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  • So PopWatchers, I gotta ask: How are you liking BSG thisseason?

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  • I tipped Liverpool to win the Premier League at the start of thisseason, but Torres was absolutely right in his analysis of why theywon't.

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  • Rooney has scored 34 goals thisseason, 22 more than Dimitar Berbatov, United's next-highest scorer.

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  • That goal, scored shortly after the interval, took him to 30 thisseason and now even Ferguson will have to admit there is a good chancehe will sail past Cristiano Ronaldo's 2007-08 mark of

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  • Bruce, whose side have lost 10 points in the last 10 minutes thisseason, admitted: 'It was possibly a fair result but that is as well as we have played for weeks and it was ironic it would be him.

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  • Birmingham's best chance to break their London hoodoo - they havelost all five of their Premier League matches in the capital thisseason - came after 70 minutes.

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  • The Champions League trophy was Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich's priority thisseason after having lost out on the final in Moscow to Manchester United in 2008.

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  • The 28-year-old has netted an incredible 33 times thisseason.

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  • Arsenal'stitle credentials have already been written off more than once thisseason, most notably following successive defeats by their directrivals at the start of February.

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  • The 28-year-old has netted an incredible 33 times thisseason.

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