27/04/2012 12:58 | By MSN Sport/Opta
Premier League preview - 28-29 April 2012

Statistics on the weekend's nine top flight games



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The scramble for Premier League survival continues with QPR, Wigan, Blackburn, Bolton and Aston Villa facing crucial fixtures.

We present vital statistics on all nine of the weekend's top flight clashes, including QPR's game with Chelsea.

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27/04/2012 18:32
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Come on Chelsea - revenge will be sweet on Sunday when we win 4-0! 

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lets hope liverpool get back to winning ways today,captain marvel should be back so maybe our luck will change fingers crossed.
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whats it matter ....you cant shake hands with a donkey who'll be playing away at that  scummy shi.hole leeds and barnsley next year.your get buried on the terraces and on the pitch tata with your small ground and 100 supporters ferdinand.....taking that mouth pri.k derry with you.at least you can both graze together then.
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