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Interesting Premier League table and results on Saturday as all bottom half play ahead of Newcastle v Wolves

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Ahead of Newcastle v Wolves, all of the (rest of the) Premier League relegation strugglers have played on Saturday, an interesting table.

Saturday afternoon saw all of the Premier League bottom half teams play, apart from of course Newcastle v Wolves which takes place on Sunday.



There are two Saturday late games with Chelsea v Man City and then Leicester v Spurs, as well as Everton v Watford on Monday night, but none of those fixtures affect the relegation fight.



The only other team to win that were below Newcastle and still are, is Burnley, a 40th minute Tarkowski goal against Brighton lifting them to one point below Newcastle.

Even a point has Rafa’s team inching a bit further away, four points above relegation, plus of course having the best goal difference of any of the bottom seven.

That was courtesy of a 74th minute Paterson goal and fair play to Warnock’s team because that is four wins in their last seven and they are beating the teams they need to, winning against relegation rivals Fulham, Brighton, Wolves and now Southampton.

A win for Newcastle against Wolves would take them six points clear of the drop zone and within only three points of latching onto that group of seven clubs currently separated by only four points.
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