In A Galaxy Far, Far Away.........................
Week 14 of the current season ended in a 2-1 defeat for the league leaders, Arsenal, in a game of few chances at Norwich. They spurned the opportunity to extend their lead over Manchester City who went down by the odd goal in a five goal thriller at home to Southampton on Saturday.
Spurs heaped more pain on defending champions, Chelsea, winning comfortably, 2-0. Chelsea are now beginning to become cut adrift at the foot of the table along with Newcastle, who rode their luck in a goalless draw with Palace.
Former manager of the year, Tony Pulis further enhanced his reputation by keeping his WBA team in the top four after a 1-1 draw with near rivals WHU.
Fallen giants, Liverpool and Manchester United, each recorded narrow 1-0 wins against Swansea and Leicester, respectively, but still remain detached from the title race.
Gary Monk's Swansea's league position continues to spotlight the talents of their young exciting manager, while Leicester, as predicted are struggling to emulate their strong finish last season and just stay clear of the relegation positions under Claudio Ranieri.
Stoke played half a game with ten men.
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