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TeamPGDPts
1Chelsea9+1523
2Southampton9+1519
3Manchester City9+917
4West Ham United9+516
5Arsenal9+414
6Swansea City9+314
7Liverpool9+114
8Manchester United9+313
9Everton9+212
10Hull City9011

Aston Villa 2-4 Chelsea
Everton 2-0 West Brom
Fulham 2-1 Norwich
Man City 3-3 Sunderland
QPR 2-1 Arsenal
Wigan 2-0 Stoke
Wolves 2-3 Bolton
31/03/2012 16:50, Report by Adam Bostock
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United stay top as City draw

early-season talisman David Silva to send on Carlos Tevez. The change seemed ineffective, however, until the Blues bagged the quickfire double late on and there was certainly no fairytale finish for City with a winner proving elusive.

The 3-3 draw leaves Mancini's men two points behind United having played one more match. It means the Reds could be five points clear at kick-off against QPR on Easter Sunday, after travelling to Blackburn Rovers for the game in hand on Monday night.

Three of Saturday's other results were bad for Blackburn, who are now out of the relegation zone by virtue of goals scored only. QPR are level with them on points and goal difference after they surprisingly beat Arsenal 2-1 at Loftus Road and Wigan Athletic also have 28 points after they beat Stoke City 2-0 at home. Bolton moved above Rovers into 16th place after winning 3-2 away to bottom club Wolves.

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