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Quiz: How well do you remember the Premier League 1995-96 season?

Test your memory of the campaign where Man United got the better of Newcastle in a thrilling title race.

Updated Apr 13th 2020, 12:05 PM

Man United ultimately beat Newcastle to the title. How many points did they finish ahead of them?

Which of these teams had the best defensive record over the course of the season?
Man United

Which of these teams didn't get relegated?
Man City

Which of these players finished as top scorer?
Alan Shearer
Dwight Yorke

Teddy Sheringham
Stan Collymore
Who won the PFA Players' Player of the Year?
Eric Cantona
Robbie Fowler

David Ginola
Les Ferdinand
Which of these teams went on an unbeaten run of 15 games?
Man United

Aston Villa
Which of these Man United players was the only one to make the PFA Team of the Season?
Gary Neville
Peter Schmeichel

Roy Keane
Eric Cantona
Who topped the assists chart that season?
Ian Woan
Steve McManaman

John Barnes
Darren Anderton
Which of these teams finished the highest?
Nottingham Forest

Aston Villa
Which of these Irish players was the official captain of his club?
Phil Babb
Roy Keane

Andy Townsend
Kenny Cunningham
Answer all the questions to see your result!
You scored out of !
Top of the pile, you really were paying attention.
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You scored out of !
Not too bad at all. If you'd paid a little more attention you could have won the gold.
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You scored out of !
The questions just didn't suit you this time. Maybe try against next time.
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You scored out of !
Wooden spoon
There's not much we can say about that. Do you even like sport?
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