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Arsenal 4–3 Everton
A great climax to the season as Thierry Henry tops the scoring list and reaches 100 Premiership points
Blackburn Rovers 3–0 Fulham
Andrew Cole averaged more than a point a game for both United and Blackburn this year, a feat he was unable to achieve in six full seasons with the Manchester club.
Chelsea 1–3 Aston Villa
Vassell's goal enabled him to joint-top score for the club with Angel. Of the dozen goals they managed, each scored twice as many at home as away and both scored seven before half-time
Leeds United 1–0 Middlesbrough
19 of the 21 players who appeared in Leeds colours this season were booked , the highest proportion in Premiership history. The two exceptions were McPhail, who played 24 minutes in total, and Ferdinand, who has now not been cautioned for eight-four matches. Middlesbrough's total of 33 assists is the lowest on record for a full season
Leicester City 2–1 Tottenham Hotspur
In spite of starting in 29 games together this season, Anderton did not assist on one of Sheringham's ten goals. In their first three years at the club they formed a potent partnership with 22 such combinations in only 75 games
Liverpool 5–0 Ipawich Town
The eleven goals conceded by Ipswich to Liverpool this year is one fewer than the dozen Nottingham Forest gave up to Blackburn in 1995/6
Manchester United 0–0 Charlton Athletic
A lack-lustre end to the season for United who endured their second spell of more than 200 goalless minutes. However, they remain the only Premiership club never to have suffered a 300 minute drought
Southampton 3–1 Newcastle United
Wayne Bridge completed his second succesive season without missing a minute and the current iron man of the Premiership has extended his absence free run to 89 games. Over the same time period, retiring hero, Matt le Tissier, has played just over six game-equivalents
Sunderland 1–1 Derby County
Only Leeds United's 1996/7 squad managed fewer than Sunderland's output of twenty-nine goals. Discounting Phillip's contribution, the rest of the team could not even muster a goal every other game between them
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Go Figure - 13th May

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Go Figure    11th May
Arsenal 4–3 Everton
A great climax to the season as Thierry Henry tops the scoring list and reaches 100 Premiership points
Blackburn Rovers 3–0 Fulham
Andrew Cole averaged more than a point a game for both United and Blackburn this year, a feat he was unable to achieve in six full seasons with the Manchester club.
Chelsea 1–3 Aston Villa
Vassell's goal enabled him to joint-top score for the club with Angel. Of the dozen goals they managed, each scored twice as many at home as away and both scored seven before half-time
Leeds United 1–0 Middlesbrough
19 of the 21 players who appeared in Leeds colours this season were booked , the highest proportion in Premiership history. The two exceptions were McPhail, who played 24 minutes in total, and Ferdinand, who has now not been cautioned for eight-four matches. Middlesbrough's total of 33 assists is the lowest on record for a full season
Leicester City 2–1 Tottenham Hotspur
In spite of starting in 29 games together this season, Anderton did not assist on one of Sheringham's ten goals. In their first three years at the club they formed a potent partnership with 22 such combinations in only 75 games
Liverpool 5–0 Ipawich Town
The eleven goals conceded by Ipswich to Liverpool this year is one fewer than the dozen Nottingham Forest gave up to Blackburn in 1995/6
Manchester United 0–0 Charlton Athletic
A lack-lustre end to the season for United who endured their second spell of more than 200 goalless minutes. However, they remain the only Premiership club never to have suffered a 300 minute drought
Southampton 3–1 Newcastle United
Wayne Bridge completed his second succesive season without missing a minute and the current iron man of the Premiership has extended his absence free run to 89 games. Over the same time period, retiring hero, Matt le Tissier, has played just over six game-equivalents
Sunderland 1–1 Derby County
Only Leeds United's 1996/7 squad managed fewer than Sunderland's output of twenty-nine goals. Discounting Phillip's contribution, the rest of the team could not even muster a goal every other game between them