20  Wolves     38  7 12 19  38  77  -39  33 R


Many thanks to Joe Doyle for this statistical review of Spurs season:-

Stats from Spurs' season

45 points from 38 games

Of the 45 points, 16 points came from the bottom 3 clubs (the 4-4 versus Leicester, the only game we did not win against the relegated teams) That means we got 29 points against the other 16 clubs in 32 games - less than a point a game. Add in Liverpool whom we now do well against and the figure becomes 25 points against 15 teams in 30 games.

We got 15 points from the 6 games between early Jan and early Feb - probably kept us up - (Brum 4-1,Leeds 1-0, Liverpool 2-1, Portsmouth 4-3, Charlton 4-2) Add in the 5 other games against the relegated teams and those set of results give us 28 points of our 45 points in 10 games. Which leaves 17 points in the remaining 28 games - a draw every other game.

The clubs that did the double on us were:

Chelsea, ManU, Bolton, Fulham, Southampton. (unbelievable last 3)

On first-half performances, we are ranked 16th On second-half performances, we are ranked 11th.

13 wins, 9th best record (same number as Newcastle)
6 draws, joint lowest (with Man United)
19 losses, 2nd worst record - ties with Wolves, better only than Leeds

16 games where we failed to score - worst in the Premiership with Southampton
8 clean sheets kept - fourth worst ahead of Leeds (3 clean sheets), Wolves/Man City (7)
Goal difference of -10 was the fifth worst (16th best)

Home record - 9th best Away record - 16th best

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