With only Bolton of the seven clubs above Portsmouth winning it is still very tight down there with any one of those clubs in with a chance of going down with the bottom club.

Just four points seperate West Ham in 13th place and Burnley in 19th and certainly not one of the clubs from the Hammers down can consider themselves safe.

Up at the top it was Arsenal who had the best result of the day. Manchester United were playing in the Carling Cup final and with Chelsea losing at home to Manchester City it gave the Gunners the opportunity to close the gap at Stoke. They did with two late goals securing a 3-1 win, although it came at a cost with the serious injury to Aaron Ramsey.

Spurs remain in fourth place, but there is a four horse race for that final Champions League spot that will probably run until the end of the season.

The weekend's stats are below with the Premier League's leading goalscorers, each club's disciplinary record and the next group of fixtures.

The Week's Results

Saturday 27th February

Birmingham 1 Wigan 0

Chelsea 2 Manchester City 4

Bolton 1 Wolves 0

Stoke 1 Arsenal 3

Burnley 1 Portsmouth 2

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Sunday 28th February

Liverpool 2 Blackburn 1

Tottenham 2 Everton 1

Sunderland 0 Fulham 0

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The Week's Stats

Biggest win

Arsenal 3-1 v Stoke (away)
Manchester City 4-2 v Chelsea (away)

Total goals scored

21 (10 home - 11 away)

Player scoring most goals
2

Frank Lampard (Chelsea)
Craig Bellamy (Manchester City)
Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)

Highest Attendance

42,795 - Liverpool v Blackburn

Lowest Attendance

19,714 - Burnley v Portsmouth

Total Yellow Cards

31

Total Red Cards

4

Most cards in a game

Chelsea v Manchester City (4Y 2R) - Mike Dean
Liverpool v Blackburn (6Y) - Alan Wiley
Sunderland v Fulham (6Y) - Martin Atkinson

The leading scorers (league only)

23

Wayne Rooney (Manchester United)

19

Didier Drogba (Chelsea)

16

Jermain Defoe (Tottenham)

15

Darren Bent (Sunderland)
Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)

13

Cesc Fabregas (Arsenal)
Louis Saha (Everton)
Fernando Torres (Liverpool)

12

Frank Lampard (Chelsea)

11

Gabriel Agbonlahor (Aston Villa)

9

Emmanuel Adebayor (Manchester City)
Dimitar Berbatov (Manchester United)
Carlton Cole (West Ham)
Dirk Kuyt (Liverpool)

8

Nicolas Anelka (Chelsea)
Craig Bellamy (Manchester City)
Bobby Zamora (Fulham)

7

Andrei Arshavin (Arsenal)
Steven Fletcher (Burnley)
Kenwyne Jones (Sunderland)
Hugo Rodallega (Wigan)
Robin van Persie (Arsenal)
Thomas Vermaelen (Arsenal)

Hat Tricks (league only)

19th Aug

3 - Jermain Defoe - Hull v TOTTENHAM

12th Sep

3 - Yossi Benayoun - LIVERPOOL v Burnley

26th Sep

4 - Robbie Keane - TOTTENHAM v Burnley

26th Sep

3 - Fernando Torres - LIVERPOOL v Hull

31st Oct

3 - Aruna Dindane - PORTSMOUTH v Wigan

21st Nov

5 - Jermain Defoe - TOTTENHAM v Wigan

28th Nov

3 - Wayne Rooney - Portsmouth v MANCHESTER UNITED

11th Jan

3 - Carlos Tevez - MANCHESTER CITY v Blackburn

23rd Jan

4 - Wayne Rooney - MANCHESTER UNITED v Hull

Disciplinary Record (all domestic games)

Club

Y

R

Club

Y

R

Arsenal

56

0

Liverpool

46

5

Aston Villa

54

2

Manchester City

52

3

Birmingham

54

1

Manchester United

52

6

Blackburn

57

4

Portsmouth

68

4

Bolton

54

2

Stoke

64

4

Burnley

47

3

Sunderland

70

6

Chelsea

47

4

Tottenham

53

1

Everton

54

2

West Ham

56

3

Fulham

36

1

Wigan

45

1

Hull

56

4

Wolves

51

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The Next Fixtures

Saturday 6th March

Arsenal v Burnley

Wolves v Manchester United (17:30)

West Ham v Bolton

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Sunday 7th March

Everton v Hull (16:00)

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Monday 8th March

Wigan v Liverpool (20:00)

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Tuesday 9th March

Portsmouth v Birmingham

Sunderland v Bolton

Wednesday 10th March

Burnley v Stoke

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