TSN.ca presents its latest weekly power rankings for the 2013-14 Barclays Premier League season. Rankings were weighted evenly between separate lists made by TSN Radio host and soccer analyst Gareth Wheeler as well as TSN.cas soccer editors. 1. Liverpool (Last Week-1) Steven Gerrard converted two more penalties as red hot Liverpool defeated West Ham 2-1 at Upton Park. The victory sets up a top of the table showdown against Manchester City. 2. Manchester City (LW-2) After Yaya Toure and Rickie Lambert traded goals from the penalty spot, Samir Nasri, Edin Dzeko and Stevan Jovetic all fired home to give Manchester City a 4-1 victory over Southampton and keep them in the thick of the title race. 3. Chelsea (LW-3) Willian, Mohamed Salah and Frank Lampard were all on target for Chelsea as they knocked off Stoke City 3-0. Lampards goal came after he missed from the penalty spot but fired home following up the save. 4. Everton (LW-5) Goals by Steven Naismith, Romelu Lukaku and a Mikel Arteta own goal helped Evertons Champions League hopes with a 3-0 victory over Arsenal. It was Evertons sixth victory in a row as they now sit just a point behind the Gunners. 5. Arsenal (LW-4) One single point is all that is currently keeping Arsenal in a Champions League position as they fell 3-0 to Everton, the team directly behind them in the standings. Everton also has a game in hand on the Gunners. 6. Manchester United (LW-6) Juan Mata scored the first two goals which turned out to be enough damage, Javier Hernandez and Adnan Januzaj both also counted as Manchester United defeated Newcastle 4-0. 7. Tottenham (LW-7) Emmanuel Adebayors double added to goals from Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen and Gylfi Sigurdsson were more than enough as Tottenham dismissed Sunderland 5-1. 8. Southampton (LW-8) A very strong first half effort, that included a penalty goal from Rickie Lambert, was not enough to keep Southampton from a 4-1 defeat at the hands of Manchester City. 9. Stoke City (LW-9) Stoke had their three game winning streak snapped as they fell 3-0 to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. 10. Newcastle United (LW-10) For the fourth time in five games, Newcastle was condemned to Premier League defeat, this time 4-0 at the hands of Manchester United at St. James Park. 11. Hull City (LW-14) George Boyd headed home a first half marker which would prove to be enough as Hull City knocked off Swansea City 1-0. 12. West Ham United (LW-11) Guy Demel scored the games only goal from open play, however two converted penalties would see West Ham fall 2-1 to Liverpool. 13. Swansea City (LW-12) Swansea City were lively but not able to find an equalizing marker as they fell 1-0 to Hull City. 14. Crystal Palace (LW-15) Jason Puncheon scored twice and Joe Ledley also added a second half marker as Crystal Palace continued their relegation battle with a 3-0 victory over Cardiff City. 15. Aston Villa (LW-13) Grant Holt equalized for Aston Villa in the 70th minute, but they conceded the winning marker four minutes from time as they fell 2-1 to Fulham. 16. West Bromwich Albion (LW-17) Morgan Amalfitano scored in the 16th minute as West Brom held on to pick up a 1-0 victory over Norwich City. 17. Norwich City (LW-16) In what would turn out to be manager Chris Hughtons last game in charge, Norwich City fell 1-0 at Carrow Road to West Bromwich Albion. Hughton would be fired following the loss and replaced by former player Neil Adams. 18. Fulham (LW-20) Kieran Richardson and Hugo Rodallega were both on target for Fulham as they picked up three points in a 2-1 victory against Aston Villa. 19. Sunderland (LW-18) Troubled times continue for Sunderland as they fell 5-1 to Tottenham. Lee Cattermole gave the Black Cats a 1-0 lead before they were overrun by the five goal response. 20. Cardiff City (LW-19) Ole Gunnar Solskjaers team slipped closer to falling out of the Premier League as they were well beaten 3-0 at home against Crystal Palace. Miguel Cabrera Jersey . All of 46 seconds into the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-2 victory over Alex Ovechkins struggling Washington Capitals, Crosby assisted on Chris Kunitzs goal. Michael Fulmer Jerseyhttps://www.cheaptigers.com/. -- The anointed starting quarterback for the Oakland Raiders is strengthening his hold on the position this training camp instead of losing it. Matt Hall Jersey .FIFA said its appeals panel ruled the case not admissible.The former U.S. Attorney had objected to ethics judge Joachim Eckerts summary of the World Cup bid investigation, claiming numerous materially incomplete and erroneous representations of his work. Matthew Boyd Jersey . A larger-than-life personality known for his intimidating style in the 18-yard box, Schmeichels career spanned some 20 years -- including a memorable tenure at Manchester United.Casey Haerther hit his fifth homer of the year and starter Ethan Hollingsworth got his first win in front of the Shaw Park crowd, as the Goldeyes beat the Kansas City T-Bones 5-3 in front of 5,078 on a chilly Canada Day afternoon. With the victory, the Fish won their sixth straight (theyve won nine of 10), improved to 29-14 on the season and tightened their stranglehold on first place in the American Associations North Division. “This team is firing on all cylinders right now,” said Haerther, who had two hits in four trips and raised his batting average to a league-leading .392. “Ive played on some good teams, but I dont remember many like this. Were pitching well, hitting well and guys are playing great defense. “And it doesnt feel streaky. It feels like were just going out there and playing and when the guys do what they do, we win.” Kansas City opened the scoring with a run in the first, but the Goldeyes answered with a pair of runs in the bottom of the inning. In fact, the first four Goldeyes in the lineup hit safely. Tyler Kuhn led off with a single, Josh Mazzola followed with a single, Haerther drove home Kuhn with a single and RRay Sadler drove home Mazzola with another single.dddddddddddd Haerther homered in the third to make it 3-1 and then, with two out in the sixth, a solo homer by Reggie Abercrombie made it 4-1 and an RBI double by Ryan Pineda drove home Brock Bond with the fifth Goldeyes run. Kansas City scored a pair in the seventh, but Brendan Lafferty and Chris Kissock came on to shut the door in the eighth and ninth innings and the Goldeyes opened this three-game series with Kansas City with a victory. Hollingsworth (2-0, 2.55 ERA) picked up the win for Winnipeg. Meanwhile, K.C. starter Andy Noga (0-3, 4.53 ERA) suffered the loss. Kissock picked up his team-leading ninth save. “I used my two seam and four seam fastballs and just got ahead of the hitters,” said Hollingsworth. “I really didnt throw very many off-speed pitches. I just used the fastball and got some great defense behind me.” The Goldeyes and T-Bones will play Game 2 of this three-game series on Wednesday night at 7 p.m. Chris Salamida (3-3, 4.53 ERA) will get the start for Winnipeg, while Rick Zagone (6-1, 5.40 ERA) will take to the hill for Kansas City. ' ' '