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    Quote Originally Posted by Luises-Finger View Post
    Only if we match others in performances against teams not in the mini league. We probably did well in this mini league last season.

    We're building up unreasonable expectations way ahead of time.
    then maybe we should control ourselves a bit more then

    taking it as it is, an interesting stat - then it does bode well for when klopp and the team sort out playing the lesser teams as the difference between top four and a title is how you approach the games among the other contenders be it this season or the next. simple equation, lesser teams = top four, contenders = title.
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    Very impressed so far with Jurgen's Reds.

    We need to win the Mid Table and Below Mini League, too.

    The crazy thing for me is that it's evident we can beat anyone. These aren't shock results. We play very well. If we could find some consistency regardless of opposition then we'd be in with a shout of a league title.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PHIL. View Post
    Very impressed so far with Jurgen's Reds.

    We need to win the Mid Table and Below Mini League, too.

    The crazy thing for me is that it's evident we can beat anyone. These aren't shock results. We play very well. If we could find some consistency regardless of opposition then we'd be in with a shout of a league title.
    agreed. only thing is we can't see that consistency until after its happened. except for unitd the next block of games should all be winnable, so hopefully we should know more at the end of it. we need to be careful we [as fans] don't go ott when we do lose or draw though as its only arsenal and the invincible that have gone through a season undefeated in near enough 30 years.. for me, still expecting us to be near the top come xmas..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Geoff View Post
    Good work Darren I like this thread, just a suggestion I think you should maybe add Everton to this and make it a big 8, Koeman going about his business quietly and effectively down the road
    The trouble is, it's always been a 'Big 7' thread over the last few years that I've done it - and I don't like change.

    If Everton finish in the top 4 this year, I'll consider them for inclusion in the 'Big 7' next year. I can't say fairer than that.
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    This is how the big 7 have fared in results against each other so far this season...








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    Liverpool 4-1 ██
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    Man.Utd 4-1 1-2 ██
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    BIG 7 MINI-TABLE

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    Liverpool 4
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    2 Arsenal 3 1 1 1 6 4 +2 4
    3 Man.Utd 2 1 0 1 5 3 +2 3
    4 Man.City 1 1 0 0 2 1 +1 3
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    Arsenal's win over Chelsea lifts them into 2nd place - just 6 points behind leaders Liverpool.

    Man.Utd move up to 3rd and Chelsea sink to the bottom.

    Liverpool have scored 11 of the 28 goals scored in the league so far.








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    Oct 02
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    Oct 15
    Chelsea
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    Oct 17 Liverpool v Man.Utd
    Oct 23 Chelsea v Man.Utd
    Oct 29 Tottenham v Leicester


    Nov 06
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    Nov 19
    Man.Utd v
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    Nov 26 ..... Chelsea v Tottenham


    Dec 03
    Man.City v
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    Dec 10
    Leicester v
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    Dec 11 Man.Utd v Tottenham
    Dec 17 Man.City v Arsenal
    Dec 31 Liverpool v Man.City



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    Quote Originally Posted by PHIL. View Post
    Very impressed so far with Jurgen's Reds.

    We need to win the Mid Table and Below Mini League, too.

    The crazy thing for me is that it's evident we can beat anyone. These aren't shock results. We play very well. If we could find some consistency regardless of opposition then we'd be in with a shout of a league title.
    Still about the defence really
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    Man city's December isn't easy is it
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    This is how the big 7 have fared in results against each other so far this season...








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    Liverpool 4-1 ██
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    BIG 7 MINI-TABLE

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    Liverpool 4
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    2 Arsenal 3 1 1 1 6 4 +2 4
    3 Tottenham 2 1 1 0 3 1 +2 4
    4 Man.Utd 2 1 0 1 5 3 +2 3
    5 Man.City 2 1 0 1 2 3 -1 3
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    Spurs move up to 3rd, in what is proving to be a tight battle between 6 teams, for 2nd place.

    The next match features the bottom two sides, as they face each other at Stamford Bridge, with both Chelsea and Leicester still looking for their first win.

    Two days later sees the biggest game of the season, as Mourinho's expensive flops arrive at Anfield's cauldron, for the toughest 90 minutes of their lives.

    A win for Liverpool will take them 9 points clear at the top...










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    Oct 15
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    Oct 17 Liverpool v Man.Utd
    Oct 23 Chelsea v Man.Utd
    Oct 29 Tottenham v Leicester


    Nov 06
    Arsenal
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    Nov 19
    Man.Utd v
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    Nov 26 ..... Chelsea v Tottenham


    Dec 03
    Man.City v
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    Dec 10
    Leicester v
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    Dec 11 Man.Utd v Tottenham
    Dec 17 Man.City v Arsenal
    Dec 31 Liverpool v Man.City



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    Liverpool 4-1 ██
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    Man.Utd 4-1 1-2 ██
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    BIG 7 MINI-TABLE

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    2 Arsenal 3 1 1 1 6 4 +2 4
    3 Tottenham 2 1 1 0 3 1 +2 4
    4 Man.Utd 2 1 0 1 5 3 +2 3
    5 Chelsea 3 1 0 2 4 5 -1 3
    6 Man.City 2 1 0 1 2 3 -1 3
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    So Chelsea win the 'battle at the bottom' and now move above Man.City into 5th place.

    Leicester are the only side without a win.

    All attention now turns to the big one on Monday night...










    REMAINING FIXTURES
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    Oct 17 Liverpool v Man.Utd
    Oct 23 Chelsea v Man.Utd
    Oct 29 Tottenham v Leicester


    Nov 06
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    Nov 19
    Man.Utd v
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    Nov 26 ..... Chelsea v Tottenham


    Dec 03
    Man.City v
    Chelsea
    Dec 10
    Leicester v
    Man.City
    Dec 11 Man.Utd v Tottenham
    Dec 18 Man.City v Arsenal
    Dec 31 Liverpool v Man.City



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    This is how the big 7 have fared in results against each other so far this season...








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    Chelsea ██ 3-0 1-2
    Leicester 0-0 ██
    Liverpool 4-1 ██ 0-0
    Man.City ██
    Man.Utd 4-1 1-2 ██
    .Tottenham. 1-1 2-0 ██






    BIG 7 MINI-TABLE

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    Liverpool 5
    3
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    6
    +5
    11
    2 Arsenal 3 1 1 1 6 4 +2 4
    3 Man.Utd 3 1 1 1 5 3 +2 4
    4 Tottenham 2 1 1 0 3 1 +2 4
    5 Chelsea 3 1 0 2 4 5 -1 3
    6 Man.City 2 1 0 1 2 3 -1 3
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    Leicester 4
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    Liverpool extend their lead at the top to 7 points, and can now take a well-deserved break until New Year's Eve.

    Man.Utd join Arsenal and Tottenham on 4 points, as the rest battle it out for 2nd place.








    REMAINING FIXTURES
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    Oct 23 Chelsea v Man.Utd
    Oct 29 Tottenham v Leicester


    Nov 06
    Arsenal
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    Nov 19
    Man.Utd v
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    Nov 26 ..... Chelsea v Tottenham


    Dec 03
    Man.City v
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    Dec 10
    Leicester v
    Man.City
    Dec 11 Man.Utd v Tottenham
    Dec 18 Man.City v Arsenal
    Dec 31 Liverpool v Man.City



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    Tottenham haven't played at any of the top teams away from home yet.

    Looking at the above table we are in a good position to strike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darrren1 View Post
    This is how the big 7 have fared in results against each other so far this season...








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    Leicester 0-0 ██
    Liverpool 4-1 ██ 0-0
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    Man.Utd 4-1 1-2 ██
    .Tottenham. 1-1 2-0 ██






    BIG 7 MINI-TABLE

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    Liverpool 5
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    2 Arsenal 3 1 1 1 6 4 +2 4
    3 Man.Utd 3 1 1 1 5 3 +2 4
    4 Tottenham 2 1 1 0 3 1 +2 4
    5 Chelsea 3 1 0 2 4 5 -1 3
    6 Man.City 2 1 0 1 2 3 -1 3
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    Liverpool extend their lead at the top to 7 points, and can now take a well-deserved break until New Year's Eve.

    Man.Utd join Arsenal and Tottenham on 4 points, as the rest battle it out for 2nd place.








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    Oct 23 Chelsea v Man.Utd
    Oct 29 Tottenham v Leicester


    Nov 06
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    Nov 19
    Man.Utd v
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    Nov 26 ..... Chelsea v Tottenham


    Dec 03
    Man.City v
    Chelsea
    Dec 10
    Leicester v
    Man.City
    Dec 11 Man.Utd v Tottenham
    Dec 18 Man.City v Arsenal
    Dec 31 Liverpool v Man.City



    What is most impressive is that every top team we have played we have been the better side, even when not at our best. It also seems like we are getting some rythm together when getting results against lesser teams now too.
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    This is how the big 7 have fared in results against each other so far this season...








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    Leicester 0-0 ██
    Liverpool 4-1 ██ 0-0
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    Man.Utd 4-1 1-2 ██
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    BIG 7 MINI-TABLE

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    Liverpool 5
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    2 Chelsea 4 2 0 2 8 5 +3 6
    3 Arsenal 3 1 1 1 6 4 +2 4
    4 Tottenham 2 1 1 0 3 1 +2 4
    5 Man.Utd 4 1 1 2 5 7 -2 4
    6 Man.City 2 1 0 1 2 3 -1 3
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    Chelsea's thumping of Man.Utd moves them up to 2nd place - just 5 points behind leaders Liverpool and with a game in hand.

    Utd sink to 5th, just 3 points clear of bottom-placed Leicester.

    Spurs have the chance to overtake Chelsea and go 2nd next weekend, as they host the Foxes.









    REMAINING FIXTURES
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    Oct 29 Tottenham v Leicester


    Nov 06
    Arsenal
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    Nov 19
    Man.Utd v
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    Nov 26 ..... Chelsea v Tottenham


    Dec 03
    Man.City v
    Chelsea
    Dec 10
    Leicester v
    Man.City
    Dec 11 Man.Utd v Tottenham
    Dec 18 Man.City v Arsenal
    Dec 31 Liverpool v Man.City



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    What's exciting to me about this is the number of "big" games each team is involved in up to New Year.

    Tottenham: 4
    Man City: 4
    Arsenal: 3
    Chelsea: 2
    United: 2
    Liverpool: 1

    Lots of chances for us to try to capitalise on games that will see at least one direct rival drop points.
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    I feel Leicester should be removed
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    Quote Originally Posted by PHIL. View Post
    What's exciting to me about this is the number of "big" games each team is involved in up to New Year.

    Tottenham: 4
    Man City: 4
    Arsenal: 3
    Chelsea: 2
    United: 2
    Liverpool: 1

    Lots of chances for us to try to capitalise on games that will see at least one direct rival drop points.
    Yup. We've had our tough games and done pretty well.

    Now it's time for others to fight it out, while we sit back with the popcorn...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamingOfKlopp View Post
    I feel Leicester should be removed
    They're not doing that badly - only 3 points off Utd in the actual table.

    Plus, after their incredible achievements last season, the least they deserve is a place in this table and our full respect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darrren1 View Post
    They're not doing that badly - only 3 points off Utd in the actual table.

    Plus, after their incredible achievements last season, the least they deserve is a place in this table and our full respect.
    Probably should remove united too tbh
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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamingOfKlopp View Post
    Probably should remove united too tbh
    Now that could be worth considering

    Except it's fun to add scores like '4-0' against them.
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    Lots of results going in our favor this weekend. More of that please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darrren1 View Post
    Now that could be worth considering

    Except it's fun to add scores like '4-0' against them.


    That is definitely true!!
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    Abit harsh on Everton, Leicester have 1 good season and they classed as "Big" while Everton are usually in top 8
    However they should both not be in this table.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SinghIsLFC View Post
    Abit harsh on Everton, Leicester have 1 good season and they classed as "Big" while Everton are usually in top 8
    However they should both not be in this table.
    Leicester beat Chelsea, Liverpool, Man.City and Tottenham last year. They were also league champions.

    So when I started this thread near the beginning of the season, I thought they were worthy of a place in it.

    Everton only managed to beat Chelsea last year and haven't had a sniff of the title in nearly 30 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darrren1 View Post
    Leicester beat Chelsea, Liverpool, Man.City and Tottenham last year. They were also league champions.

    So when I started this thread near the beginning of the season, I thought they were worthy of a place in it.

    Everton only managed to beat Chelsea last year and haven't had a sniff of the title in nearly 30 years.
    TBH it makes sense including Leicester since they were last seasons champions, if for nothing but reference.
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    We've done superb. Now to keep it going against the other teams.
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    This is how the big 7 have fared in results against each other so far this season...








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    Chelsea ██ 3-0 1-2 4-0
    Leicester 0-0 ██
    Liverpool 4-1 ██ 0-0
    Man.City ██
    Man.Utd 4-1 1-2 ██
    .Tottenham. 1-1 1-1 2-0 ██






    BIG 7 MINI-TABLE

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    Liverpool 5
    3
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    11
    6
    +5
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    2 Chelsea 4 2 0 2 8 5 +3 6
    3 Tottenham 3 1 2 0 4 2 +2 5
    4 Arsenal 3 1 1 1 6 4 +2 4
    5 Man.Utd 4 1 1 2 5 7 -2 4
    6 Man.City 2 1 0 1 2 3 -1 3
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    Spurs get a point which puts them into 3rd place, above North-London rivals Arsenal.

    Leicester stay bottom, but are just 1 point behind Man City.

    The Foxes, like Liverpool, have just one more game to play in the first half of the season. And, like Liverpool, it's a home game with Man.City in December.








    REMAINING FIXTURES
    (FIRST HALF OF THE SEASON)




    Nov 06
    Arsenal
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    Tottenham
    Nov 19
    Man.Utd v
    Arsenal
    Nov 26 ..... Chelsea v Tottenham


    Dec 03
    Man.City v
    Chelsea
    Dec 10
    Leicester v
    Man.City
    Dec 11 Man.Utd v Tottenham
    Dec 18 Man.City v Arsenal
    Dec 31 Liverpool v Man.City



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  27. #87  
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    Thanks Darren. Man City haven't been challenged yet it seems, they will play Chelsea, Leicester, Arsenal and Liverpool all in December! Could that be the month that we pull ahead of them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Going CouCou View Post
    Thanks Darren. Man City haven't been challenged yet it seems, they will play Chelsea, Leicester, Arsenal and Liverpool all in December! Could that be the month that we pull ahead of them?
    Hopefully.

    Largely depends on whether we beat them or not.
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    This is how the big 7 have fared in results against each other so far this season...








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    Arsenal ██ 3-0 3-4 1-1
    Chelsea ██ 3-0 1-2 4-0
    Leicester 0-0 ██
    Liverpool 4-1 ██ 0-0
    Man.City ██
    Man.Utd 4-1 1-2 ██
    .Tottenham. 1-1 1-1 2-0 ██






    BIG 7 MINI-TABLE

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    Liverpool 5
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    6
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    11
    2 Chelsea 4 2 0 2 8 5 +3 6
    3 Tottenham 4 1 3 0 5 3 +2 6
    4 Arsenal 4 1 2 1 7 5 +2 5
    5 Man.Utd 4 1 1 2 5 7 -2 4
    6 Man.City 2 1 0 1 2 3 -1 3
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    Leicester 5
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    Arsenal's draw with Spurs means there is no change in the table.

    The battle for 2nd place is hotting up...








    REMAINING FIXTURES
    (FIRST HALF OF THE SEASON)




    Nov 19
    Man.Utd v
    Arsenal
    Nov 26 ..... Chelsea v Tottenham


    Dec 03
    Man.City v
    Chelsea
    Dec 10
    Leicester v
    Man.City
    Dec 11 Man.Utd v Tottenham
    Dec 18 Man.City v Arsenal
    Dec 31 Liverpool v Man.City



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    I love looking at this thread. All those lovely games our rivals have yet to play against each other. Can't wait until our remaining game against city at Anfield, it should round off the first half of the season excellently.
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