“Six-pointer?” – “Nope, 5 points adrift of safety!”

But Stoke showed how fast one can climb up the table

At 5 p.m. in the relegation zone and only four points ahead of bottom-of-the-table West Ham, and in the evening in the top ten after a famous 2-0 win over Liverpool! Stoke won their first game against Liverpool for 26 years (right: Fuller who scored the first goal), West Ham (left: Parker vs. Campbell) only achieved their sixth draw in thirteen games and remain rooted to the bottom.

After a 0-0 at the Boleyn against Blackpool West Ham’s struggles at the foot of the table continue. Blackpool, who made 11 changes from their last game, now are six points ahead of the Hammers who remain rooted to the bottom of the table, being level on points with Wolves that lost out 2-3 to Bolton at home.

The draw leaves West Ham manager Avram Grant to ponder the possible ramifications of failing to achieve the seven points from four games demanded by co-owner David Sullivan earlier this month. After a third successive draw, they can only reach six, even if they beat Liverpool at Anfield next Saturday.

Team P GD PTS
Full Barclays Premier League table
1 Chelsea 12 23 28
2 Man Utd 13 11 25
3 Arsenal 12 13 23
4 Man City 13 5 22
5 Bolton 13 2 19
6 Tottenham 13 1 19
7 Newcastle 13 5 18
8 Aston Villa 13 -3 17
9 Sunderland 12 -1 16
10 Stoke 13 -3 16
11 Liverpool 13 -4 16
12 West Brom 13 -6 16
13 Everton 12 2 15
14 Blackburn 13 -3 15
15 Blackpool 13 -7 15
16 Fulham 13 0 14
17 Wigan 13 -11 14
18 Birmingham 13 -3 13
19 Wolves 13 -10 9
20 West Ham 13 -11 9

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