Football quiz: how much do you know about Premier League title races?

By | 25th April 2019
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Who ate well? Who left it late? Who won on goal difference?

Which player was mentioned by name in Kevin Keegan’s infamous “I would love it” rant during the 1995-96 run-in?

Les Ferdinand

Roy Keane

Stuart Pearce

David Platt

Which club has won the Premier League on goal difference?

Blackburn Rovers

Chelsea

Arsenal

Manchester City

Chelsea’s 2-0 win at Anfield in 2014 is often remembered for Steven Gerrard’s slip. Which player made his league debut for Chelsea in that game and was named man of the match (in the Guardian, at least)?

Lewis Baker

Nathan Ake

Tomas Kalas

Mohamed Salah

Manchester United won the first Premier League title in 1993. Who came second?

Norwich City

Blackburn Rovers

Aston Villa

QPR

Arsenal did not lose any of their 38 league matches in the 2003-04 season. How many did they win?

22

26

30

34

Manchester City won the title in 2012 thanks to a 3-2 victory over QPR on the final day. When did Edin Dzeko and Sergio Agüero score their goals?

The 87th minute and 89th minute

The 90th minute and 93rd minute

The 92nd minute and 94th minute

The 95th minute and 98th minute

What food did Claudio Ranieri promise his Leicester players if they kept clean sheets during their run to the title in 2016?

Burgers

Fish and chips

Pizza

Pasta

Manchester United pipped Chelsea to the title by two points in the 2007-08 season. Which player made the most league appearances for United that season?

Wes Brown

Cristiano Ronaldo

Paul Scholes

Edwin van der Sar

Arsenal beat Everton 4-0 in May 1998 to clinch the title. Which player (who went on to become a Premier League manager) opened the scoring with an own goal?

David Moyes

Slaven Bilic

Aidy Boothroyd

Owen Coyle

Which club won the title even though they lost their last two games of the season?

Arsenal

Blackburn Rovers

Manchester City

Chelsea

1 and above.

Oh dear

2 and above.

Oh dear

3 and above.

Not familiar with the title race. Do you support Spurs?

5 and above.

Not familiar with the title race. Do you support Spurs?

4 and above.

Not familiar with the title race. Do you support Spurs?

6 and above.

That’s an impressive score.  

7 and above.

You made top four but didn’t win the title

8 and above.

You made top four but didn’t win the title

9 and above.

Close but you just missed out on goal difference

0 and above.

Oh dear

10 and above.

You are the title winner of this quiz

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This post written by Tom Hitchenor originally appeared on Football | The Guardian. Read the full post here.

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