Gunners continue scoring spree
Arsenal became the first team this season to reach 50 goals after winning 4-1 against basement club Portsmouth in round 20 of the English Premiership.
This was the Gunners third match in a row when they have scored three goals or more.
In 19 matches the Gunners have scored three goals or more in ten of them.
The Gunners average just under 3 goals per match and they have reached the half century mark as they completed the first part of their season's matches.
There were no changes in the top three positions after this round with Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal all winning but there were changes beyond that.
Tottenham has now moved into fourth place after Aston Villa's last two losses made sure the Midlands outfit slid down to sixth.
Villa had only lost three matches before the Christmas matches but then lost to Arsenal and Liverpool to lose the momentum they have been building up until then.
Birmingham City continued their unbeaten streak after winning away to Stoke but the two draws before that match means they no longer top the form table.
At the bottom, Portsmouth still anchor the table and they are joined by Hull City and Bolton in the relegation zone.
Bolton and Hull played each other in this round and the match ended in a draw despite Bolton being 2-nil up at one stage in the second half. Bolton has since sacked the manager Gary Megson.
Maybe at this time as the league reaches the halfway stage its time to put focus on relegation and show the league table upside down: