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Premier League Review Week 3

Another round of matches have now been completed, with Aston Villa's shock win over Premier League contenders Liverpool last night.

But again the biggest shock of the weekend goes to Burnley who have now picked up wins against Manchester United and Everton!

So if they can do it, then Wolves certainly can, although that wasn't the case against Manchester City as we went down 1-0 to an Adebayor goal. City had chances to brush us a side, but in the end they were just a width of the crossbar away from losing 2 points when Keogh hit the bar.

Other promoted side Birmingham had a nil-nil with Stoke.

Manchester United responded to their defeat to Burnley last week, by spanking Wigan 5-0. While Chelsea continued their winning streak over Fulham.

But it is Tottenham who remain top with another win, this time against West Ham.

The remaining games saw Sunderland beat Blackburn 2-1. Hull beat Bolton 1-0 and Arsenal beat Portsmouth 4-1.

Wolves now sit 14th, with four sides still waiting to pick up their first point of the season.

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Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday August 25 2009

Time: 1:00PM

 

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