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A man-of-the-match display by goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer secured Fulham a 0-0 draw against Arsenal at the Emirates.
Middlesbrough moved out of the bottom three with a fine win over a below-par Liverpool side, who slip to third in the league.
Frank Lampard's stoppage time winner handed Chelsea a late win to move them up into second with Wigan denied a point at the death.
Everton remain in the hunt for Europe while West Brom stay bottom of the league following a 2-0 defeat Goodison Park.
A late winner from Jonathan Woodgate secured a crucial away win for Spurs, who now move up to 14th and just a point behind Hull.
Newcastle secured a deserved point following a 0-0 draw against Everton despite playing the second half with ten men.
Liverpool conceded more ground in the title race as Man City battled to come away from Anfield with a valuable point.
Goals from Bobby Zamora and Andy Johnson secured a 2-0 win for Fulham in an entertaining contest against West Brom at Craven Cottage.
Cristiano Ronaldo produced a moment of magic to give Manchester United a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Blackburn Rovers at Old Trafford.
An early flourish of goals from Bolton proved enough to see off a determined West Ham side at the Reebok Stadium.
An injury time own-goal by Ryan Shawcross ensured relegation rivals Stoke & Portsmouth shared the points at the Britannia Stadium.
Middlesbrough's winless run continued as Wigan left the Riverside Stadium with a point in a game of few chances.
Arsenal slump to a third consecutive goalless draw in the league as Sunderland earn an unlikely point on the road.
Guus Hiddink won the first game of his Chelsea stewardship to climb above Villa thanks to Nicolas Anelka's first-half strike.
Manchester United moved five points clear at the top of the Premier League with a convincing 3-0 win over Fulham at Old Trafford.
Portsmouth recorded their first win in 10 games thanks to two goals in five second-half minutes against a poor Manchester City side.
Man United moved back to the top of the table after beating a determined West Ham side thanks to a superb goal from Ryan Giggs.
Arsenal secured a point with a battling 0-0 draw against Tottenham at White Hart Lane, despite playing for almost an hour with ten men.
Fernando Torres struck deep into injury time to send Liverpool back to the top with a dramatic 3-2 comeback victory over Portsmouth.
Sunderland pulled further away from the relegation zone after overcoming ten-men Stoke 2-0 at the Stadium of Light.
Two goals from new boy Jo and one from Mikel Arteta saw Everton comfortably home against a poor Bolton side.
Chelsea lost more ground in the title race as Hull defended heroically to pick up their first away point since December.
Newcastle deservedly secured three valuable points with a 3-2 win over relegation rivals West Brom at the Hawthorns.
Aston Villa moved up to third after a 2-0 win at Ewood Park and consigned Blackburn to their first defeat under Sam Allardyce.
Mido wasted a gilt-edged chance to claim maximum points for Wigan in a drab affair as Fulham continued their search for an away win.
A second-half strike from Craig Bellamy proved enough for City to take the points, although Boro will feel unlucky to have been beaten.
Two late goals from Fernando Torres gave Liverpool a vital win over Chelsea, who had Frank Lampard sent off.
A fierce north east derby ended in a draw after Shola Ameobi's contentious penalty cancelled out Djibril Cisse's first-half opener.
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