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Premiership round-up (02-04/11/06)

Premiership round-up (02-04/11/06)

Pompey drew 2-2 with Villa in our latest Barclays Premiership match, what about the others…

Saturday, 02/11/06
Arsenal 3-0 Tottenham
In the early LIVE SKY Sports Prem Plus encounter Arsenal maintained their Premiership record of winning 3-0 each time they've taken the lead at the Emirates Stadium. Emmanuel Adebayor 20) opened the scoring before two Gilberto Silva penalties (42 & 72) gave Arsenal a comfortable victory.

Blackburn 2-0 Fulham
Blackburn won thanks to two first half goals from Shabani Nonda (6) and Benni McCarthy (24) in front of a half empty stadium.

Middlesbrough 1-2 Man Utd
Louis Saha (19) gave United the lead with a controversial penalty in the evening LIVE SKY Sports Prem Plus match, Ronaldo up to his old tricks again! James Morrison (66) brought boro level but within two minutes Darren Fletcher (68) resorted United`s lead to open up a gap at the top of the league.

Reading 1-0 Bolton
Reading won again thanks to another Kevin Doyle (33) goal.

Sheff Utd 2-1 Charlton
The relegation six pointer saw struggling Charlton take a first half lead through Andy Reid (17) but Sheff United came back to secure a second win in a row thanks to Chris Morgan (64) and a late Keith Gillespie (88) beauty.

Wigan 0-4 Liverpool
Liverpool finally won away in the Premiership and had this wrapped up again Pompey's 3rd round FA Cup opponents by half time. A Craig Bellamy double (9 &26) was added to by Dirk Kuyt (41) and an own goal by Lee McCulloch (45).

Sunday, 03/11/06
Everton 2-0 West Ham
The Sunday afternoon LIVE SKY Sports game saw West Hams away struggles continue. Leon Osman (51) opened the scoring before a last minute James Vaughan (90) strike on the counter secured victory for Pompey's next opponents.

Monday, 04/11/06
Man City 0-0 Watford
The LIVE SKY Sports game on Monday night wasn't short of entertainment but did end 0-0.


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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Tuesday December 5 2006
Time: 2:30PM

Comments

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oh i do enjoy seeing that top result, makes me smile everytime
PUREGOLD
05/12/2006 14:56:00
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It's getting very tight for chasing pack at the top. One bad result & down the snake you go.
storagematt
05/12/2006 22:17:00
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The Premiership is so difficult to call. I do one of those results prediction thingys and I never get any right!
DeanoVilla
06/12/2006 16:01:00
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storagematt. Just in case you missed my message the other day. ****.
voiceoftheholte
06/12/2006 17:50:00
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I don't think voiceoftheholte lieks you storagematt! It's crazy this season, with United and Chelsea away the next 10 teams are having our own mini league, which is the way I like it. It makes for a more enjoyable competition. If we keep winning at home and pick up more than the odd point away from home I really do think we can finish in the top six at least, especially with people arriving in January. Hopefully in the years a head all these teams so closely match (on this season's evidence) can make inroads into United and Chelsea's higher level...
pompeyrug
08/12/2006 10:23:00
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