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Any Two From Five

Any Two From Five

With just 4 points separating the five teams involved there is not much room for error, all managers involved will be hoping that other teams will do them favours in the coming three weeks.

Fulham appear to have the hardest run-in:

Arsenal - away

Liverpool - home

Middlesbrough - away

The Latics have three winnable games!:

West Ham - home

Middlesbrough - home

Sheffield United - away

Sheffield United have possibly the easiest run-in of all the teams:

Watford - home

Aston Villa - away

Wigan Athletic - home

Charlton Athletic are another side with a difficult last three games:

Blackburn Rovers - away

Tottenham Hotspur - home

Liverpool - away

West Ham United have a very difficult last fixture so they`ll be hoping to pick up points in their next two games:

Wigan Athletic - away

Bolton Wanderers - home

Manchester United - away

Who do you think will fill the last two relegation places?

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Writer:Barry Worthington
Date:Sunday April 22 2007
Time: 3:06PM

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Charlton and West Ham as I think the others are all capable of picking up a few points from these fixtures so the lead they have on the other 2 will eventually prove crucial. Fulham supporters I think we feel the most nervous. I think Wigan may very much want to beat W.Ham but under the circumstances a draw will still hold them at bay.
pompeygray
24/04/2007 06:42:00
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