Points standing

first_imgPoints standingP W D L GF GA GD Pts1. Arsenal 21 13 4 4 37 21 16 432. Leicester 21 12 7 2 38 25 13 433. Man City 21 12 4 5 39 21 18 404. Tottenham 21 9 9 3 34 17 17 365. West Ham 21 9 8 4 33 24 9 356. Man United 21 9 7 5 27 20 7 347. Stoke City 21 9 5 7 24 22 2 328. Crystal Palace 21 9 4 8 23 20 3 319. Liverpool 21 8 7 6 25 27 -2 3110. Watford 21 8 5 8 25 24 1 2911. Everton 21 6 10 5 36 29 7 2812. Southampton 21 7 6 8 28 24 4 2713. West Brom 21 7 6 8 22 27 -5 2714. Chelsea 21 6 6 9 28 31 -3 2415 Norwich City 21 6 5 10 24 35 -11 2316. Bournemouth 21 5 6 10 23 37 -14 2117. Swansea City 21 4 7 10 19 30 -11 1918. Sunderland 21 5 3 13 26 41 -15 1819. Newcastle 21 4 6 11 22 38 -16 1820. Aston Villa 21 2 5 14 17 37 -20 11last_img read more

Bosco kickers in tough

first_imgAs one of three remaining area high school boys soccer teams still alive, Bosco Tech will have its work cut out today on the road against Liberty League champion Calabasas Viewpoint High at 3 p.m. in the CIF-Southern Section Division VI quarterfinals. For the Tigers (18-3-2), making their first quarterfinal appearance since 2003, coach Alex Lemos feels his squad has a more then decent chance at knocking off the third- seeded Patriots (17-1-6). “We feel like we have a chance against anybody,” Lemos said. “We always feel like we’re in the game.” The Camino Real League champions have picked up their “never say die” attitude during this year’s postseason run. “I don’t know what to say about the playoffs,” Lemos said. “We’ve had some slow starts.” Against Sherman Oaks Buckley, Bosco Tech’s first- round opponent, the Tigers fell behind 2-0 at the half before rallying for a 4-2 win. Four days later, Bosco again trailed Malibu 1-0, before rebounding for a 3-1 overtime victory. “Viewpoint is a very good team, but so are we,” Lemos said. “And this is the playoffs. Anything can happen. Just look at Sage Hill.” What Lemos was referring to was last Wednesday’s 3-2 Ontario Christian win over No. 2 seed Sage Hill. center_img “This is a group of seniors that has been playing together for the last three years,” Lemos said. “They want to keep on playing.” Other area schools in action today in Division V quarterfinal play are Marshall and La Ca ada. The Eagles (13-5-3) travel to San Bernardino to take on San Andreas League No. 2 seed San Gorgonio (18-6-5). Both squads are coming off tight wins. Marshall defeated Sierra Vista 3-2, while San Gorgonio survived Hesperia 2-2 (5-3 via penalty kicks). As for the Spartans (13-8-2), they have the luxury of playing at home. However, La Ca ada has the daunting task of meeting No. 2 seed and San Andreas League champion Colton (15-5-4). So far this postseason, the Yellowjackets have outscored their opponents 10-0 and have four straight shutouts. “It’s definitely a great feeling getting to the quarterfinals,” La Ca ada coach Jordan Jones said. “Hopefully, we can continue to play well.” The Temple City girls water polo team will be looking to reach its first CIF-SS title game in three years today. Standing in the Rams (22-8) way in a Division III semifinal is powerhouse Chino Hills Ayala (25-5). The Bulldogs knocked the Rams out of last year’s playoffs en route to a CIF title. The game is scheduled for 3:15 at Colony High. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more