Funny isn't it? For years you knew that the Top 4 at the end of the season would be Liverpool, Rags, Chelsea and Arsenal in any order. And you knew what Top 4 meant. Then Wee Davey took over at the rags and all of a sudden, the Top 7 was born from nowhere. And, just as quickly, it sank without trace as soon as the rags seemed to have found 6th as their natural finish. And so the 'Top Six' was born. If the rags were in a relegation fight you wouldn't be surprised to hear about the Top 17. That said, I do think that any of the other five can beat or at least get a result against each other on any given day, depending on whether they are home or away, injuries, form and lucky breaks. Spurs beat Liverpool, but Liverpool beat Arsenal, Arsenal drew away at Chelsea but Chelsea beat Spurs. I'm not suggesting that we will beat all 5 of them home and away by any means, but so far it does seem to be us head and shoulders above the other 5, and the other five with not that much between them, to be honest.