Saturday October 25 1969 – Results Review and Table

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Oct 25 Results

Sunderland travelled to West Ham and found the going touch, but still managed to scamper away with a victory. it was the first time they have only scored a single goal in the league this season.

While Ipswich took the lead early, Arsenal overcame them too easily for their firth home win in a row.

Derby came back twice at Elland road to get a point against Leeds.

For Liverpool it was only their second home win in the last 5.

It’s a shamble for Everton, 7 losses in a row. For Coventry their first win in 14 games, an amazing negative record, and their first home win in their last 6 home games.

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Manchester City easily beat Wolves at home. After 4 consecutive losses they’ve now won two in a row. Wolves have now lost 3 on the trot and 4 consecutive away matches.

Forest continue on their merry way with a straight forward win at home to Burnley. That six consecutive home wins and a total of 14 games undefeated so far.

Crystal Palace have reached the heady heights of 8th as they smashed Wednesday at Hillsborough.

Great recovery by Newcastle to earn a draw after going two down to Chelsea. Chelsea have not lost in 4 games.

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WBA smashed at home by Manchester United have lost 4 in a row, and all by 3 clear goals. They’ve only won 1 in their last 7 games.

Man Utd, on the other hand have won 3 away games on the trot- all won by 3 clear goals.

Stoke are back in the relegation zone, losing easily to another North London club. Spurs have now won 4 in a row and are sitting pretty in third.

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Oct 25 Table

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