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Three Things You Learned This Weekend? (Part 26)

Everyone saw the Premiership matches they cared about, and it’s a rather lengthy process trudging through the match reports of every club that matters little to you – especially if you’re still carrying the stench of defeat.

So instead, after every round of matches here’s the chance for everyone to share the three things they learned from the weekend’s Premiership action. A sort of cheatsheet, only with more profanity. To see what folks learned last week, click here.

This week it could be that there might be a lot less London teams in the Premiership next season, that the Manager Of The Month curse struck again, that Henrik Larsson is showing what one season at Barcelona can do for your game, that the unpredictability of the midtable sides is actually getting a bit annoying, or that Arsenal should really just start 1-0 down and with ten men if they want to challenge for the title.

Here are the weekend’s results as a refresher:

Arsenal 2-1 Wigan
Bolton 2-1 Fulham
Chelsea 3-0 Middlesbrough
Everton 1-0 Blackburn
Man Utd 2-0 Charlton
Newcastle 2-1 Liverpool
Portsmouth 2-1 Man City
Reading 2-0 Aston Villa
Sheff Utd 2-1 Tottenham
West Ham 0-1 Watford