An excellent Sunday for Tottenham Hotspur and we didn't play. Manchester City lost heavily and Liverpool drew with Manchester United.
Premier League Table
- Chelsea 52pts GD+30
- SPURS 45pts GD+29
- Liverpool 45pts GD+25
- Arsenal 44pts GD+26
- Man City 42pts GD+15
- Man Utd 40pts GD+12
Premier League Fixtures Week 22
Saturday 21 January
Liverpool v Swansea City (12:30)
Stoke City v Manchester United (3pm)
Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur (5:30pm)
Sunday 22 January
Arsenal v Burnley (2:15pm)
Chelsea v Hull City (4:30pm)
You have to assume Liverpool will beat a woeful Swansea City side, who will hope to have Tom Carroll available for selection. Arsenal should beat Burnley, a team who are poor away from home and score very few goals. Hull City shouldn't be a match for Chelsea so the table will hinge on our result against Manchester City.
A loss and we will slip to fourth with Chelsea 10 points ahead of us, Liverpool 3 above us and Arsenal 2 above us.
Should we get a draw then Chelsea should be 9 points above us, Liverpool 2 points above us and Arsenal 1 point.
A win of course and all remains the same.
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