Chelsea ground out a win at Stoke with a late winner as they charge on relentlessly 10 points clear at the top of the PL. Nearest challengers Spurs sans Harry Kane overcame Saints at home 2-1, despite the away side making a game of it in the second-half when 2-0 down. James Ward-Prowse celebrating his first senior call up for England with a goal.
Arsenal were de-bagged by The Baggies 3-1 at The Hawthorn to continue Gooners angst with Arsene Wenger who stubbornly refuses to give any clues as to whether he will leave the club or not, in spite of rising discontent from the fans and the apparent disenchantment of his players, judging by their poor performances of late.
Ex-Saint Adam Lallana missed his kick in front of goal when it he seemed certain to win the game at Man City, so the game ended one a piece as two of the sides in the top four cancelled each other out. Man United plod along closing in on the top 4 after winning at manager less Middlesborough and have games in hand in their hectic schedule. United's Europa League progress rests with a quarter final tie against the Belgians Anderlecht, giving them a good chance of getting over the disappointment of their FA Cup quarter final defeat at Stamford Bridge.
AFC Boscombe have won two home games in a week, against West Ham and Swansea, building on their eventful draw at Old Trafford and pull away from the teams at the bottom. This sets The Cherries up nicely for the local 'derby' with Saints at St Marys on April Fools Day.
In Europe, Real Madrid have got their act together and sit 2 points clear of Barca with a game in hand after the Catalans surprise defeat at Deportivo. Bayern and Juventus continue to gallop away at the top of their respective leagues leaving the chasing teams trailing in their wake.
Wilkie Tours upcoming trip is to the Czech Republic, the games we are due to watch in Prague involve teams that are not in great form of late, so here's hoping for a change in fortune for all three teams - Sparta, Bohemians and Zizkov - when they play hosts to Wilkie Tours in a couple of weeks.
Non League Eastleigh won their second successive National League game with a last minute goal at Chester as they look to consolidate in a season of turmoil at the Hampshire club.