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WRAP: English Premiership

20 May 2013, 07:21

Cape Town - Arsenal claimed the final Champions League spot at the expense of their arch rivals Tottenham Hotspur on the last day of the Premier League season on Sunday with a 1-0 win at Newcastle United.

Defender Laurent Koscielny put visitors Arsenal ahead in the 52nd minute to secure fourth place with 73 points, one point ahead of fifth-placed Spurs who mustered a late goal from Gareth Bale to beat Sunderland 1-0 at White Hart Lane.

Chelsea sealed third place on 75 points with a 2-1 win at home to Everton.

Sunday, May 19:

Liverpool v QPR
West Ham v Reading
Manchester City v Norwich
Swansea v Fulham
Newcastle v Arsenal
Southampton v Stoke
Chelsea v Everton
Wigan v Aston Villa
West Brom v Manchester United
Tottenham v Sunderland

English Premier League results on the final day of the season:

Chelsea 2 (Mata 7, Torres 76) Everton 1 (Naismith 14)

Liverpool 1 (Coutinho 23) QPR 0

Manchester City 2 (Rodwell 29, 59) Norwich 3 (Pilkington 26, Holt 54, Howson 65)

Newcastle 0 Arsenal 1 (Koscielny 52)

Southampton 1 (Lambert 57) Stoke 1 (Crouch 47)

Swansea 0 Fulham 3 (Kacaniklik 22, Berbatov 77, Emanuelson 90)

Tottenham 1 (Bale 90) Sunderland 0

West Brom 5 (Morrison 40, Lukaku 50, 81, 86, Mulumbu 81) Manchester Utd 5 (Kagawa 6, Olsson, 9-og, Buttner 30, Van Persie 53, Hernandez 63)

West Ham 4 (Nolan 23, 79, 87, Vaz Te 34) Reading 2 (McCleary 53, Le Fondre 55)

Wigan 2 (Boyce 21, Baker, 45-og) Aston Villa 2 (Bent 5, Vlaar 61)

- Sport24


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