OTP Quiz of the Week 24

Posted by - May 18, 2011 - Premier League, Quiz

With the final day approaching this weekend, we ask how much you remember about the end of season occurrences. One question for each of the last fifteen seasons:

1. Manchester City were relegated on the final day in 1995/6, but which two teams survived on the same number of points as City?

2. Which club survived relegation by winning at White Hart Lane on the final day in 1996/7?

3. Who was the Everton manager when they stayed up on the final day in 1997/8?

4. Which tournament did West Ham qualify for by beating Middlesbrough on the final day in 1998/9?

5. Who scored the all-important winner for Bradford City against Liverpool to keep the bantams away from the drop?

6. Despite winning the title in 2001, Man United lost their last game 3-1 to Tottenham. Which Dutch midfielder scored twice for Spurs?

7. In 2002, Arsenal conceded three goals to Everton at home on the final day. Who were their Eastern European centre back pairing that day?

8. Which Spurs striker signed off his time at the club with a 4-0 home defeat to Blackburn in 2003?

9. In 2003/4, Portsmouth thrashed Boro 5-1 on the final day. Which striker scored four goals that day?

10. Which team stayed up on the final day in 2005 despite only winning six games all season?

11. Despite winning the league under Jose Mourinho, Chelsea lost their last two league games of the season. Can you name either of the opponents?

12. Sheffield Untied were relegated. Which player ironically scored against them that day to effectively send them down?

13. Which club did Middlesbrough beat 8-1 on the final day, and which striker scored a hat-trick?

14. Which Ecuadorian player scored the winner for Manchester City against Bolton on the final day in 2009?

15. Chelsea beat Wigan to seal the title last year. But how many second half goals did they score?

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1. Coventry and Southampton

2. Coventry

3. Howard Kendall

4. InterToto Cup

5. David Wetherall

6. Willem Korsten

7. Oleg Luzhny and Igor Stepanovs

8. Teddy Sheringham

9. Yakubu

10. West Brom

11. Newcastle and Blackburn

12. David Unsworth

13. Manchester City, Alfonso Alves

14. Felipe Caicedo

15. Six