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Chelsea took advantage of two huge pieces of luck to break Spurs' resistance during an entertaining Premier League fixture.
A late Luke Fielden try earned Newcastle the losing bonus point that could be enough to keep them in the Premiership.
West Bromwich Albion stole all three points in a remarkable fashion after Villa failed to finish the job in a tight game.
Simon Davies' brace after Gael Kakuta had opened the scoring helped Fulham ease to a 3-0 victory at shot-shy Sunderland.
Leighton Baines' penalty for Everton gives the Toffees a share of the spoils at the DW Stadium against a spirited Wigan display.
Martin Olsson's piledriver gave Blackburn Rovers' survival hopes a huge boost as they secured a scrappy 1-0 win at home to Bolton.
A goalless draw at Bloomfield Road keeps Blackpool out of the relegation zone as Kenwyne Jones squanders the game's best chance.
Cardiff Blues' play-off ambitions hang in the balance after the Newport Gwent Dragons recorded a shock 28-15 victory at Rodney Parade.
Clint Dempsey's brace and Brede Hangeland handed Fulham a 3-0 win against Bolton to virtually seal their Premier League safety.
Goals from Kenwyne Jones, Ryan Shawcross and Jermaine Pennant handed Stoke a comfortable 3-0 win against struggling Wolves.
Manchester United have one foot in the Champions League final after a dominating display secured a 2-0 victory over Schalke in Germany.
Edin Dzeko's first Premier League goal kept Manchester City on course for a Champions League place as they won 1-0 at Blackburn.
Arsenal's title hopes look to be over after they were beaten by a last-minute header from Bolton midfielder Tamir Cohen.
Danny Care provided the inspiration as Harlequins secured a comfortable 38-3 bonus-point victory over Leeds Carnegie at Headingly.
Saracens ran out emphatic winners against rivals Gloucester to seal a bonus-point win and secure a home semi-final in the Premiership.
A penalty with the final kick of the match from Munster fly-half Ronan O'Gara provided a blow to the Ospreys' play-off aspirations.
Fernando Torres scores his first Chelsea goal as the title-chasers record a comfortable win over relegation-stricken West Ham.
Tom Biggs claimed a superb hat-trick as Bath romped to a bonus-point victory over Wasps to maintain their slender play-off hopes.
Chris Ashton was on target with a clinical brace as Northampton secured a Premiership play-off berth at the expense of London Irish.
Wolves' hopes of moving out of the bottom three were shattered by an 80th minute equaliser from Fulham super-sub Andy Johnson.
Sunderland hit four in an incident-packed second half to plunge Wigan back into the drop zone and record their first win in 10 games.
Frustation for the Seasiders as they stumble to a draw at Bloomfield Road against a lack-lustre Newcastle United
Simon Cox's wonderstrike nine minutes from time dented Tottenham's top four challenge in a entertaining clash at White Hart Lane.
First half goals from Kenwyne Jones and Darren Bent see a tale of two headers end in a draw at Villa Park.
Maxi Rodriguez scored a hat-trick as Liverpool cruised to a superb 5-0 victory over relegation threatened Birmingham at Anfield.
Leinster virtually assured their place in the Magners League play-offs with a 20-8 victory over Aironi at the Stadio Zaffanella.
Javier Hernandez's late header secured a 1-0 victory over Everton that moves Man Utd nine points clear at the top of the league.
The Scarlets kept themselves in the hunt for a play-off spot with a thrilling 37-29 victory over Glasgow Warriors at Firhill.
Edinburgh continued their recent resurgence with a comfortable 27-15 victory over the Newport Gwent Dragons at Murrayfield.
Newcastle's relegation fears increased after Aviva Premiership leaders Leicester condemned them to a 24-13 defeat at Kingston Park.
Ulster continued their march towards the Magners League play-offs with an unconvincing 27-16 victory over Irish rivals Connacht.
Charlie Hodgson's farewell to Edgeley Park ended in disappointment as Sale Sharks slipped to defeat at the hands of Exeter Chiefs.
Cardiff Blues eased into the Magners League play-offs with a comfortable 29-9 victory over Italian side Benetton Treviso.
Arsenal missed the chance to move within four points of league leaders Manchester United after being held to a 3-3 draw at Tottenham.
Florent Malouda bagged a brace as Chelsea cruised to a 3-1 victory over Birmingham City at the Bridge to keep their title hopes alive.
Gloucester took a big step towards securing a third-placed finish in the Aviva Premiership with a win over play-off rivals Northampton
Manchester United's title charge was held up after they were held to a goalless draw at Newcastle United.
An incredible end to a disappointing game saw Arsenal and Liverpool share the points thanks to two injury-time penalties.
Leeds Carnegie slipped closer to relegation from the Premiership after Wasps racked up a comfortable bonus-point victory at Adams Park.
Leinster extended their winning home run in the regular season of the Magners League to 25 matches after a 34-26 victory over Ulster.
Munster virtually assured a home semi-final place in the Magners League play-offs with a narrow 13-6 victory over the Scarlets.
London Irish turned Sale Sharks' Reebok dream into a nightmare as they eased to a comfortable 34-20 bonus-point victory.
Saracens ruined Exeter's homecoming after they inflicted a fourth straight league defeat on the Chiefs with a comfortable 33-12 victory
Wigan were able to take advantage of some sloppy Blackpool play to drag themselves out of the relegation zone.
Eliota Fuimaono-Sapolu scored an intercept try with the last play of the game to help Gloucester to a thrilling draw at Leicester
Birmingham City secured a crucial 2-0 victory at home to Sunderland to ease five points clear of the relegation zone.
Gabriel Agbonlahor scores a late winner as Aston Villa come from behind to beat West Ham and move into the top half of the table.
Second half goals from Leon Osman and Leighton Baines resign Blackburn Rovers to another defeat at the hands of Everton.
Chelsea strolled to a comfortable victory 3-1 victory over West Brom at the Hawthorns and inflicted Roy Hodgson's first defeat.
Michael Claasens scored the only try of the game as Bath edged out Harlequins at The Rec to maintain their slim play-off hopes.
Benetton Treviso edged past the Glasgow Warriors 19-16 to overtake the Scottish side in the Magners League table.
Chris Ashton powered over for a late try as Northampton condemned relegation-threatened Newcastle to a fourth successive defeat.
Edinburgh overcame Aironi 32-15 at Murrayfield to claim just their second victory in the Magners League since January 2nd.
A try from lock Bradley Davies helped the Cardiff Blues secure a 26-12 win over Connacht in their race to the play-offs.
Newport Gwent Dragons held on to a narrow 32-28 victory to dent the Ospreys chances of a home play-off semi-final at Rodney Parade.
Andy Carroll's brace and Dirk Kuyt secured Liverpool an impressive 3-0 win against Manchester City at Anfield.
A James Collins' header was enough to hand Aston Villa a crucial three points against fellow strugglers Newcastle at Villa Park.
Referee Lee Mason hit the headlines as Arsenal scraped to an edgy 3-1 victory over Blackpool to keep the title race alive.
Blackburn and Birmingham played out a largely uninspiring draw which did little for either side's quest for Premier League survival.
Daniel Sturridge scored twice as Bolton recorded a comfortable win over West Ham to keep up the pace in the top half of the table.
A dramatic last-gasp drop goal from fly-half Adrian Jarvis helped Leeds off the foot of the table with a 30-29 victory at Newcastle.
Chelsea scraped past Wigan at Stamford Bridge to record a narrow victory in a game where chances were few and far between.
Tottenham got their chase for the top four back on track with an enthralling win over Stoke at White Hart Lane.
Paul Scharner's strike for West Bromwich Albion settled a five goal thriller that saw Sunderland's winless streak reach eleven games.
Nani responded to his PFA Player of the Year award snub by having a hand in both goals as Man Utd cruised to a 2-0 victory over Fulham.
England wing Matt Banahan inspired Bath to a comfortable 26-18 over Exeter Chiefs and keep alive their Heineken Cup ambitions.
Goals from Jermaine Beckford, Phil Neville and Diniyar Bilyaletdinov secured Everton a 3-0 win at struggling Wolves.
Charlie Hodgson provided the inspiration as Sale all but secured their Aviva Premiership status with a deserved bonus-point victory.
Manchester City had five different goalscorers at Eastlands to record an impressive 5-0 victory over a lacklustre Sunderland side.
David Strettle touched down as Saracens ground out victory to move closer towards securing second spot in the Aviva Premiership.
Leeds moved to within two points of Newcastle after beating Exeter Chiefs 27-22 to give their survival chances a massive boost.
Winger Tom Homer guided London Irish to a 25-12 victory over London Wasps to enhance their chances of making the Heineken Cup.
Two tries from Aled Brew helped ease the Newport Gwent Dragons to a comfortable 33-10 bonus-point win over Benetton Treviso.
Bobby Zamora marked his first start in six months with two goals as Fulham recorded a comfortable win over visitors Blackpool.
Munster fly-half Ronan O'Gara inspired his side to a 24-23 victory over bitter rivals Leinster, kicking 21 points in a superb display.
Ospreys and the Cardiff Blues had to be content with a share of the spoils as they drew 21-21 at the Liberty Stadium.
Leicester geared up for next weekend's Heineken Cup quarter-final showdown at Leinster by edging a fraught encounter at Harlequins.
Arsenal's title chase faltered as they failed to break down a stubborn Blackburn side, who held on for a goalless draw at the Emirates.
Newcastle slid deeper into the relegation mire after they slumped to a thumping 34-9 defeat at the hands of high-flying Gloucester.
An entertaining game full of twists and turns at the Britannia Stadium ended with Stoke and Chelsea sharing the spoils.
Lacklustre Spurs were lucky to escape with a goalless draw from the DW Stadium as the survived a barrage from basement boys Wigan.
Darren Bent grabbed a brace for Aston Villa, but Leighton Baines' penalty gave Everton a share of the points at Goodison Park
Craig Gardner scored the decisive goal as Birmingham hung on to claim a win over Bolton and move up to 14th in the Premiership.
West Brom eased their relegation concerns by coming from behind to deservedly beat a lethargic Liverpool side 2-1 at The Hawthorns.
Four goals from four different scorers see Newcastle run out comprehensive winners against Wolves at St James' Park.
Winger Chris Ashton was on target as Northampton confirmed their return to form by thumping Sale 53-24 at Franklins Gardens.
A decisive 16 minute period before and after half-time was enough to see Glasgow edge past Aironi 17-16 at the Stadio Luigi Zaffanella.
A hat-trick from Wayne Rooney inspired a four-goal comeback as Manchester United overcame West Ham at the Boleyn Ground.
Connacht moved up to seventh in the Magners League table with a narrow 27-23 bonus-point win over Edinburgh in a thrilling encounter.
Ulster virtually secured their place in the end of season play-offs as they edged fellow contenders the Scarlets 20-18 at Ravenhill.
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