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for 2003-2004 - Match 33

Here are the results of matches played and the corresponding league table for the week-end of 11th - 13th April, 2004:-


Newcastle  0-0   Arsenal
A. Villa   3-2   Chelsea
Fulham     3-4   Blackburn
Liverpool  0-1   Charlton
M'brough   3-1   S'hampton
P'tsmouth  3-1   B'mingham
Spurs      1-1   Man City
Wolves     1-2   Bolton
Leeds      1-1   Everton
Man Utd    1-0   Leicester
      
      FA Barclaycard Premiership 
 
Pos Team        P  W  D  L   F   A   GD Pts
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 1  Arsenal    32 23  9  0  62  22   40  78
 2  Chelsea    33 22  5  6  60  27   33  71
 3  Man United 32 21  5  6  59  31   28  68
 4  Liverpool  33 13 10 10  48  36   12  49
 5  Newcastle  32 12 13  7  45  33   12  49
 6  A. Villa   33 13  9 11  44  40    4  48
 7  Charlton   32 13  8 11  43  40    3  47
 8  B'mingham  33 12 10 11  39  41   -2  46
 9  M'brough   33 12  9 12  40  40    0  45
10  Fulham     33 12  8 13  47  44    3  44
11  S'hampton  32 11  9 12  35  32    3  42
12  Bolton     33 10 11 12  38  51  -13  41
13  Everton    33  9 11 13  42  47   -5  38
14  Spurs      33 11  5 17  42  52  -10  38
15  Man City   33  7 13 13  46  47   -1  34
16  Blackburn  33  9  7 17  47  57  -10  34
17  P'tsmouth  32  9  7 16  36  47  -11  34
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18  Leeds      33  8  8 17  35  64  -29  32
19  Leicester  33  5 13 15  41  58  -17  28
20  Wolves     33  5 10 18  31  71  -40  25

In my view, Spurs can forget about Leicester and Wolves who cannot catch us, bearing in mind their remaining fixtures. The Leeds result against Everton was a good one for us, as effectively it leaves Leeds 7 points behind us, when you consider their goal difference.

Leeds play Arsenal at Highbury on Friday night, and although they did win there last year, I do not expect that to happen this time. Therefore, provided Spurs manage just one more win (and you never know, that could come at Bolton on Saturday), then it effectively leaves Leeds needing 10 points from 4 games to get above us. Those 4 games are against Portsmouth and Charlton at home, and Bolton and Chelsea away.

As far as Spurs are concerned, Leicester and Wolves would have to win all 5 of their remaining games to get above us, assuming we can get three more points. If we don't, then things WILL be tense!

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