Premier League Saturday Wrap: Chelsea, Arsenal, Norwich All Win; QPR Relegated?

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Premier League Saturday Wrap: Chelsea, Arsenal, Norwich All Win; QPR Relegated?
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The Premier League's fixtures are split this weekend because of the midweek Champions League and Europa League games.

Sunday's games were, without doubt, where most Premier League fans were concentrating. The Manchester Derby, Everton vs. Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham vs. Liverpool were all on the last day of the week.

However, Saturday was not to be outdone, as there were some incredibly interesting and important fixtures to be had.

For once there was no early kickoff or late match, so all six Saturday games were at 3 p.m. (GMT).

With the Citizens and Red Devils battling it out on Sunday, Chelsea had the chance to jump back into the title race—but only if they beat struggling Sunderland who have only won once in their last 10 matches.

The fifth vs. 10th match saw West Brom take on Arsenal. 

The Gunners haven't been as low as 10th since 1994, so there was far more than just pride at stake as Steve Clarke's side came to town.

Aston Villa entertained Stoke City, Wigan were visited by QPR and Southampton welcomed Reading in two relegation six-pointer battles that would have a huge affect on the rest of the season.

The most contrasting and interesting match of the weekend saw Swansea take on Norwich City.

The fluid Swans are hot off the back of a stunning win over Arsenal last weekend and unbeaten in seven. While, the ultra-disciplined Canaries are now unbeaten in nine. Who would win, Swansea, who out-Arsenaled Arsenal, or the disciplined and direct Canaries?

Read on to find out what happened...

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