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Season 2009-10

The 2009–10 Premier League was the 18th season of the Premier League since its establishment in 1992. A total of 20 teams competed in the league, with Chelsea unseating the three-time defending champions Manchester United, scoring a Premier League record 103 goals in the process. The season began on 15 August 2009 and concluded on 9 May 2010. Prior to each opening week match, a minute's applause was held in memory of Sir Bobby Robson. Nike provided a new match ball - the T90 Ascente - for this season. The league was sponsored by Barclays.

The race for the title went to the final day of the season with Chelsea one point ahead of Manchester United. Chelsea's 8–0 win over Wigan Athletic was enough to secure their first title since 2006, despite Manchester United's 4–0 defeat of Stoke City. The title win came in Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti's first season at the club and he followed this up a week later by securing Chelsea's first FA Cup and League double with a win over Portsmouth at Wembley. Chelsea striker Didier Drogba won the Golden Boot award as the league's top goalscorer for the second time The victorious Chelsea side were noted for their attacking style of football: the team averaged 2.71 goals per game, scoring a Premier League record 103 goals for the season, compared to the average of 1.89 when they won the title in the 2005–06 season.

In February 2010, Portsmouth became the first club to go into administration whilst a member of the Premier League. They were deducted nine points, and two months later they were the first team of the season to be relegated. Hull City and Premier League debutants Burnley were relegated alongside them.

Source: Wikipedia - The Free Encyclopedia

Season matches ordered by date

2.clubNameManchester United
4.clubNameTottenham Hotspur
5.clubNameManchester City
6.clubNameAston Villa
9.clubNameBirmingham City
10.clubNameBlackburn Rovers
11.clubNameStoke City
14.clubNameBolton Wanderers
15.clubNameWolverhampton Wanderers
16.clubNameWigan Athletic
17.clubNameWest Ham United
19.clubNameHull City

Full standing - Home, Away, Total

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5.Manchester CityManchester City00000:0000000:00381813773:4567
6.Aston VillaAston Villa00000:0000000:00381713852:3964
9.Birmingham CityBirmingham City00000:0000000:003813111438:4750
10.Blackburn RoversBlackburn Rovers00000:0000000:003813111441:5550
11.Stoke CityStoke City00000:0000000:003811141334:4847
14.Bolton WanderersBolton Wanderers00000:0000000:00381091942:6739
15.Wolverhampton WanderersWolverhampton Wanderers00000:0000000:00389111832:5638
16.Wigan AthleticWigan Athletic00000:0000000:0038992037:7936
17.West Ham UnitedWest Ham United00000:0000000:00388111947:6635
19.Hull CityHull City00000:0000000:00386122034:7530