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The Scarlets kept their play-off hopes alive with a 22-16 win over Benetton Treviso at the Parc y Scarlets.
Saracens notched up their seventh successive victory to revive Newcastle's relegation worries at Vicarage Road.
A controversial penalty try helped steer Leinster into second place in the Magners League after a narrow 26-16 victory over Dragons.
Chris Ashton and Ben Foden were both on the scoresheet as Northampton ran in five tries to secure a bonus-point win over Wasps.
Edinburgh stunned play-off hopefuls Ospreys with a close fought 23-16 victory.
Ben Youngs and Toby Flood put their poor performances for England in Ireland behind them to inspire Leicester to a thumping victory.
Aironi won their first ever game in Magners League history as they overcame Connacht 25-13 at the Stadio Luigi Zaffanella.
Delon Armitage turned in a man-of-the-match display on his return from suspension as London Irish bounced back from defeat at Leeds.
Harlequins kept their play-off hopes alive with a comprehensive 53-15 victory over Gloucester at Twickenham Stoop.
Munster denied Cardiff Blues the chance of a play-off place by edging them out in 16-15 in a close match at the Cardiff City Stadium.
Five penalties from Charlie Hodgson secured a valuable victory for struggling Sale over basement club Leeds.
Ruan Pienaar's late penalty won the match for Ulster to lift them into second spot in the Magners League.
Chelsea leapfrogged Manchester City into third as two fine goals lit up a largely forgettable Premier League game at Stamford Bridge.
Luis Suarez netted a stunning second after Dirk Kuyt had given Liverpool the lead before John Mensah saw red for Sunderland.
David Moyes celebrated nine years in charge of Everton with a hard fought 2-1 victory over Fulham at Goodison thanks to Louis Saha.
A stoppage-time winner by Maynor Figueroa handed bottom club Wigan three deserved points against relegation rivals Birmingham.
David Hoilett salvaged an injury time point for Rovers after Adam's double looked to have give Blackpool all three points.
Wolves ended a 31-year hoodoo as Matt Jarvis' strike helped them beat Aston Villa for the first time since March 1980.
Two goals in four second-half minutes helped industrious Stoke City cruise to a convincing win against Newcastle.
Arsenal come from two behind to take a point against West Bromwich Albion in a thrilling match at the Hawthornes.
Dimitar Berbatov came off the bench to steal a vital three points for ten man Manchester United as they crept past Bolton 1-0.
Spurs are held on their own soil after a dogged defensive display earnt London rivals West Ham a deserved point.
Northampton ended a six-match losing run in the Aviva Premiership with Stephen Myler claiming 18 points against Leeds Carnegie.
Connacht overcame Aironi in a scrappy game at the Sportsground to record a fifth successive home win.
Jean Beausejour's goal was enough to see Birmingham secure a point against Everton as they held out at Goodison Park.
Tottenham Hotspur advanced to the quarter finals of the Champions League thanks to a goalless draw against AC Milan at White Hart Lane.
Frank Lampard's brace and John Terry ensured Chelsea kept their Premier League title hopes alive with a 3-1 win at Blackpool.
Sub Steven Fletcher netted a late equaliser for Wolves to bag them a vital point at Molineux after a six-goal thriller with Spurs.
Leeds fought back from behind in fine style and improve their chances of avoiding relegation with a 27-19 win over London Irish.
Wasps overcame a spirited Sale side to end their losing streak with a 33-26 victory at Adams Park.
Exeter Chiefs could have ended Northampton Saints' play-off chances with a comfortable 30-9 victory at Sandy park.
A hat-trick from Liverpool striker Dirk Kuyt sealed a resounding win over Manchester United to open up the title race once again.
Munster were too strong for Newport as they maintained their push for a home play-off semi-final place with a 38-17 victory.
Champions Ospreys again showed their Magners League title credentials with a deserved 37-6 victory over Glasgow Warriors.
Ali Al-Habsi's horrible mistake cost Wigan a share of the points from a poor game at Eastlands as Man City limped to a 1-0 victory.
Alex Goode kicked five penalties as Saracens ended Leicester's nine-match Aviva Premiership winning streak.
Fulham picked up all three points at Craven Cottage thanks to a controversial late penalty from striker Bobby Zamora.
Phil Jagielka scored the winner for a spirited Everton side that came from behind to snatch all three points .
Arsenal were left frustrated at the Emirates as Sunderland held on for a 0-0 draw to stop the Gunners closing the gap on Manchester Utd
Demba Ba scored his fourth goal in as many games as West Ham move out of the bottom three with a comfortable win over Stoke.
Aston Villa led twice but were punished for missed chances by a late Bolton comeback which saw Ivan Klasnic net the winning goal.
The boot of Nick Robinson, who kicked 14 points, was crucial as Gloucester overcame West Country rivals Bath at a packed Kingsholm.
Goals from Mulumbu, Morrison and Scharner see West Brom run out comfortable winners over Birmingham at St Andrews.
A second-half masterclass earned Newcastle a surprisingly easy victory over play-off hopefuls Harlequins.
Jonathan Sexton starred, kicking 16 points as Leinster extended their unbeaten home run with a 26-15 win over the Scarlets.
Cardiff Blues edged past a disappointing Edinburgh at Murrayfield to move into a play-off place.
Ulster proved just too strong for Aironi after a tight affair at Ravenhill.
Connacht defeated Treviso 31-25 after a dominant first-half display at the Sportsground.
Frank Lampard's late penalty led Chelsea to a dramatic 2-1 win over table topping ten man Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.
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