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TSN.ca presents its latest weekly power rankings for the 2013-14 Barclays Premier League season. Rankings were weighted evenly between separate lists made by TSN Radio host and soccer analyst Gareth Wheeler as well as TSN.cas soccer editors. 1. Liverpool (Last Week-1) Liverpool are now five points clear at the top of the table after a spirited 3-2 victory over Norwich City. Raheem Sterling scored twice and Luis Suarez added the other for the Reds. 2. Manchester City (LW-3) Pablo Zabaleta, Sergio Aguero and Martín Demichelis were all on target for Manchester City, who kept their slim title hopes alive with a 3-1 victory over West Bromwich Albion. Midfielder David Silva was stretchered off in the 67th minute for City. 3. Chelsea (LW-2) Chelseas title hopes took a major hit as they fell 2-1 to Sunderland at Stamford Bridge, ending Jose Mourinhos perfect league home record. Samuel Etoo gave them the lead after 12 minutes but their fate was sealed after conceding a late penalty. 4. Arsenal (LW-4) Aaron Ramsey and a Lukas Podolski double were more than enough as Arsenal held on to fourth place with a 3-0 victory over Hull City. 5. Everton (LW-5) Everton kept their Champions League hopes alive with a 2-0 victory over Manchester United in David Moyes return to Goodison Park. Leighton Baines and Kevin Mirallas did the damage for Everton who kept pace with Arsenal in the race for fourth place. 6. Tottenham (LW-7) Paulinho, Harry Kane and Younes Kaboul were all on target for Tottenham as they defeated Fulham 3-1 at White Hart Lane. 7. Manchester United (LW-6) David Moyes unsuccessful return to Goodison Park would spell the end of Manchester Uniteds chances to make the Champions League and his tenure as manager of the club. Moyes was fired by United after dropping his 11th league game of the season. 8. Southampton (LW-8) Despite enjoying 68% of the possession, Southampton was not able to strike the decisive blow and instead settled for a 0-0 draw against Aston Villa. 9. Stoke City (LW-9) Marko Arnautovics first half penalty was canceled out in the second half as Stoke settled for a 1-1 draw with Cardiff City. 10. Crystal Palace (LW-10) Mile Jedinaks 59th minute penalty was the difference as Crystal Palace defeated West Ham 1-0, guaranteeing their Premier League survival. 11. Newcastle United (LW-11) Make it five straight Premier League defeats for Newcastle as they fell 2-1 at home against Swansea. Shola Ameobi gave them a lead after 23 minutes but they were not able to find another goal. 12. Swansea City (LW-14) Wilfried Bony scored in injury time of both the first and second half to lead Swansea to a 2-1 victory over Newcastle. His winning marker was from the penalty spot after a foul on teammate Marvin Emnes. 13. Hull City (LW-12) Tough day at KC Stadium as Hull was defeated 3-0 by Arsenal. The Tigers are currently sitting just above the relegation battle. 14. West Ham United (LW-13) Despite being on top of the action, West Ham could not find the net as they fell 1-0 at home to Crystal Palace. 15. Aston Villa (LW-16) After losing four straight games, Aston Villa earned a point in a 0-0 draw against Southampton. 16. West Bromwich Albion (LW-15) Graham Dorrans scored the lone goal as West Bromwich Albion fell 3-1 to Manchester City. 17. Sunderland (LW-18) A recently good run of form is developing for Sunderland as they claimed a shock road 2-1 victory over Chelsea. Connor Wickham and Fabio Borini provided the offence for the Black Cats who inched closer to getting off the bottom of the table. 18. Cardiff City (LW-19) It was a penalty for each side at Cardiff City Stadium as the Welsh side drew 1-1 with Stoke City. 19. Fulham (LW-17) Steve Sidwells 37th minute marker was all Fulham could muster as they were defeated 3-1 on the road against Tottenham. 20. Norwich City (LW-20) Norwich threw everything they had at Liverpool but in the end were forced to settle for a 3-2 defeat at Carrow Road. Gary Hooper and Robert Snodgrass scored the goals for the Canaries. Don Mattingly Jersey . He chirped to the caddie of Brandt Snedeker about their money game, a Mickelson tradition at the majors. Lefty was in good spirits Monday at the British Open, except for having to return the claret jug. Don Larsen Jersey .The team had a meeting prior to facing Russia at the world junior hockey championship and got the effort theyve been looking for by defeating the Russians 4-1 to advance to the quarter-finals. http://www.authenticbaseshopyankees.com ... es-jersey/. 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"I feel like its midnight, so it will be nice to get a break." The Canadians arrived at a break in the schedule tied atop the standings with Switzerlands Binia Feltscher at 8-1. The Canadians reverted to their custom of both taking the lead and finishing a game early in a 10-3 win over South Koreas Ji-sun Kim, who shook hands after eight ends. But Canada went the distance in the morning draw. They stole three points over the final two ends to rescue a 7-5 win over Germanys Imogen Oona Lehmann. That was the first time Homan threw her final stone at the world championship and just the second time Canada played a 10th end in Saint John. Theyd beaten Scotland the previous evening and were back on the Harbour Station ice in the morning. "It was a long haul, three games in a row on not much sleep and a big grind this morning against Germany," Homan said. Homan, third Emma Miskew, second Alison Kreviazuk and lead Lisa Weagle headed to dinner with family members feeling confident about their position. Canada concludes the round robin Thursday against China and Sweden. "Two great teams," Miskew said. Swedens Margaretha Sigfridsson and Russias Anna Sidorova were both 7-2 followed by Chinas Liu Sijia and South Korea tied at 6-3 and Allison Pottinger of the U.S. at 5-4. Scotlands Kerry Barr and Anna Kubeskova of the Czech Republic were 2-7 with Germany, Latvias Evita Regza and Denmarks Madeleine Dupont at 1-8. The top four teams in the preliminary round advance to the Page playoff. Ties for fourth will be solved by tie-breaker games. The countries with the two best records meet in one playoff game Friday with the winner advancing directly to Sundays gold-medal game. The loser drops to Saturday afternoons semifinal to meet the winner of a morning playoff between the third and fourth seeds. "We have our fate in our own hands," Homan said. "Weve got to win out and see what happens with everybody else." The Canadians, all 28 years old or younger, couldnt hide their pleasure at the prospect of sleepiing in Thursday morning.dddddddddddd They intended to stop in at the tournament party room before bed Wednesday "because theres a band there Signal Hill that we like," Miskew said. "Theyve come to Ottawa and we usually go and watch them in Ottawa." Canada scored three points in the fourth and stole three in the eighth versus South Korea. Pyeongchang, South Korea, is the host city of the 2018 Winter Olympics. Kim is among the countrys female curlers getting fast-tracked to compete. The 26-year-old skipped South Korea to fourth at the 2012 world championship in Lethbridge, Alta. She beat Canadas Heather Nedohin in a playoff game, but lost the semifinal and lost the bronze-medal rematch to Nedohin. Kim threw third stones against Homan with Un-chi Gim, her lead in Lethbridge, throwing fourth stones. With the score tied 2-2, the South Koreans played conservatively in the fourth end by putting up guards early on a counter on the button. But Miskews well-executed draw around a guard forced them to chase. South Koreas poorly-placed draws opened the door for Canada to plant more counters around the button. Homan had an easy tap for three points and a 5-2 lead in front of 1,726 at Harbour Station. "Not good," Kim said. "We were a little nervous." Canada recovered from errors against Germany to grind out a win. The Germans led 5-4 heading into the ninth, when Homan and Lehmann shifted momentum back and forth with misses. Lehmann overthrew an attempted double takeout with hammer to leave Canada shot rock for a steal of one. Miskew put guards in front of a Kreviazuk draw to the button in 10th and German third Corinna Scholz missed an attempted hit and roll behind cover. Homan struggled with draws in the earlier ends, but she had it solved by the 10th as she drew in to stack two Canadian counters on the button. Lehmann cleared just one and Homan buried a draw behind a guard to lie two again. The German skips attempt to follow her didnt curl enough. "Youve got to be confident and believe you can steal because theres no other way, theres no other option," Homan said. "It was just tough out there. We werent quite reading things right. There were a lot of uncharacteristic misses. We just tried to figure out our rocks and our lines. We just had to keep playing a little bit better each end and hope for a few lucky breaks and we made it out in the end." Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '