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May 3 2008 Soccer Newsletter

European Champions League: Semi finals concluded, the finalists are revealed:
English Premier League run in update:

So, we are almost there, Will it be Manchester United or Chelsea, who take the glory this season?

Will they share the honours?

The two giants will meet in the Champions League final in Moscow after Chelsea beat Liverpool and United beat Barcelona in the Semi's Finals.

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UEFA Champions League Semi Finals
Chelsea v Liverpool, Champions League Semi-Final. (Second Leg)

UEFA Champions League Semi Finals

Manchester United v Barcelona. 29 April 2008.

English Premier League run in.

With 2 games to go, both teams are on 81 points.

West Ham go to Old Trafford today, Chelsea visit Newcastle on Monday. Who will win the League this season?

United have the advantage, because of their superior goal difference, but anything can happen in the next two games.

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Barclays Premier League Table (TOP) before today's matches (SATURDAY 3rd May 2008)

1 Man Utd 36 53 81
2 Chelsea 36 37 81
3 Arsenal 36 41 77
4 Liverpool 36 36 70
5 Everton 36 21 62
6 Aston Villa 36 22 59
7 Portsmouth 36 11 57
8 Blackburn 36 3 55
9 Man City 36 0 55
10 West Ham 36 -5 48
11 Tottenham 36 6 43
12 Newcastle 36 -16 43
13 Sunderland 36 -20 39
14 Wigan 36 -17 37
15 Middlesbrough 36 -19 36
16 Bolton 36 -20 33
17 Reading 36 -28 33
18 Birmingham 36 -17 32
19 Fulham 36 -25 30
20 Derby 36 -63 11

todays matches (BST = GMT +1)

Man Utd v West Ham

Aston Villa v Wigan
Blackburn v Derby
Fulham v Birmingham
Middlesbrough v Portsmouth
Reading v Tottenham

Bolton v Sunderland

Sunday, 04 May 2008
Arsenal v Everton, 13:30

Monday 05 May 2008 (May Day Bank Holiday in England)

Liverpool v Man City, 16:00
Monday, 05 May 2008
Newcastle v Chelsea, 16:00

In the relegation struggle for survival, Derby are already mathematically relegated, who will be the other two teams to go down to the Championship league?

It could be any two of Fulham, Birmingham, Reading, Bolton, Middlesbrough or Wigan. The latter two appear to be safe, but anything can happen.

Fulham face Birmingham and Reading play Bolton later on today.


English Premier League Champions 2007 - 08

Arsenal Ladies - Premier League Champions

Arsenal Ladies are Premier League Champions again.

Arsenal won their 5th Premier league title in a row in emphatic style on Thursday by beating Chelsea at the Emirates Stadium, North London.

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