Match Reports archives
Second-half goals from Dimitar Berbatov and Wayne Rooney were enough to see off a stubborn Blackburn side at Old Trafford.
Nine-man Liverpool saw their title hopes dented further at Craven Cottage with the Reds slipping to their fifth defeat of the season.
Villa maintained their good recent run with a hard-earned point in a match of few chances that ended with two late red cards.
Sunderland come from two goals down to secure a point against West Ham in an action packed game at the Stadium of Light.
A Graham Alexander brace helps Burnley to a 2-0 win at Turf Moor but referee Mike Jones stole the show for all the wrong reasons.
Chelsea put four past Bolton for the second time this week in an entertaining clash at the Reebok.
Jody Craddock is the hero for Wolves as he scores twice in a dramatic second half to salvage a point for the Wanderers against Stoke.
A hat-trick by Aruna Dindane helped Portsmouth wrap up a vital 4-0 win over Wigan Athletic at Fratton Park.
Robin van Persie scored two as Arsenal took the north London bragging rights in 3-0 win over Tottenham at the Emirates.
Second half goals from Carlton Cole and Alessandro Diamanti's penalty secured ten-man West Ham a point in a 2-2 draw against Arsenal.
Manchester City let a two-goal lead slip at home to Fulham and missed out on the chance to go fourth again the Premier League.
Both sides finished with ten men as Liverpool picked up a huge 2-0 win over their fiercest rivals Manchester United at Anfield.
Bolton secured their first home league win of the season against Everton at the Reebok.
Chelsea return to the top of the Premier League in style after breezing past a lacklustre Blackburn side at Stamford Bridge.
Goals from Liam Ridgewell and James McFadden handed Birmingham a 2-1 win against Sunderland at St Andrews.
A clinical Wigan Athletic put Burnley to the sword despite the home side taking the lead in the opening five minutes.
A late goal from Glenn Whelan saw Stoke take all three points against Spurs side that will still be wondering how they did not score
A scrappy West Midlands derby ended with both sides scoring in the last few minutes of the game at Molineux.
Goals in either half from Bobby Zamora and Diomansy Kamara gave Fulham a deserved three points against Hull at Craven Cottage.
Martin Petrov's second half strike secured ten-man Manchester City a point in a 1-1 draw at Wigan.
Blackburn earned the bragging rights and all three points as they came from behind to beat Burnley 3-2.
A James Beattie brace gave Stoke their first three points since August after overcoming West Ham, who remain second bottom.
A late goal from Diniyar Bilyaletdinov rescued a point for Everton against a battling Wolves side at Goodison Park.
Harry Redknapp gained a win on his return to Portsmouth thanks to first-half goals from King and Defoe, who was later sent off.
Sunderland claimed all three points against an under-par Liverpool courtesy of a bizarre goal from Darren Bent.
Man Utd moved to the top of the table thanks to an own goal from Zat Knight and a great effort from Antonio Valencia.
Arsenal moved into the top four after an easy victory over Birmingham with Andrey Arshavin making sure of the points at the death.
Goals from defenders Richard Dunne and James Collins saw Aston Villa come back from a goal down to beat Chelsea.
Former City defender Richard Dunne gave Villa the lead before Craig Bellamy equalised to ensure the points were shared at Villa Park.
Second half goals from Nicolas Anelka and Florent Malouda handed Chelsea a 2-0 win against Liverpool at Stamford Bridge.
West Ham substitute Junior Stanislas came off the bench to earn a point for his side with a deflected 90th-minute goal.
Robert Huth's first goal for Stoke was cancelled out by a great effort from Leon Osman as the spoils were shared at Goodison Park.
An irresistible Arsenal, led by Cesc Fabregas, carved apart a Blackburn side that led twice in the first half at the Emirates.
Patrice Evra's last gasp equaliser rescued Man. United after Sunderland produced a sterling display to earn a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford.
Portsmouth secured their first points of the season in a entertaining clash with Wolves, thanks to a first-half goal from Hassan Yebda.
Spurs showed great spirit to twice come back from behind to earn a draw against an impressive Bolton in an entertaining game.
Burnley maintained their 100% home record as they registered a fourth home victory of the season after success over Birmingham City.
Hull eased the pressure on boss Phil Brown after collecting their third win of 2009 against an inconsistent Wigan outfit.
Match Reports archives
Clubcall feedback lets you send Clubcall problem reports, feature ideas and general
suggestions or comments.
Please write a brief description: