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Copy from Football Unlimited of 01/03/2004.
Leeds United remain bottom of the Premiership, two, possibly three, points from safety if goal difference is included; Liverpool remain sixth, three points off a Champions League place with a game in hand. Neither side lost yesterday and, superficially, both could be satisfied by this entertaining, if haphazard draw.
Leeds have beaten Wolves and drawn with Manchester United and Liverpool in their last three Premiership matches, and at last do not look like a side ready to be relegated. For Liverpool, it was another point gained away from home, a point that felt bigger and better when Portsmouth later equalised against Newcastle. Moreover, Harry Kewell and Milan Baros both looked fit and willing and scored memorable goals.
"I thought it was a smashing game," were Gérard Houllier's first words. "I can't ask for more, particularly 48 hours after a European game."