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Premiership round-up (25-26/11/06)

Premiership round-up (25-26/11/06)

Pompey lost again on the road in our latest Barclays Premiership match with Newcastle (deservedly so!) what about the others…

Saturday 25/11/06
Aston Villa 1-1 Middlesbrough
Malcolm Christie (43) gave Boro a controversial lead before another contentious decision saw Villa awarded a penalty. Gareth Barry (45) converted to give Villa another draw.

Bolton 3-1 Arsenal
The evening LIVE SKY Sports Prem Plus game saw Arsenal's Bolton curse continue. Abdoulaye Faye (9) gave Bolton the lead before Nicolas Anelka (45) struck in first half injury time. Another injury time goal from Gilberto Silva (45) gave Arsenal hope. Anelka (76) secured the three points.

Charlton 1-1 Everton
Herman Hreidarsson (52) deflected into his own net to give Everton the lead in the early LIVE SKY Sports Prem Plus match but Charlton battled back to earn a point thanks to Andy Reid (68).

Fulham 0-1 Reading
Ian Pearce's (16) red card for a professional foul saw Fulham reduced to ten men. Kevin Doyle (17) made matters worse when he converted the spot kick to give Reading victory.

Liverpool 1-0 Man City
Liverpool's fine home form continued as Steven Gerrard (67) secured another Anfield win.

West Ham 1-0 Sheff Utd
Hayden Mullins (36) gave West Ham victory in front of the new headman.

Sunday 26/11/06
Man Utd 1-1 Chelsea
In the late afternoon LIVE SKY Sports clash of the titans Louis Saha (29) put United ahead but in true Champions fashion Ricardo Carvalho (69) earned Chelsea a point.

Tottenham 3-1 Wigan
Henri Camara (25) gave Wigan the lead only for two quick late first half goals from Jermain Defoe (43) and Dimitar Berbatov (44) to turn the game. Aaron Lennon (90) secured the three points.


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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Monday November 27 2006
Time: 9:10AM

Comments

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There are a big bunch of teams within a win or so of us. This time next week we may be below a lot of them including Reading.
storagematt
27/11/2006 20:42:00
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Ahh but on the other hand this time next week we could be sitting at the top of the pile above them all :)
pompeyrug
27/11/2006 23:01:00
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Thank you storagematt, at last somebody who looks at the whole picture.
russellm
27/11/2006 23:03:00
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Pompey will be hanging around 6th spot on Xmas Day, which will be a super human effort. Charlton and Watford will be vying for the dreaded bottom at Xmas tag (kiss of death), which only WBA have so far survived.
pompeygray
29/11/2006 03:01:00
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Yes & we helped WBA survive. What a day that was.
storagematt
29/11/2006 19:27:00
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