Fulham 0 - 0 Everton
We could have won this one if we were more patient and had better shot selection. Thankfully, Reading drew at home 1-1 against Swansea, so we gained a slight advantage since this is on the road.
Player of the Match: Brede Hangeland (Fulham)
Everton 0 - 0 Liverpool
A bore draw, but at least we neutralized Liverpool's star players.
Player of the Match: David Luiz (Liverpool)
Injury Update: Everton's Darron Gibson is out 3 months with a torn hamstring; he will miss the rest of the season, a terrible blow.
Mendy Struggling to AdaptBenjamin Mendy has been given a leave of absence as he's struggled to adapt to England. He has returned to France for the time being.
Arsenal 2 - 0 Everton
Considering the large number of chances they had, they should have won this one by a few more.
Player of the Match: Ryan Shawcross (Arsenal)
Injury Update: Ross Barkley is out for 2 weeks with a thigh strain
Everton 1 - 0 Newcastle
Nikica Jelavic scored the decider for Everton when he stole the ball from a Newcastle defender, had a clear run on goal, and made it count.
Player of the Match: Khaleem Hyland (Everton)
Relegation Update: Blackburn and Derby have been relegated, leaving one spot left to be decided between Reading, Wigan, and Everton.
Man City Wins the TitleMan City have won their second consecutive Premier League championship. Getting to say I got one over on the champions is a big deal.
Premier League Table
It'll be a close run affair until the end of the season. I'll display the remaining fixtures for Everton, Wigan, Reading, and Queen's Park Fixtures and let you comment on who you think will get the third drop:
Everton (35 points)Everton - West Ham
Reading - Everton
Derby - Everton
Wigan (39 points)Norwich - Wigan
Wigan - Southampton
Manchester United - Wigan
Reading (38 points)Tottenham - Reading
Reading - Everton
Reading - West Brom
Queen's Park Rangers (41 points)Queen's Park Rangers - Arsenal
Liverpool - Queen's Park Rangers
Newcastle - Queen's Park Rangers