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Newcastle inflict more misery on Man Utd; Arsenal extend Premier League lead

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as Everton secured a third consecutive away win

Everton? Absolutely nuts.

Pity we are crap at home but a good win.

Hate to admit Gordon is looking a better player than I thought he’d be.

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God to see another Everton win. Not out of the danger zone.

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God to see another Everton win. Not out of the danger zone

Looking at the quality of the bottom sides, I’d say 35 points will be enough to stay up - some going with 30.

Even if the 10-point deduction stands, they still have a decent chance but the home form is a worry.

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Looking at the quality of the bottom sides, I’d say 35 points will be enough to stay up - some going with 30.

Agreed. Sheff Utd look doomed, and I think Everton have got more points in them than Burnley, Luton and probably Forest & Bournemouth. They'd be above Chelsea if it wasn't for the deduction.

Liverpool need 3 points tonight.

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The Clarets are beginning to do justice to their enormous potential. Hats of to Burnley Football Club, gaffer Vincent Kompany, his footballers, and their fans. Well played.

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I watched Palace against West Ham, rubbish match but we got a point, lol.

I have to watch matches in my office now, my partner and son say I act annoying like a kid when I watch football, dunno what they mean by that, I just enjoy watching it.

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