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Arsenal held to goalless draw by Everton

Arsenal missed the chance to take another step towards securing a Champions League place after fellow European hopefuls Everton held firm in a lively 0-0 Premier League draw at the Emirates last night.

The Londoners, who had won four in a row to move up to third and are chasing qualification for the continent’s elite competition for a 16th straight season, had the better openings with French striker Olivier Giroud guilty of two bad misses.

Arsenal have 60 points from 33 games followed by Chelsea on 58 from 31, Tottenham on 58 from 32 and Everton with 56 from 33.

Leaders Manchester United, with a 15-point advantage over Manchester City, can move closer to regaining the title when they play at West Ham tonight when City host fellow FA Cup finalists Wigan Athletic while Chelsea visit Fulham.

  P W D L F A Pts
Man. United 32 26 2 4 73 33 80
Man. City 31 19 8 4 57 27 65
Arsenal 33 17 9 7 64 35 60
Chelsea 31 17 7 7 61 33 58
Tottenham 32 17 7 8 55 40 58
Everton 33 14 14 5 51 37 56
Liverpool 33 13 11 9 59 40 50
West Brom 32 13 5 14 42 43 44
Swansea 32 10 11 11 43 42 41
Fulham 32 10 10 12 44 48 40
Southampton 33 9 11 13 47 54 38
West Ham 32 10 8 14 35 45 38
Newcastle 33 10 6 17 42 59 36
Norwich 33 7 14 12 31 52 35
Sunderland 33 8 10 15 37 45 34
Stoke City 33 7 13 13 28 41 34
Aston Villa 33 8 10 15 36 60 34
Wigan 31 8 7 16 37 57 31
QPR 33 4 12 17 29 54 24
Reading 33 5 9 19 36 63 24
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