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Did your team live up to expectations this weekend in their Premier League or FA Cup outing? Weve caught up with Sky Sports Now guest and former Arsenal and Leicester striker, Alan Smith, to grade each side based on their 90-minute performance over the weekend.So how did your team fare? Did they get an A or an F, or somewhere in between? Read on to see how each top-flight side has been ranked... Weekend results Premier League FA Cup Norwich 0-0 Man City Reading 1-2 C Palace B’mouth 3-2 Swansea Everton 2-0 Chelsea Stoke 1-2 So’ton Arsenal 1-2 Watford Aston Villa 0-2 Spurs Man Utd 1-1 West Ham Premier LeagueBournemouth - AIts three wins in a row now for the Cherries, so wonderful stuff from them. Manager Eddie Howe and his players are on 38 points now so theyre all-but safe. For a newly-promoted team to do what theyve done is great for the league.Southampton - ASouthampton were worthy winners against a Stoke side that have had a good season and are full of entertaining players. Saints should have had a penalty when Jack Butland brought down Dusan Tadic and they were unlucky to have Sadio Mane sent off. Graziano Pelle will have welcomed his goals and Shane Long looked good getting in behind the Stoke defence. Sadio Manes red card at the Britannia was harsh, according to Smith Tottenham - AExcellent. They had to absorb some pressure in the second half against Aston Villa at Villa Park, but the way Mauricio Pochettino approached the game was great. They bounced back from disappointing results against Arsenal and Borussia Dortmund in style. They were so quick and theyve clearly got the bit firmly between their teeth.Norwich - B+This was a good point for Norwich against a very good team, even though Manchester City arent firing on all cylinders. The clean sheet would have encouraged Canaries boss Alex Neil.Aston Villa - C+ Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur shoots past Alan Hutton of Aston Villa I dont want to kick a team while theyre down. It was men against boys in the first half and when Harry Kane scored Spurs could have had plenty more. Villa couldnt cope with Spurs pace and intensity but, to their credit, they kept going and should have found the net through Rudy Gestede and Joleon Lescott. Villa are virtually relegated so its not easy for them, so at least they didnt give up and showed a bit of heart.Swansea - C+Swansea pegged Bournemouth back twice at the Vitality and for that reason they deserve a C+. They didnt give up which is good for a side who arent completely out of the relegation mix - although I think theyll be fine. The managers health problems havent helped, and theyll be hoping for a couple of wins as soon as possible to take the doubt away.Stoke - C Graziano Pelle celebrates after opening the scoring You would have expected more from Stoke, particularly because they were playing at home. Pelle struck twice in succession and, despite Marko Arnautovic pulling one back, Southampton were the better team. It wasnt Stokes day.Man City - DManchester City are lucky to get a D. For a team that still has an outside chance of winning the title there was no intensity, belief or urgency. It was almost as if theyd already given up on the title. They didnt cause many problems to Norwichs goal. Poor. City were poor at Carrow Road as their title charge faltered FA CupWatford - A+Watford have struggled to score recently but Odion Ighalo and Troy Deeney were back to their best at the Emirates. They were brilliant and the result was a reflection of the fantastic season theyre having. Adlene Guediouras goal was wonderful and capped off a great day for the club.Everton - A Romelu Lukaku scored against his former Chelsea for the first time It was a very tight game at Goodison Park but they hung on and were better defensively where they havent been in recent games. Romelu Lukaku was on the scoresheet with a pair of stunning goals and, by all accounts, the ground was rocking. It was a fantastic win.West Ham - B+West Ham will be gutted they allowed Manchester United back into the game but theyll be confident in progressing at Upton Park. Dimitri Payets free-kick was nothing short of incredible, another stunning effort from a player vying for the Player of the Season award.Crystal Palace - B Yohan Cabayes late penalty sent Palace on their way to Wembley Palace will hope their FA Cup run can aid their Premier League form, as theyve been struggling of late. Theyre in the semi-finals and that will bring back memories for Alan Pardews playing days, thats for sure! Frazier Campbell scoring was a bonus too!Manchester United - BThis certainly wasnt Uniteds worst performance, they did quite well to come back from a goal behind. Theyve relied on Anthony Martial a lot this season and once again he delivered.Reading - B-Playing against Premier League opposition is not easy for Reading. They frustrated Crystal Palace for most of the match and couldnt quite hold out. The late red card was telling.Arsenal - C Holders Arsenal were dumped out of the FA Cup at home to Watford Arsenal werent a threat, they were flat and they conceded too many chances and openings to a Watford team that struggled to score in the build-up to the game. That was down to Arsenals shape. Theyve won the cup for the last two seasons so the fact theyre out of it isnt the big problem, it was the manner of the defeat.Chelsea - CThis was a big game for Chelsea. Diego Costas ugly side reared itself once again - the theatrics didnt help as they failed to score and he was sent off. Its turned out to be a crippling week for them following their Champions League exit and its going to be hard for Guus Hiddink to lift them for the rest of the season.Watch Sky Sports Now weekdays from 10am to 12pm, Sky Sports News HQ. Also See: La Liga v Premier League Transfer Centre LIVE! The relegation run-in Live on Sky Martinas Rankin Jersey . James Erskine said Tuesday that Thorpe was "quite sick" in a Sydney hospital but dismissed media reports the swimmer might lose the use of his left arm. "Hes not in the intensive care," Erskine said. Tyrann Mathieu Jersey . Olsen, who is 6-foot-3 and 305 pounds, can play either centre or guard. The 25-year-old Olsen played 16 games and made four starts in 2012 with the New Orleans Saints. . They started shooting the puck. Joe Pavelski had a hat trick to move into a tie for second in the NHL in goals and the Sharks beat Philadelphia 7-3 Thursday night in the first game for both teams following the Olympic break. Aaron Colvin Texans Jersey .Impact president Joey Saputo confirmed Thursday that he is part of a group of investors whose offer to buy the 105-year-old Italian club was accepted by the teams board of directors. Justin Reid Jersey . On Saturday, the paths of Drew Tate and Kevin Glenn cross again as opposing quarterbacks. PARIS -- Eugenie Bouchard reached her second straight Grand Slam semifinal Tuesday as she defeated Spains Carla Suarez Navarro 7-6 (4), 2-6, 7-5 at the French Open. However, fellow Canadian Milos Raonic came up short in his bid to reach the mens final four at Roland Garros, dropping a 7-5, 7-6 (5), 6-4 decision to Novak Djokovic of Serbia. Earlier this year, Bouchard reached the Australian Open semifinal but lost to eventual champion Li Na of China. The 20-year-old from Westmount, Que., will next meet Russias Maria Sharapova after the 2012 champion beat Spains Garbine Muguruza 1-6, 7-5, 6-1. "Im very content with a win like this," said Bouchard. "It was a battle throughout. She played very well especially on long points. "The last set was key for me. Im really excited to be playing Sharapova in a big match here." Bouchard won the first set in an hour, but dropped the second after losing her last two service games. Suarez Navarro jumped out to a 4-1 lead in the third set before the 18th-seeded Canadian fought back with a key break and service holds. "I wouldnt say I surprised myself, no," said Bouchard. "Ive come back in matches before. Tennis can be like that, a bit up and down. I just really tried to forget about what the score was or anything and just tried to play the right way, you know. "Once I started going for my shots a little bit more it started working better. The third set it was just a really cool atmosphere I think for both of us to be playing like that. Even if I was down 5-2 or 4-1 in the third, (I didnt) worry too much -- keep going, keep going, keep going, and it paid off in the end." Bouchard earned a match point but double-faulted. She put a backhand long on a second chance before clinching victory after two hours 22 minutes when her opponent came up short on a return. Bouchard finished with 46 winners, 38 unforced errors and breaks on six of 14 chances. Djokovic, meanwhile, is a six-time major champion but he still needs to win the French Open to complete a career Grand Slam. He reached the semifinals at Roland Garros the last four years, but only made one final, losing to Rafael Nadal in 2012. Raonic, the No. 8 seed from Thornhill, Ont., fired 21 aces but converted only one of two break opportunities in the match, which also lasted two hours 22 minutes. Raonic, the first Canadian man to reach a Grand Slam singles quarter-final in the post-1968 Open era, stalled in the third set but managed to break Djokovic as the second seed was serving for victory at 5-2. Djokovic closed it out two games later when a Raonic forehand sailed wide. The last Canadian to reach a mens singles semifinals at a Grand Slam was William Johnston at the 1923 US Championships. Robert Powell (Wimbledon, 1908) is the only oother Canadian to reach a mens singles semifinal.dddddddddddd In mixed doubles, Torontos Daniel Nestor and French partner Kristina Mladenovic dropped a 6-3, 1-6, 10-3 quarter-final decision to third seeds Yaroslava Shvedova of Kazakhstan and Brazils Bruno Soares. Sharapova, a four-time Grand Slam winner, has won both of her previous matches against Bouchard, including a second-round match last year in Paris. Following the tradition begun in Melbourne earlier this year, a fan tossed a stuffed animal to Bouchard and she took it to her on-court television interview. Former French player Fabrice Santoro then insisted on taking a photo with Bouchard as the crowd cheered. Bouchard is the third Canadian woman to reach the Roland Garros quarter-finals after Carling Bassett-Seguso (1984, 1986) and Helen Kelesi (1988, 1989). Bouchard and Bassett-Seguso are the only players to reach the semifinals at a Grand Slam (Bassett-Seguso, 1984 US Open). Sharapova, meanwhile, started slow Tuesday by dropping four of her first five games. She then started to land her shots and her serves with more consistency and won nine of the last 10 games. Muguruza, who was playing in a Grand Slam quarter-final for the first time in her career, eliminated defending champion Serena Williams in the second round. Sharapova lost in the semifinals at Roland Garros in 2011, then won the title a year later to complete a career Grand Slam. She lost in last years final to Williams. "It was so tough losing in the final last year, being the defending champion," Sharapova said. "This year, to come back, I have the extra motivation to go further, and to be back on (this) stage is a really nice feeling." Sharapova opened her match with a double fault, the first of eight in the match. And she lost 15 of the first 20 points. But even though Sharapova held in the fifth game, she was broken again, this time at love, to lose the first set. Things changed rather quickly in the second set. At 1-1, Sharapova finally broke, with some help from Muguruza. The unseeded Spaniard, ranked 35th in the world, double-faulted twice in a row to give Sharapova her second break point of the match. The tall Russian converted when Muguruza sent a backhand long. Although Sharapova was broken again in the set, again with a double fault, she started to hold serve more easily while giving Muguruza more trouble while receiving. By the time the third set started, Sharapova was moving Muguruza all over the court, landing her forehands and backhands easily. The only hiccup came in the fourth game, when Muguruza had five break points but couldnt convert any of them. "That was one of the most important games," Sharapova said. "After I won that game, I certainly gained more confidence." 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