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When last weekend’s fixtures kicked off our under-18s were eighth in the U18 Premier League North and that’s where we remain despite having no game.

Only Blackburn could catch us but, like us, had no game but both Middlesbrough and Everton, who were above us on goal difference, won against Derby and Sunderland to move three points clear leaving Derby, with two points more, the closest to us.

A week ago, the two Manchester clubs and Liverpool were all locked together on points although Liverpool had played two games more. But United won at Liverpool while City had a resounding 5-0 win against Stoke.

Leeds remain bottom having been beaten by Newcastle and they are our opponents this afternoon and we’ll be looking to complete the double against them having won the home game earlier in the season 3-2 with a Sam Unwin hat trick.

Crystal Palace and Fulham have been swapping places at the top of the south division and they’ve done it again. Fulham led the league by one point a week ago but were without a game and hoping Palace wouldn’t win their fixture at West Brom. They did win it, they won it 7-1 and now sit two points clear. It wasn’t the only big away win in the south with Spurs beating Chelsea.

Our game at Leeds kicks off at 2 p.m. this afternoon and Keelan Williams, brother of Liverpool’s Neco, could be in the team at right back. We are featuring Keelan this week to congratulate him on receiving a call up for Wales at under-18 level.

The League Tables and our Fixtures and Results can be found within U23/U18 Stats on the top menu.

All last week’s results and this week’s fixtures are below  along with our goalscorers and the current league tables.

LAST WEEK’S RESULTS

North

Saturday 6th March
Derby 1 Middlesbrough 2
Liverpool 0 Manchester United 1
Sunderland 0 Everton 1
Wolves 2 Newcastle 0

Tuesday 9th March
Leeds 0 Newcastle 3
Manchester City 5 Stoke 0

South

Saturday 6th March
Chelsea 1 Tottenham 6
Southampton 1 West Ham 1
West Brom 1 Crystal Palace 7

Tuesday 9th March
Aston Villa 0 Arsenal 0

THIS WEEK’S FIXTURES

North

Saturday 13th March
Everton v Middlesbrough
Leeds v Burnley
Manchester United v Sunderland
Newcastle v Liverpool

Tuesday 16th March
Derby v Manchester City
Stoke v Middlesbrough

South

Saturday 13th March
Aston Villa v West Ham
Chelsea v West Brom
Fulham v Southampton
Leicester v Brighton
Norwich v Arsenal
Reading v Crystal Palace

Tuesday 16th March
Crystal Palace v Chelsea

BURNLEY’S GOALSCORERS

9: Sam Unwin
4: Joe McGlynn, Michael Mellon
2: Jake Rooney
1: Corey Brennan, Jacob Hamilton, Dylan Moonan, Kade Ratchford, Joe Smyth-Ferguson, Ben Woods

CURRENT LEAGUE TABLES

Team pld w d l f a pts
Manchester City 16 12 3 1 50 15 39
Manchester United 16 13 0 3 42 18 39
Liverpool 18 12 0 6 52 23 36
Wolves 17 8 3 6 28 28 27
Middlesbrough 14 7 2 5 29 24 23
Everton 16 7 2 7 25 25 23
Derby 16 7 1 8 26 37 22
Burnley 16 6 2 8 26 28 20
Blackburn 17 5 2 10 24 39 17
Stoke 14 4 3 7 14 33 15
Newcastle 15 4 2 9 29 33 14
Sunderland 13 3 1 9 19 37 10
Leeds 16 2 3 11 18 42 9

 

Team pld w d l f a pts
Crystal Palace 16 11 1 4 36 25 34
Fulham 16 10 2 4 41 22 32
Brighton 17 9 3 5 45 28 30
Tottenham 17 8 6 3 41 24 30
Aston Villa 14 8 4 2 26 18 28
Chelsea 15 7 2 6 39 30 23
Arsenal 15 7 2 6 28 27 23
West Brom 17 6 3 8 35 42 21
Norwich 15 6 1 8 37 34 19
Reading 14 3 3 8 27 42 12
West Ham 15 3 3 9 18 37 12
Leicester 14 2 3 9 21 46 9
Southampton 13 1 3 9 19 37 6
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