Clive Rose

Premier League, Week 32: Spurs draw while Chelsea sneak win

Tottenham Hotspur were held at home by Everton, leaving Chelsea to jump into 3rd place with an incredibly sloppy win over Paolo di Canio's Sunderland.

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A less than hyped Manchester Derby

The Manchester Derby hasn't been this pointless since Mark Hughes was in charge of the Citizens.

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Lapses in judgment sink Rangers

It appears that there will be no great escape for Queens Park Rangers. They dropped two massive points in stoppage time against Wigan.

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Deflections and OGs galore at Stamford Bridge

No one really kicked the ball where they were trying to kick it during the contest between Chelsea and Sunderland, but the hosts got more lucky bounces.

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Spurs, Everton draw 2-2

No Gareth Bale? Problem! Tottenham got out to an early lead against Everton but couldn't manage to get three points against the Toffees and had to come back late to even salvage a draw.

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Liverpool held at Anfield by Hammers

Liverpool's top four hopes suffered a potentially fatal blow as they were held to a goalless draw at home by a West Ham side that they dominated but could not break down.

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Di Canio's Sunderland reign starts at Chelsea

Paolo Di Canio's reign at relegation-threatened Sunderland begins in earnest with a tough trip to Stamford Bridge.

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Injury-hit Spurs face Everton in top four battle

Tottenham will have to get past Everton without Gareth Bale and Aaron Lennon in order to maintain their four point lead over Arsenal, while the Toffees are also looking to keep their top four hopes alive.

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Matty Lowton stuns Stoke

Matthew Lowton helped Aston Villa get out of the bottom three with a goal of the season candidate and an assist against Stoke.

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10-man Arsenal hang on for win at West Brom

Arsenal just clung onto their lead as they found themselves under fierce pressure from West Bromwich Albion following Per Mertesacker's sending off at the Hawthorns.

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Canaries draw Swans in Norwich

Norwich City and Swansea City battled it out to an entertaining 2-2 at Carrow Road, with both sides forced to come from behind to earn a hard-fought point.

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Reading all but doomed after Southampton defeat

Reading suffered a terrible blow to their hopes of Premier League survival as Jay Rodriguez and Adam Lallana gave Southampton a 2-0 win.

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Arsenal's fight for fourth continues at West Brom

Arsenal continue their fight for a Champions League place away at an erratic West Brom.

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Adkins faces former club in Reading must-win

Nigel Adkins faces his former club Southampton for the first time, with his Reading side simply needing a win.

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