• Arsenal 0-1 West Ham. Shots on goal: Arsenal 30, West Ham 6. Goals: West Ham 1, Arsenal 0. West Ham goalie did the yeoman's work this afternoon, and the woodwork of the goal suffered a vicious pounding at the hands of the Arsenal strikers, as West Ham
earned got the unlikely win. Arsenal's lost three straight, and are now just two points clear of Everton for 4th place in the league — the last spot to be granted a Champions League birth. West Ham, meanwhile, remains buried in the relegation zone.
• Chelsea 1-0 Tottenham. Tottenham had asked Chelsea if they'd mind moving the game until Sunday, as they'd just played a UEFA Cup game 39 hours ago. Chelsea politely told them to stuff it up their Tottenholes, and came out today and won 1-0. The game's lone goal was scored on a beautiful strike by Ricardo Carvalho. Meanwhile...
• Portsmouth 2-0 Manchester United. Rio Ferdinand just scored in his own net to cap Portsmouth's upset of Manchester United, which does a whole lot to make the end of the season more interesting. The deficit between Chelsea and United is just three points now... wait, United just scored to make it 2-1, with 4:00 of stoppage time remaining. One second here... okay, now Manchester United's soiling of themselves is complete. Chelsea's just three points back, and Wednesday, May 9th is worth circling on your calendar.