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Will It Be Man City, Fulham, Spurs Or West Ham?

Will It Be Man City, Fulham, Spurs Or West Ham?

The following Premier League clubs have a chance of claiming this seasons final Europa Cup qualification position, but who will it be?

Premier League as of Sunday 10 May 2009.

All have played 36 games.

7 Fulham - 50 points
8 Tottenham - 48
9 West Ham - 48
10 Man City - 47

Remaining Fixtures

Manchester City-
Tottenham (A) - 16 May
Bolton (H) - 24 May

Tottenham-
Man City (H) - 16 May
Liverpool (A) - 24 May

West Ham United-
Everton (A) - 16 May
Middlesbrough (H) - 24 May

Fulham-
Newcastle (A) - 16 May
Everton (H) - 24 May

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Writer:Tudor
Date:Sunday May 10 2009
Time: 5:49PM

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fulham has my bet
taniban
10/05/2009 18:00:00
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Our last two games are not going to be easy, but what I will say is this... If Tottenham beat us next week our European dream is over.
Tudor
10/05/2009 18:03:00
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certainly not spurs as they have to play liverpool and city. City must beat Spurs and bolton and hope west ham draw at least 1 and fulham lose at least one. Due to fulham's poor away form i wouldn't put it past them to slip up vs newcastle, but even if they draw, a win vs everton (who have a very good away record) would do it. West playing everton and boro, not easy and a draw is possible, but they'd be my bet to win both, fulham drops points and west ham to beat fulham just...
C1TY SL1CKER
10/05/2009 18:04:00
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Im a spurs fan but fulham deserve it the most.
spurfect one
10/05/2009 18:12:00
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Does anyone want it? Why we (Wigan) eased off is beyond me, the top brass reckon it would ruin us qualifying but for me a club without ambition is going nowhere (obviously), I chose Fulham to grab the Europa spot
worbo
10/05/2009 18:32:00
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Beat Spurs or it's all over for the season. The way Fulham are playing you couldn't knock them if they qualify. We had our chance against the Cottagers but fluffed it at home on April 12. Not one of Hughes's tactical highs, that game.
Sindbad
10/05/2009 18:44:00
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Fulham for me, they always beat us at the cottage, we haven't won there since '66, and can't see any of the other sides winning both their games.
EvertonMike
10/05/2009 19:09:00
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fulham prob deserve it but ironically it would probably ruin their season next year as they dont have the size/strength of squad to handle the extra games whereas spurs and city have large squads with many decent fringe players desperate for the opportunity.
suspiciousminds
10/05/2009 19:21:00
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sorry lads - Fulham will just sneak it!
merlin
10/05/2009 19:24:00
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The next games are the big one, think Spurs with a strong home record will beat Man City who are not the best away, putting Man City out of it. If Fulham can pick up a point will be enough for them as they will feel confident being at home for the last game. West Ham will do well to pick up a point, Spurs to get anything at Liverpool?
Legend23
10/05/2009 19:25:00
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