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Rory Clegg's dramatic late penalty saw Harlequins defeat the Exeter Chiefs 11-9 at Sandy Park for their 11th win of the season.
In a dramatic finish, ten-man Wigan came from behind to earn a big draw against Stoke at the Britannia Stadium.
Bolton will enter the new year as the Premier League's bottom club after drawing their first game of the season at home to Wolves.
Scott Sinclair's late strike ensured Swansea took a deserved point after Rafael van der Vaart had opened the scoring for Spurs.
An injury time goal from Simeon Jackson cancelled out an early strike from Orlando Sa, as Norwich and Fulham shared the points.
Aston Villa scored twice in the last seven minutes as they hit back from a goal down to beat Chelsea 3-1 at Stamford Bridge.
A goal on the hour mark from the prolific Robin van Persie gave Arsenal a narrow 1-0 victory at home to Queens Park Rangers.
A brace from Ben Foden and two tries in the first 20 minutes of the second half helped Northampton to victory over Newcastle.
Benetton Treviso triumphed over fellow Italian side Aironi 37-14 to get their league campaign back on track.
Grant Hanley scores a late winner as Blackburn pull off a shock result at Old Trafford to move off the foot of the Premier League.
Llanelli Scarlets overcame fellow Welsh region, the Newport Gwent Dragons, 10-6 at Rodney Parade to claim a crucial four points.
Ulster eased to a surprisingly comfortable 33-17 victory over Irish rivals Munster to keep them in play-off contention.
Gareth Bale's second half brace handed Tottenham a deserved 2-0 win at Norwich on Tuesday evening.
Swansea City and Queens Park Rangers had to share the spoils from a competitive 1-1 draw at the Liberty Stadium.
Saracens imposed Harlequins' first Aviva Premiership defeat of the season as they emerged triumphant 19-11 at Twickenham.
Arsenal fail to break into the top four of the Premiership after a disappointing draw at home to ten-man Wolves.
Leicester Tigers eased to a comfortable 32-13 bonus-point victory over the Worcester Warriors to continue their march up the table.
London Irish overcame the Exeter Chiefs 29-22 to move themselves into third position in the Premiership table.
Two tries in the final ten minutes of the first half from Sean Scanlon and Thomas O'Leary helped Munster to victory over Connacht.
Edinburgh and Glasgow played out a thrilling draw, with Glasgow mounting a dramatic late fightback to share the points.
Three quickfire tries in the final 15 minutes secured a comfortable victory for Leinster against local rivals Ulster.
Everton had Howard Webb to thank after Leighton Baines scored a controversial penalty to rescue a point after Jack Colback's opener.
Liverpool wasted a hatful of chances as they were held to a frustrating 1-1 draw by relegation-threatened Blackburn Rovers at Anfield.
Jonny May and Olly Morgan both scored a brace of tries as Gloucester hit Wasps for six in a 39-10 win at Kingsholm.
Dimitar Berbatov scored a hat-trick as Manchester United strolled to a 5-0 Boxing Day win over ten man Wigan at Old Trafford.
Second half goals from Hatem Ben Arfa and Demba Ba gave Newcastle United a comfortable victory over a lacklustre Bolton side.
Both sides rattled the woodwork as West Bromwich Albion held leaders Manchester City to a goalless draw at the Hawthornes.
Nick Macleod kicked 17 points as Sale heaped more misery on bottom club Newcastle in a 27-19 victory at a packed Edgeley Park.
The Ospreys missed the chance to go top as Rhys Priestland kicked 17 points to fire the Scarlets to victory over their local rivals.
Chelsea were as Fulham deservedly came from behind to take a point at Stamford Bridge thanks to Clint Dempsey's goal.
Northampton Saints managed to overcome a second half fight-back from Bath to defeat the West Country outfit 22-13.
Gavin Henson's Cardiff Blues' debut ended in triumph as his side overcame Newport Gwent Dragons 28-9 at the Cardiff City Stadium.
Luciano Orquera was the hero for Aironi as they produced a surprise 27-13 victory over Treviso in this Italian derby.
Yossi Benayoun's first Arsenal goal secured them a fortunate 2-1 win against ten-man Aston Villa.
Paul Scharner's late winner handed West Brom all three points as they exposed a fragile Newcastle side.
Sergio Aguero bagged a brace as Manchester City strolled to a 3-0 win over Stoke at the Etihad to keep themselves top at Christmas.
Wolves twice came from behind to secure a vital point in a 2-2 draw against Norwich at Molineux.
Manchester City remain at the top of the table after David Silva's second-half goal helped Roberto Mancini's side beat Arsenal 1-0.
Harlequins produced an incredible display to see off four-time European champions Toulouse 31-24 at the Stade Ernest Vallon.
A strike from Roman Pavlyuchenko on the hour mark gave Tottenham Hotspur all three points against Sunderland on Sunday.
An avalanche of points following a tight first half helped Northampton a handsome 45-0 victory over French outfit Castres.
Aston Villa's miserable attacking and defensive performance made it easy for Liverpool to record a crucial 2-0 win away from home.
A second-half try from James Coughlan proved decisive as Munster battled to a 19-13 victory over Scarlets at Thomond Park.
Wayne Rooney scored inside the first minute as Manchester United beat QPR to go top of the Premiership.
Luke Fitzgerald scored two of Leinster's seven tries as they demolished Bath 52-27 in Dublin to cement their place atop pool three.
Jordi Gomez scored a dramatic late equaliser to earn Wigan a deserved point in a 1-1 draw against a subdued Chelsea at the DW Stadium.
Glasgow came from behind in France to share the spoils with Montpellier in a 13-13 draw and keep alive their hopes of qualification.
Gloucester got the better of Connacht in the battle of the bottom two in pool six as they won 23-19 at Kingsholm.
Leon Osman's late equaliser snatches a point for Everton in a tight contest with Norwich at Goodison Park.
Stoke City came from behind to secure a 2-1 victory at Wolves, with Peter Crouch heading home a second-half winner for the Potters.
Swansea City escaped with a share of the points after frustrating a dominant Newcastle United for 90 minutes.
London Irish's hopes of qualifying from pool two suffered a serious setback as they went down 25-19 at home to Racing Metro.
Two goals in as many first-half minutes fired Fulham to a comfortable victory over bottom club Bolton Wanderers at Craven Cottage.
Peter Odemwingie's winner just one minute from time gave West Brom a crucial 2-1 win at Blackburn to heap more pressure on Steve Kean.
Leicester came back from a nine-point half-time deficit to put themselves back in contention in pool four with a hard-fought 23-19 win.
Ulster secured another crucial winning bonus point as they ran in six tries on their way to a commanding 46-20 win over Aironi.
Biarritz fought back from 12-0 down to overcome Italian side Treviso 29-12 and gain revenge for last weekend's defeat.
Saracens ended Ospreys 17-match unbeaten record at home in the Heineken Cup to put themselves in pole position to qualify from Pool 5.
A late Leigh Halfpenny penalty secured a potentially crucial losing-point for the Cardiff Blues despite going down 19-12 to Edinburgh.
Tottenham Hotspur eased to a 4-0 victory at Shamrock Rovers, but it was not enough for them to progress in the Europa League.
Djibi Baye Fall's last-gasp header knocked Fulham out of the Europa League, as Odense battled back for a 2-2 draw at Craven Cottage.
Besiktas came from behind to beat ten-man Stoke City 3-1 as the Turkish side finished top of Europa League Group E.
Frank Lampard's late penalty secured Chelsea a 2-1 win against Manchester City to end their unbeaten start to the season.
Matthew Etherington's first half double proved decisive in a barnstorming game at the Britannia as Stoke held off Spurs to win 2-1.
Leicester Tigers crashed to defeat at the hands of Clermont, who scored two second-half tries to kill the contest.
Martin O'Neill started his Sunderland reign with a win as David Vaughan and Sebastian Larsson scored late on to snatch victory.
A second-half try from Federico Martin Aramburu sealed a narrow victory for Glasgow over French outfit Montpellier.
Johnny Sexton scores all of Leinster's points as they come from behind at to leave Bath's Heineken Cup hopes in the balance
Three tries in a strong second half from the London Irish,gives them victory over Racing to keep them in contention in the Heineken Cup
Munster came from behind to beat a resilient Scarlets side, to put them in pole position in their Heineken Cup pool after three games
A wonder strike from Robin Van Persie was the difference as Arsenal won 1-0 against Everton at the Emirates Stadium.
Wayne Rooney and Nani both score twice as Manchester United finished a disappointing week with a comfortable win over Wolves.
Swansea City continued their fine home form by beating Fulham 2-0 thanks to second-half goals by Scott Sinclair and Danny Graham.
Wigan take away all three points from the Hawthorns and climb off the bottom of the table thanks to a hard fought win over West Brom.
Norwich took full advantage of some sloppy Newcastle defending and a Dan Gosling red card to run out 4-2 winners at Carrow Road.
Luis Suarez scored the only goal of the game as Liverpool ended their run of successive home draws with a 1-0 win over QPR at Anfield.
Aston Villa proved too strong for Bolton as first-half goals from Marc Albrighton and Stilian Petrov secured victory for the visitors.
Gloucester laboured to a tough away win over a spirited Connacht thanks in part to a first-half try from James Simpson-Daniel.
First-half tries from Michele Rizzo, Robert Barbieri and Cornelius van Zyl helped Treviso to an a great victory over Biarritz.
Romain Teulet was flawless with the boot, as Castres kept their Heineken Cup dreams alive, at the expense of a gutsy Northampton side
The four-time Heineken Cup champions brought Harlequins' fourteen match unbeaten run to an abrupt end in a convincing 21-10 win.
Cardiff Blues took control of Heineken Cup Pool Two with a comfortable 25-8 triumph over Edinburgh at the Cardiff City Stadium.
Ulster recorded a comfortable bonus point 31-10 victory against Aironi at Ravenhill to go top of their pool temporarily.
Clint Dempsey's late goal handed Fulham a 1-0 win against ten-man Liverpool at Craven Cottage.
A late penalty from substitute Jason Tovey saw the Newport Gwent Dragons snatch a 14-14 draw from the Glasgow Warriors.
Tries from Matt Hopper, Mike Brown and Luke Wallace gave Harlequins a hard-fought victory over a determined Wasps outfit.
Wolves moved four points clear of the relegation zone after coming from behind to beat fellow strugglers Sunderland 2-1 at Molineux.
Stoke recorded a confidence-boosting win over a lacklustre Everton side away from home at Goodison Park.
15 points from the boot of Owen Farrell gave Saracens victory over London Irish, who crossed for the only try of the game.
A strong start to the second half ensures that the Ospreys beat Munster, with the depleted Welsh side holding on for an important win
Phil Jones scored the only goal as Manchester United recorded a narrow win at Villa Park to stay on the heels of Manchester City.
Arsenal's run of form continues as Robin van Persie inspired a comfortable win to send Wigan bottom of the Premiership.
Yakubu scored all four goals as Blackburn Rovers won 4-2 at home to Swansea City to move off the foot of the Premier League table.
Manchester City thrashed Norwich with Sergio Aguero, Samir Nasri, Yaya Toure, Mario Balotelli and Adam Johnson all finding the net
Goals from Gareth Bale, Aaron Lennon and Jermain Defoe saw Spurs cruise past 10-man Bolton and climb to second place in the table.
Queens Park Rangers are made to rue missed chances as Shane Long snatched a point for the visiting West Bromwich Albion.
Fly-half Ignacio Mieres kicks all of Exeter's points, as they see off rivals Worcester in a hard-hitting encounter at Sandy Park
Sale shocked Bath to claim a hard-fought 16-13 victory and record just their second away win in the Premiership since October 2010.
Leicester recorded their first win of the season at Welford Road by edging Northampton 30-25 in a feisty East Midlands derby.
Didier Drogba, Salomon Kalou and Daniel Strurridge fired Chelsea to a 3-0 win, but it was far from straightforward.
Leinster stormed to the top of the RaboDirect Pro 12 table by thrashing a depleted Cardiff Blues side 52-9 in Dublin.
Newcastle Falcons edged to a narrow 26-25 victory over Gloucester to record just their second Premiership victory of the season.
Treviso overcame the handicap of losing two men to the sin-bin to record their third straight away win in the RaboDirect League.
Edinburgh produced a dominant display to thrash Aironi 50-10 at Murrayfield for their fourth victory in five.
Two tries from outstanding flanker Stephen Ferris helped Ulster to a 24-17 win over Llanelli Scarlets at a wet and windy Ravenhill.
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