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15 Points For Everton To Play For (21/4/17)

15 Points For Everton To Play For (21/4/17)

Everton have only 15 points left to play for in this year's battle in the Premier League.

With the games dwindling down now at the real business end of the campaign as Everton find themselves heading towards the end of May, sitting in seventh place in the Premier League table on 57 points, we are three points behind Manchester United but level with Arsenal who occupy the Europa League spot so it's very much all to play for - but they do have two games each in hand on us and that does complicate things.

With a 13 point gap to West Bromwich Albion in eighth place though a top seven finish is more than doable and there's still time for a twist or turn yet when it comes to the table with so many points still to play for.

We'll have to see what that means when it comes to a European placed finish as the games tick by.

Run In:

West Ham United v Everton - Sat 22 Apr - 15:00
Everton v Chelsea - Sun 30 Apr - 14:05
Swansea City v Everton - Sat 6 May - 15:00
Everton v Watford - Sat 13 May - 15:00
Arsenal v Everton - Sun 21 May - 15:00

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Friday April 21 2017
Time: 10:00AM

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