Saturday, March 16, 2013

Premier League Contest - Match 29

Getting down to the grit. Only 10 matches left for most, for some clubs, only nine. We'll get into more of that at the bottom.

Welcome to Match 29.

Manchester United managed to eliminate another club last week, as Swansea, despite winning their match, was mathematically eliminated. If United beats Reading, West Bromwich and Liverpool are out. If United win, and Everton lose or draw, they are out as well.

ClubPldPts
Man Utd 2871
Man City 2859
Tottenham 2954
Chelsea 2852
Arsenal 2847
Liverpool 2945
Everton 2845
West Brom 2943
Swansea 2940
Fulham 2833
Stoke 2933
West Ham 2833
Newcastle 2933
Norwich 2933
Sunderland 2930
Southampton 2928
Aston Villa 2927
Wigan 2824
Reading 2923
QPR 2923

Speaking of Liverpool, it was brought to my attention that not everyone had last weekend off for FA Cup action. Okay, I'm an idiot. Thanks for the email Richard....

A partial schedule was played, with 6 matches.

IF your team played last weekend, you may make a seperate post on this weekends action for that result.
Please make it seperate and put the date on there somewhere so when I tabulate points, I know why I'm counting your team twice.

Enjoy the full slate of games this weekend, and let's have your results posted by late Monday afternoon.

and as always, Go United!!!

6 comments:

dayf said...

Arsenal 2 - Swansea 0
Nacho & Gervinho with the goals.

I think we can pretty much give the crown to Man U after this week.

Al Kawamoto said...

Southampton 3

Morgan Schneiderlin (6)
Rickie Lambert (33)
Jay Rodriguez (80)


Liverpool 1


Phillippe Coutinho (45+1

jackplumstead said...

Tottingham 0 Fulham 1
That man Berbatov does it again and wins this London Derby for Fulham.

Richard Nebe Jr. said...

Reading loses yet another game, this weekend to Manchester United. Wayne Rooney launches one past Stuart Taylor for the lone goal of the game by Man United.

Richard Nebe Jr. said...

Whilst last weekend, on the 9th of March. Nathan Baker scores first for Reading, followed by an answering goal from Christian Benteke for Aston Villa. Gabriel Agbonlahor finds the net for Aston Villa's final goal of the game as Reading falls yet again, to Aston Villa 1-2.

Commishbob said...

Man U 1
Reading 0

Rooney scored. Game was pretty uneventful