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    THE BIG GAME 4 DIS WEEKEND IS MANCHESTER UNITED  VS  CHELSEA.....D MATCH DAT WILL BE D TITLE DESIDER

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    07 May 2011
    16:00 Everton vs Man City
    Goodison Park
    16:00 Bolton vs Sunderland
    Reebok Stadium
    16:00 West Ham vs Blackburn
    Upton Park
    16:00 Aston Villa vs Wigan
    Villa Park
    16:00 Newcastle vs Birmingham
    St James' Park
    18:30 Tottenham vs Blackpool
    White Hart Lane
    08 May 2011
    13:00 Wolverhampton vs West
    Brom
    Molineux Stadium
    15:05 Stoke vs Arsenal
    Britannia Stadium
    17:10 Man Utd vs Chelsea
    Old Trafford

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    team news to follow

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    Rooney, Evra set for Chelsea
    clash
    05 May 2011 13:59:55
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    Manchester United manager Sir
    Alex Ferguson is confident both
    Wayne Rooney and Patrice Evra
    will be fit for the crunch match
    with Premier League title rivals
    Chelsea at Old Trafford on
    Sunday.
    England striker Rooney missed
    training on Tuesday with a
    hamstring problem and was not
    even on the bench for
    Wednesday's 4-1 Champions
    League semifinal win against
    Schalke, which gave United a 6-1
    aggregate success after a 2-0
    first leg win in Germany.
    Evra came on as a second half
    substitute on Wednesday but
    suffered a blow that at one stage
    looked as if the defender himself
    would need to be replaced.
    "Patrice got a kick," Ferguson
    told MUTV, the club's in-house
    television station, on Thursday. "I
    was ready to substitute him but
    he said he was OK."
    As for Rooney's absence,
    Ferguson added: "Wayne will be
    all right. I wasn't prepared to
    take a risk."
    Premier League leaders United
    are currently three points ahead
    of Chelsea, with both clubs still
    having three games of the
    domestic season left to play.
    United will face a star-studded
    Barcelona, who beat fierce
    Spanish rivals Real Madrid in their
    semi-final, in the Champions
    League final at London's
    Wembley Stadium on May 28.
    The match is a repeat of the
    2009 final, which Barcelona won
    2-0 in Rome, and victory for
    either side at Wembley would
    give them a fourth European Cup
    triumph -- level with Germany's
    Bayern Munich and Dutch club
    Ajax but still well short of Real's
    record nine titles.
    Barcelona, boasting players of
    the calibre of Lionel Messi,
    Andres Iniesta and Xavi, have
    been widely acclaimed as the
    best side in Europe.
    "Everyone is saying we are
    playing a fantastic team, which
    we are," Ferguson said.
    "But you can't write us off. You
    can never write Manchester
    United off."

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    United, Chelsea prepare for title
    duel
    06 May 2011 07:27:55
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    Chelsea will be one win away
    from completing the most
    remarkable comeback in Premier
    League history when they face
    Manchester United in a high-
    stakes title decider at Old
    Trafford on Sunday.
    A wildly erratic campaign which
    included the club's worst run of
    league form in more than a
    decade looked to have
    scuppered Chelsea's chances of
    defending their title as recently
    as March 1, when they trailed
    United by 15 points.
    But with relentless efficiency, and
    a dollop of good fortune, Chelsea
    have stitched together a
    remarkable run of results that
    has seen them take 25 points out
    of a possible 27 from their last
    nine matches.
    United -- who this week clinched
    their place in the final of the
    Champions League with victory
    over Schalke 04 -- have by
    contrast suffered an attack of
    nerves during the title run-in.
    A goal-less draw at Newcastle
    was followed by a scratchy 1-0
    win over Everton before a
    lacklustre 1-0 loss to Arsenal last
    week, a result that Sir Alex
    Ferguson blamed on "emotional
    tiredness" after a midweek
    match in Europe.
    Defeat at the Emirates has left
    United just three points ahead of
    Chelsea with an identical goal
    difference. If Chelsea win on
    Sunday, they will top the table on
    goal difference with two
    matches to play.
    A win for United however will
    open up what should be an
    unassailable six-point lead, with
    Ferguson's team facing
    straightforward fixtures against
    relegation-threatened Blackburn
    and Blackpool in their remaining
    games.
    Despite their faltering league
    form, Ferguson is buoyed by the
    fact that his team were able to
    romp into the Champions League
    final in midweek with a 4-1
    victory over Schalke with what
    was effectively a second string XI.
    That means that United's
    frontline players such as Wayne
    Rooney, Javier Hernandez, Ryan
    Giggs, Nemanja Vidic and Rio
    Ferdinand will be fresh and
    raring to go against Chelsea.
    Giggs said United were
    unflustered by the possibility of
    allowing Chelsea into the title
    race after having held such a
    commanding lead in early March.
    "We have not thought about
    losing a big lead," said Giggs. "We
    have had some tough games
    where we have dropped points.
    "Newcastle away. Arsenal away.
    In the Newcastle game we played
    well. There is probably only
    Arsenal in the last couple of
    months where we have not
    turned up.
    "Generally our form is good. We
    are confident we can beat any
    team at Old Trafford."
    Giggs also believes United will
    receive a confidence boost after
    reaching a third Champions
    League final in four years this
    week.
    "Of course reaching the
    Champions League final will give
    us a boost," said Giggs.
    "Hopefully that will help us.
    "Like any game we will go out to
    win it. It will be tough because
    Chelsea are flying at the moment
    but, at home, we are confident of
    getting that win."
    Chelsea midfielder Michael Essien
    meanwhile underscored the
    club's determination to edge
    clear of United.
    "We have hit a good run of form
    lately and have managed to haul
    ourselves back into the title race,"
    he said on Chelsea's website.
    "We have to beat Manchester
    United at Old Trafford this
    weekend to ensure we are in the
    driving seat and I can assure you
    we are up for it. The team is
    playing well and I have no doubt
    we will give it everything ..."
    Elsewhere this weekend,
    Manchester City can take an iron
    grip on the fourth Champions
    League qualifying spot with
    victory at Everton.
    Tottenham, who slipped to sixth
    after last week's controversial
    defeat at Chelsea, must beat
    Blackpool at home to revive their
    faint hopes of overhauling
    Roberto Mancini's side.
    At the other end of the table
    bottom club West Ham face a
    crucial basement battle with
    Blackburn at Upton Park where
    only three points will do as they
    bid to avoid the drop.

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    Manchester United v Chelsea
    Old Trafford
    Kick-off: 16.10 BST
    TV: Live Sky Sports 1 and
    highlights, BBC Two Match of the
    Day2.
    Manchester United (Possible,
    4-4-2): Van der Sar; Fabio,
    Ferdinand, Vidic, Evra; Nani,
    Anderson, Scholes, Park; Rooney,
    Hernandez.
    Chelsea (Possible, 4-4-2): Cech;
    Ivanovic, David Luiz, Terry, Cole;
    Essien, Mikel, Lampard, Malouda;
    Drogba, Torres.
    Referee: Howard Webb.
    Matches: 26. R2 Y82.
    Tale of the game
    This is the game of the season so
    far.
    United remain at the top of the
    Premier League but following
    their 1-0 defeat at Arsenal they
    are just three points clear.
    On Wednesday they qualified for
    their fourth Champions League
    final and can make it another
    memorable double if they
    maintain control at the top of the
    Premier League.
    However, if Chelsea win at Old
    Trafford they will move to the top
    on goal difference – currently
    both teams have +38 – for the
    first time since November.
    In 37 Premier League games
    between these great rivals,
    United have won 10 while
    Chelsea have won 13 with 14
    drawn.
    At Old Trafford in the
    competition, Chelsea have won
    five and drawn seven of 18 visits.
    Last season Chelsea, defending
    their Premier League title, won
    2-1 at Old Trafford. Joe Cole and
    Didier Drogba gave Chelsea a 2-0
    lead before Federico Macheda
    netted a consolation goal for
    United.
    When the teams met at Stamford
    Bridge in March Chelsea won 2-1
    to keep, what appeared at the
    time, faint title hopes still alive. It
    may prove to be a most valuable
    win.
    Wayne Rooney gave United a
    deserved interval advantage but
    Chelsea staged a stirring
    fightback with David Luiz
    equalised before Frank
    Lampard ’s disputed penalty
    secured three priceless points
    after Chelsea substitute Yuri
    Zhirkov clashed with Chris
    Smalling.
    To make matters worse for
    United, Nemanja Vidic was sent
    off in stoppage time after
    receiving a second yellow card
    for a foul on Ramires.
    This is the fifth meeting between
    the sides; in addition to the
    league game, they began the
    season with the Community
    Shield at Wembley with United
    winning 3-1.
    And in the recent Champions
    League clashes, United won 1-0
    at Stamford Bridge and 2-1 at Old
    Trafford.
    United have two of their last
    three at Old Trafford where they
    are unbeaten, have dropped just
    two points and have conceded
    just nine goals.
    United miss Darren Fletcher,
    Owen Hargreaves and Anders
    Lindegaard. But Paul Scholes is
    available after completing a
    three-match domestic
    suspension.
    This season: Chelsea 2 United 1.
    Last season: Chelsea 1 United 0,
    United 1 Chelsea 2.
    Stat of the game: Chelsea are
    the last team to win a League
    game at Old Trafford, 13 months
    ago, when Didier Drogba got the
    winner. Since then, United have
    won 18 games and drawn one.

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    Sunday, May 8
    Stoke City v Arsenal
    Britannia Stadium
    Kick-off: 14.05 BST
    TV: Live Sky Sports 1 and
    highlights, BBC Two Match of the
    Day 2.
    Stoke (Possible, 4-4-2): Begovic;
    Wilkinson, Huth, Shawcross,
    Wilson; Pennant, Whelan, Delap,
    Whitehead; Walters, Jones.
    Arsenal (Possible, 4-2-3-1):
    Szczesny; Sagna, Djourou,
    Koscielny, Clichy; Song, Ramsey;
    Wilshere, Fabregas, Nasri; Van
    Persie.
    Referee: Mark Halsey. Matches:
    19. R1 Y36.
    Tale of the game
    When these teams met in
    February Sebastien Squillaci was
    the unlikely hero as Arsenal beat
    Stoke to move to within one
    point of Manchester United at the
    top of the Premier League table.
    Sunday’s 1-0 win over
    Manchester United means that
    Arsenal can still, mathematically,
    win the title.
    That remains only a slim hope
    after the Gunners ended a run of
    three games – and two points –
    without a victory.
    Arsenal have lost six games yet
    only Manchester United (4) have
    lost fewer in this most
    unpredictable of season.
    They have the best away record
    in the Premier League with 30
    points and 36 goals.
    Arsenal need two goals two
    equal their record number of
    away goals in the Premier
    League and three to beat the 38
    they netted on the road during
    the 2002-03 season.
    When the teams met last season
    at the Britannia Stadium Arsenal
    won 3-1 – wending a sequence
    of four successive losses at Stoke.
    But it was memorable for the
    injury sustained by Aaron
    Ramsey in a challenge with Ryan
    Shawcross.
    Shawcross was sent off for the
    challenge which saw Ramsey
    suffer a serious double leg break
    in the game, in February 2011,
    and the Welshman did not return
    feature in a first-team game for
    Gunners until March.
    Now, though, he is back to his
    best and scored the winner
    against United.
    Arsenal test captain Cesc
    Fabregas, who missed the win
    over United with a thigh strain.
    Arsène Wenger tests Samir Nasri,
    who damaged a thigh muscle
    against United.
    Thomas Vermaelen has an
    outside chance of returning but
    Abou Diaby, Lukasz Fabianski and
    Abou Diaby are all missing.
    Stoke miss Matthew Etherington,
    Ricardo Fuller, Danny
    Higginbotham, and Mamady
    Sidibé.
    This season: Arsenal 1 Stoke 0.
    Last season: Arsenal 2 Stoke 0,
    Stoke 1 Arsenal 3.
    Stat of the game: Arsenal have
    won their last four Premier
    League games against Stoke.

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    Saturday, May 7
    Tottenham Hotspur v Blackpool
    White Hart Lane
    Kick-off: 17.30 BST
    TV: Live ESPN and highlights, BBC
    One Match of the Day.
    Tottenham (Possible, 4-4-1-1):
    Gomes; Kaboul, Dawson, Gallas,
    Corluka; Lennon, Modric, Sandro,
    Bale; van der Vaart;
    Pavlyuchenko.
    Blackpool (Possible, 4-3-3): Gilks;
    Eardley, Evatt, Baptiste, Crainey;
    Southern, Vaughan, Adam;
    Phillips, Taylor-Fletcher, Campbell.
    Referee: Lee Probert. Matches:
    23. R5 Y57.
    Tale of the game
    Spurs reached the last eight of
    the Champions League, beating
    Inter Milan, Werder Bremen and
    AC Milan on the way.
    But they are in danger of failing
    to reach Europe next season
    after slipping into sixth place in
    the Premier League following the
    2-1 defeat at Chelsea.
    That was their first defeat in
    seven, since they were beaten
    3-1 at Blackpool in February.
    But since that reverse at
    Bloomfield Road, Spurs have
    taken eight points from a
    possible 21.
    Blackpool are just outside the
    relegation zone, level on points
    with 18th-placed Wigan.
    They have the worst record at
    home, with just 17 points. But
    away from home they have 18
    points, the eighth best return in
    the Premier League.
    Spurs have lost just one home
    game all season; only Manchester
    United have fewer home losses.
    Spurs could be without Tom
    Huddlestone and Benoît Assou-
    Ekotto again while Niko Kranjcar,
    Alan Hutton, Ledley King,
    Jonathan Woodgate and Wilson
    Palacios are all out.
    Blackpool have gone eight games
    without a win and are still
    missing David Carney and Chris
    Basham.
    This season: Blackpool 3 Spurs 1.
    Last season: N/A.

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    Saturday, May 7
    Everton v Manchester City
    Goodison Park
    Kick-off: 15.00 GMT
    TV: Highlights, BBC One Match of
    the Day.
    Everton (Possible, 4-4-1-1):
    Howard; Hibbert, Jagielka, Distin,
    Baines; Osman, Neville, Rodwell,
    Arteta; Cahill; Anichebe.
    Man City (Possible, 4-2-3-1): Hart;
    Zabaleta, Kompany, Lescott,
    Kolarov; De Jong, Barry; A
    Johnson, Toure Yay, Silva;
    Balotelli.
    Referee: Phil Dowd. Matches: 28.
    R9 Y102.
    Tale of the game
    This season: City 1 Everton 2.
    Last season: Everton 2 City 0, City
    0 Everton 2.
    Manchester City arrive at
    Goodison Park looking for a third
    straight Premier League victory
    for the first time since New
    Year ’s Day.
    The 2-1 home win over West
    Ham on Sunday keeps them in
    the coveted fourth spot, seven
    points clear of fifth-placed
    Liverpool with a game in hand.
    Everton have gone two games
    without a win; a third without
    three points would represent
    their longest spell since February.
    And they have a good home
    record against City in the Premier
    League with seven wins and four
    draws from 13 games at
    Goodison Park.
    City last won there in April 2009
    – and that was their first win at
    Goodison since October 1992.
    Everton have gone nine games
    without defeat at Goodison Park
    but they have won just seven
    games there all season.
    If they failed to win against City
    or in their final home game,
    against Chelsea, it will represent
    their fewest home wins since the
    2000-01 campaign when they
    won only six of 19 at Goodison
    Park.
    When these teams met in
    December, Tim Cahill and
    Leighton Baines put Everton 2-0
    up by half-time but Everton ’s
    Victor Anichebe was sent off on
    the hour.
    City pulled one back when Yaya
    Toure ’s shot deflected in off Phil
    Jagielka, but City’s Kolo Toure
    was red carded late on.
    Everton remain without Johnny
    Heitinga, Marouane Fellaini, Jose
    Baxter, Ross Barkley and Louis
    Saha.
    City still miss Carlos Tévez, Micah
    Richards, Shay Given and Jerome
    Boateng while Kolo Toure
    remains on a club ban.
    Stat of the game: Everton have
    won six of their last seven
    Premier League games against
    Manchester City.

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    Fulham v Liverpool
    Barclays Premier League
    Venue: Craven Cottage Date:
    Monday, 9 May Kick-off: 2000 BST
    Coverage: Watch live on Sky
    Sports 1; listen on BBC Radio 5
    live and BBC Radio Merseyside;
    text commentary on BBC Sport
    website and mobiles
    TEAM NEWS
    Fulham winger Damien Duff has
    been ruled out for six weeks
    after undergoing Achilles
    surgery and will miss the rest of
    the season.
    But top scorer Clint Dempsey is
    expected to return from a
    hamstring strain, while defender
    Brede Hangeland is available
    after illness.
    Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish has
    reported no fresh injury
    concerns.
    He may be tempted to reinstate
    Andy Carroll to the starting XI
    following his recovery from a
    knee injury.
    Fulham
    Doubtful: Dempsey (hamstring)
    Injured: Duff (Achilles), Gera
    (ankle), Halliche (unspecified)
    Liverpool
    Doubtful: Aurelio (hamstring),
    Jovanovic (knee)
    Injured: Agger (knee), Kelly
    (hamstring), Gerrard (groin)
    MATCH PREVIEW
    With the future of Kenny Dalglish
    still unclear, Liverpool's players
    head to Craven Cottage hoping to
    strengthen the caretaker boss's
    claim on the job by tightening
    the Reds' grip on a place in next
    season's Europa League.
    All that matters is that we keep
    on winning games and going up
    the table. The Europa League is
    our objective
    Liverpool striker Luis Suarez
    Newspaper reports this week
    claimed Dalglish's wish for the
    final say on all transfers is
    thought to be delaying his being
    named manager on a permanent
    basis, but the prospect of the
    Scot being allowed to walk away
    from Anfield would surely be
    unthinkable if he can secure the
    club's involvement in continental
    competition next season.
    To do that Dalglish's team need
    to win their battle with
    Tottenham Hotspur for fifth place
    in the Premier League, with next
    weekend's visit of Spurs to
    Anfield likely to prove decisive.
    Fulham have enjoyed their own
    renaissance since the turn of the
    year, thanks largely to a
    formidable home record that has
    produced six wins and a draw.
    Victory here would equal a club
    record four consecutive Premier
    League home wins, last set from
    January to February 2006.

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    tanx.LIVESCORES TO COME 4 2DAY GAMES

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    DONT MISS D PREMIER LEAGUE MATCHS TODAY I WILL BE ONLINE TO GIVE U UPDATES..D FIRST MATCH WILL START BY 3.00PM DONT MISS OUT

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    EVERTON - MANCHESTER CITY
    Everton
    0 - 1
    Manchester City
    (1/2 Time)
    28': Y.Touré
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    Football
    45+1 - Half-time and City lead
    through Toure's goal.
    Football
    45+1 - One minute added time
    being played.
    Football
    45' - Neville is harshly booked
    after a clash with Kolarov.
    Football
    44' - Kolarov goes down in a
    heap after Toure's super
    backheel played him clean
    through! Excellent tackle from
    Jagielka the replay confirms.
    Football
    43' - RODWELL HEADS WIDE!
    Superb cross from Hibbert on the
    right and an excellent leap, but
    he puts the header just past the
    top right!
    Football
    42' - Lescott is penalised for a
    foul on Anichebe. The free-kick is
    cleared though, throw on the
    right.
    Football
    41' - Great low ball by Silva from
    the left and Tour tries to slid into
    a finish but it spins off the side
    of his foot and well wide,
    Jagielka putting him off.
    Football
    40' - Hibbert is forced to put
    behind for a corner under
    pressure from Silva.
    Football
    39' - De Jong gives away a free-
    kick on Neville. Getting a bit
    scrappy now.
    Football
    38' - Dzeko is left in a heap by
    Anichebe but no foul says the ref
    and the Everton striker helps the
    grinning Bosnian up.
    Football
    36' - Osman is down after a
    challenge with Kolarov and then
    De Jong. Didn't look like he was
    caught, an awkward twist on his
    ankle it seems.
    Football
    35' - Almost a great move as
    Kolarov puts in a low ball but
    hoofed away from Dzeko as he
    was set to finish.
    Football
    34' - Hart puts it long and, after
    some pinball, it drops to Dzeko
    but his shot is blocked by
    Jagielka.
    Football
    33' - Clever back header from
    Lescott this time back to the
    keeper Hart.
    Football
    32' - City are in their stride now,
    knocking it about crisply and first
    to the tackle too.
    Football
    31' - Everton fail to clear
    Kolarov's corner, the Serb gets it
    back on the left and feeds Dzeko
    and it opens up for him but he
    fires straight at Howard.
    Football
    30' - Dzeko holds it up for
    Kolarov, who wins a corner off
    Osman. City in charge now.
    Football
    29' - It matters not as Toure bags
    a beauty! Lovely skill by Silva on
    the right to flick the ball up, kill it
    dead and slide Toure in, and a
    rasping finish across Howard
    and into the top left.
    Football
    28' - City should have scored
    again there as Milner found
    himself in acres of space on the
    right and - with Silva and Dzeko
    to aim at - he got his cut-back all
    wrong.
    Football
    28' - Anichebe is furious after he
    goes shoulder to shoulder with
    Lescott, he thinks he was fouled
    but really that was nothing.
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    NEWCASTLE UNITED -
    BIRMINGHAM CITY
    Newcastle United
    2 - 1
    Birmingham City
    43': S.Taylor 36': S.Ameobi
    (1/2 Time)
    45': L.Bowyer
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    Football
    45+2' - HALF-TIME: A game that
    was lifeless for 35 minutes
    exploded into action at the end
    of the first half. Birmingham kept
    themselves alive with Bowyer's
    goal, but it's a long way back for
    the Blues who lost Liam
    Ridgewell after his red for
    handball. Suddenly though we
    have a very interesting game, so
    stick with us for the second half
    in 15 minutes.
    Football
    45+1' - Two extra minutes to be
    played.
    Football
    45' - GOAL FOR BOWYER! Where
    did that come from? A lifeline for
    the Blues after a huge error from
    Coloccini whose missed header
    let Beausejour in - the Chilean
    should have scored himself once
    he had got past Krul, but Bowyer
    was on hand to drill past the
    despairing defenders.
    Football
    43' - GOAL FOR NEWCASTLE!
    Taylor scores from the corner -
    he leaps well, aims at the far post
    out of Foster's reach, and
    although Larsson is waiting on
    the line to keep it out he cannot
    prevent it from rolling in. It's
    looking very bad indeed for the
    visitors.
    Football
    42' - FOSTER! MAGNIFICENT!
    Nolan, completely unmarked,
    wallops a shot at full speed at
    goal - and somehow Foster tips it
    over for a corner.
    Football
    41' - Ameobi’s penalty was the
    100th awarded in the division
    this season (and 77th scored).
    Last season there were 111
    penalties awarded in total in the
    Premier League (86 scored).
    (Infostrada)
    Football
    40' - GUTIERREZ CLOSE! Great turn
    to open a little space, then the
    Argentine tries to place a shot
    into the far corner through a
    melee of defenders - just past the
    far post.
    Football
    39' - GREAT SAVE FROM FOSTER!
    Nolan's backheeled assist let in
    Lovenkrands and his shot at the
    near post is tipped away one-
    handed by the England stopper!
    He's keeping his side in the game
    as Newcastle threaten to take the
    game away
    Football
    38' - Shola Ameobi scored his
    second Premier League penalty
    of the season. The club have
    netted all five Premier League
    penalties this season– all at St
    James' Park. (Infostrada)
    Football
    37' - After 35 very flat minutes at
    St James' Park, enough incident
    to fill a match in the space of 90
    seconds. And it looks like a very
    long way back for Birmingham.
    Football
    36' - GOAL! Ameobi takes a good
    one, low to the left. Foster
    guesses right, but it's still too
    well-placed for him to do
    anything about it.
    Football
    35' - Ameobi with the penalty
    kick...
    Football
    34' - Well, I say 'somehow' - I
    mean somehow illegally. Chris
    Foy has spotted Ridgewell use
    his arm to clear it away - perhaps
    twice. He's off, and Newcastle
    have a penalty!
    Football
    34' - CARNAGE! Ameobi has a
    header saved off the line from
    the Barton corner, then
    Coloccini's shot is deflected on to
    the post - it comes back to
    Coloccini who floats a header up,
    and somehow it's cleared away.
    Football
    32' - Johnson wags his finger at
    the assistant referee to suggest
    he had not given a corner away.
    He had. He doesn't get away with
    it.
    Football
    31' - Newcastle pressing a bit
    harder now, sensing they might
    be able to take charge. Tiote and
    Ameobi in particular harrying
    really well.
    Football
    30' - Good flicked header from
    Ameobi into space for Nolan. The
    Magpies skipper cannot get his
    delivery back into play - and
    replays show that's because his
    cross took a deflection off the
    boot of his marker. No corner
    though.
    Football
    29' - Newcastle fans would like a
    penalty as Ameobi tumbles to the
    ground chasing a high cross, but
    the referee is not remotely
    interested. Foster gathers the
    ball.
    Football
    28' - The game drifting at the
    moment. Neither side really
    taking control, and you suspect
    that the visitors are quite happy
    to defend deep and strike on the
    break.
    Football
    27' - Beausejour keeps the ball in
    play skilfully down the wing here,
    but Bowyer cannot match that
    when the ball comes his way,
    and passes backwards to blunt
    the Birmingham attack

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    ASTON VILLA - WIGAN ATHLETIC
    Aston Villa
    1 - 1
    Wigan Athletic
    17': A.Young
    (1/2 Time)
    10': C.N'Zogbia
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    Football
    45' - Cleverley smashes a shot off
    the elbow of Kyle Walker before
    Figueroa's shot is scrambled over
    the bar. No penalty or no goal for
    Wigan. We ended the first period
    locked at 1-1.
    Football
    44' - Two minutes to be added to
    the half.
    Football
    43' - Collins makes an excellent
    tackle to halt N'Zogbia as he
    charged down the middle. Wigan
    finishing the half well.
    Football
    42' - Superb litte run by N'Zogbia.
    Looked like that was going to be
    a second goal, but he screws the
    shot wide of goal. Lovely piece of
    play.
    Football
    41' - You would have to think
    Wigan would be happy enough
    to get to half-time at 0-0. Looks
    like they are going to realise
    those ambitions. Moses on the
    ball as he passes the ball to
    McCarthy.
    Football
    40' - Petrov has a go at goal from
    25 yards. Didn't really get any
    pace on the shot as Al Habsi
    makes a comfortable save.
    Football
    39' - Has been a pretty entertaing
    first period with Villa recovering
    after the loss of that early goal.
    Cleverley thought he was caught
    by Collins, but no free-kick.
    Football
    38' - Good decision by the
    referee to not to award a penalty
    a few moments ago. McCarthy
    did not catch the home winger
    Young. There was no contact.
    Bent back on his feet.
    Football
    37' - Bent down and in need of a
    bit of treatment after a tackle by
    Figueroa. Think he stamped on
    Bent's foot.
    Football
    36' - Young tumbles in the
    visiting box under pressure, but
    the referee says no penalty. He
    didn't appeal. Would be
    interesting to see that one again.
    Football
    35' - Heskey really running the
    risk of a red card here as he
    continues to mouth off at the
    referee.
    Football
    34' - Collins has given Rodallega a
    nudge in the back and Wigan
    have a free-kick. Referee
    speaking to Heskey.
    Football
    33' - It was a foul by Alcaraz on
    Heskey. Heskey definitely barged
    the whistler. The referee has
    done him a favour in that
    incident. On we go anyway with
    Heskey having calmed down a bit
    hopefully..
    Football
    32' - Heskey is going to get a
    booking here. He seemed to
    bump into the referee. The
    striker has lost the plot here.
    Complaining about being fouled.
    Football
    31' - Young drills it in, but the ball
    skips off the surface once before
    landing in the hands of Al Habsi.
    Easy enough take for the keeper.
    Football
    30' - Caldwell takes out Bent.
    Clear block. Lucky to avoid a
    booking, but Villa have another
    free-kick chance with Young and
    Petrov over this one.
    Football
    29' - Watson takes his time to
    take the corner kick. Slips the ball
    in, but Villa manage to scramble
    the ball clear in a packed area.
    Football
    28' - Dunne smacks an awful
    passback towards Friedel, but
    the balls skips off the surface and
    beyond the Villa keeper for a
    corner. No need to concede that
    one.
    Football
    27' - Wigan with plenty of bodies
    behind the ball. McCarthy and
    Watson doing a fine job
    shielding their defence. Plenty of
    energy.
    Football
    26' - Bent's control lets him
    down as Caldwell picks up before
    Reo-Coker wins the ball from
    McCarthy. Both teams hellbent on
    making challenges

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    BOLTON WANDERERS -
    SUNDERLAND
    Bolton Wanderers
    0 - 1
    Sunderland
    (1/2 Time)
    45': B.Zenden
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    Football
    46' - And we're underway again!
    Football
    46' - Sub for Bolton at the break.
    Muamba is off and Ricardo
    Garnder is on.
    Football
    45'+1 - And there's the half time
    whistle! What a time for the
    visitors to score! They have the
    edge at the break!
    Football
    45'+1 - And Sunderland on the
    counter! Great through ball by
    Sessegnon to ZENDEN!! Dummies
    Jaaskelainen and the Dutchman
    slots home to give Sunderland
    the lead!! GOAL SUNDERLAND!!
    Bolton 0 Sunderland 1!!
    Football
    45' - There'll be a minute of
    added time as Bolton appeal for
    handball in the box. Nothing
    doing says the ref.
    Football
    45' - TAYLOR!! Strikes it from
    outside the box, Mignolet spills it
    but Ferdinand is there to deny
    Sturridge as the Chelsea loanee
    raced in!
    Football
    44' - Zenden is looking frustrated
    for Sunderland wondering why
    he didn't receive a pass.
    Meanwhile, Elmohamady
    thunders the ball into the crowd.
    Football
    43' - Now it's knocked forward
    and that's a waste. Straight out
    of play for a Sunderland throw
    deep in the Black Cats' half.
    Football
    42' - Lee for Bolton now. Wins
    the throw, but Bolton again go
    backwards.
    Football
    41' - Sessegnon can bring it
    away for Sunderland. Zenden's
    shot is blocked. Elmander with a
    superb ball looking for Sturridge!
    That's good defending by
    Onuoha. Read it well.
    Football
    39' - In it comes, Mignolet
    punches clear, played out to
    Sturridge, tries to curl one!!
    Takes a deflection of Bardsley
    and hits the bar with Mignolet
    stranded!! So close!!
    Football
    39' - Long ball comes over. Cahill
    with a great touch, eventually
    finds Lee and that'll be another
    Bolton corner.
    Football
    38' - Bolton throw deep in the
    Wearsiders' territory and they
    win a corner!
    Football
    37' - Mignolet plays it out to
    Mensah. Colback and Zenden link
    up. Good possession by the
    patched-up Black Cats. No finesse
    from Bolton as the ball is lashed
    forward!
    Football
    36' - Sturridge again on the ball.
    Lee howls for it, doesn't get it as
    Sturridge messes that one up.
    Football
    35' - Stop-start period of play at
    the moment. Sturridge tries a
    snapshot but scuffs it and that'll
    finish well wide of Mignolet's
    post.
    Football
    33' - Shot there of David Milliband
    in the crowd. Davies gestures,
    not to the MP, but in annoyance
    at Anton Ferdinand's challenge.
    Football
    32' - Cahill knocks the ball back to
    his keeper. Played out to Knight.
    It finds its way back to
    Jaaskelainen. And again! Boos
    ring out around the Reebok.
    Perhaps the beach IS in some
    players' thoughts!
    Football
    31' - Bruce urges his players
    forward again. He's kicking every
    ball down there!
    Football
    30' - So, much more for the fans
    to enjoy in the last few minutes
    as Henderson gets caught
    offside. Tight decision.

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    WEST HAM UNITED - BLACKBURN
    ROVERS
    West Ham United
    0 - 1
    Blackburn Rovers
    (2nd Half)
    12': J.Roberts
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    Football
    46' - The second half is
    underway, and West Ham have a
    serious amount of work to do
    after the break.
    Football
    45+2' - The half-time whistle
    goes at Upton Park, and
    Blackburn hold a slender 1-0 lead
    courtesy of Jason Roberts's 12th
    minute strike! Can West Ham
    respond? They need to show
    considerably more urgency in the
    second half...
    Football
    45+1' - Da Costa rushes on to
    crash a low shot into the
    Blackburn wall, and West Ham
    have a corner following the free
    kick.
    Football
    45' - Two minutes will be added
    at the end of this first half, and
    West Ham have a dangerous free
    kick....
    Football
    43' - Robinson makes his first
    save of the match! Ba battles
    tirelessly to hold the ball up
    before feeding the onrushing
    Sears with a lay off, and the
    Blackburn keeper is forced to
    save down low to his left.
    Football
    42' - Pedersen is bundled over by
    Costa in the West Ham half, and
    that was poor defending.
    Football
    41' - Emerton shows real skill
    and class in turning Ba and
    clearing upfield with composure.
    Football
    40' - Diouf flies down the right in
    powerful fashion, and he beats
    Bridge with ease before
    Gabbidon clears.
    Football
    39' - Avram Grant looks
    increasingly frustrated on the
    touchline as he watches his side
    lose possession yet again.
    Football
    38' - Boa Morte is given a stern
    warning from referee Walton
    after protesting, but Da Costa is
    punished with a yellow card.
    Football
    37' - N'Zonzi skips past Bridge
    and Spector all too easily, but he
    drags his shot wide.
    Football
    36' - Jones and Hitzlsperger both
    go down now after a clash on
    halfway, and this is very scrappy
    indeed!
    Football
    35' - The jeers ring out as Carlton
    Cole lacks any conviction in losing
    out to Jones and conceding a
    goal kick.
    Football
    34' - Diouf tracks another
    attacking run by Bridge before
    making a fine challenge.
    Football
    33' - Ba skips inside two
    challenges before dinking a
    delivery into the box, and Spector
    heads tamely straight at
    Robinson.
    Football
    32' - Jermaine Jones goes down
    with no one else around him,
    and that's very strange indeed.
    He limps off to the touchline.
    Football
    31' - Robinson is still yet to be
    tested as Ba heads wide after
    rising above Givet from Bridge's
    cross. He should have done
    better!
    Football
    29' - Gabbidon stands his
    ground superbly with a firm
    challenge on Roberts, who is
    seeing an awful lot of the ball.
    Football
    28' - Da Costa makes an
    impeccable challenge to
    dispossess Roberts as he
    intervenes with a well-timed
    tackle.
    Football
    27' - Diouf goes down clutching
    his head following a challenge
    with Boa Morte, and the
    Hammers fans are
    understandably impatient.

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    2ND HALF TO FOLLOW.

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    u get mouth...joooooooooor.

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    EVERTON - MANCHESTER CITY
    Everton
    2 - 1
    Manchester City
    72': L.Osman 65': S.Distin
    (2nd Half)
    28': Y.Touré
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    Football
    87' - Beckford wins a throw off
    Milner with Everton hanging on.
    Football
    86' - City are piling it on as
    Johnson, Milner and Lescott have
    a pop but it's out for another
    corner.
    Football
    85' - High ball into the Everton
    box causes problems for
    Howard, half cleared and Milner
    shoots, huge deflection off
    Baines and Howard is stranded
    but just over!
    Football
    84' - My bad, Zabaleta is off not
    Milner - so no real concerns
    there. Milner has switched to
    right-back.
    Football
    83' - Meanwhile, Zabaleta has
    picked up a knock that he is
    trying to run off on the sidelines.
    Football
    82' - I can't work out if that's
    negativity or stupidity - Mancini
    should have made a change
    when the first one went in, and
    it's taken him nine minutes to
    sort his act out from the second
    Everton goal. And now we have
    nine or 10 minutes with Johnson
    and Balotelli on the pitch.
    Football
    81' - CITY SUB: And now he
    brings on Balotelli, Milner making
    way.
    Football
    79' - And now he brings on
    Adam Johnson, Vieira making
    way.
    Football
    78' - ALMOST THREE! Beckford
    flies in at the near post to meet a
    heavily deflected cross from
    Neville but Hart somehow keeps
    it out, point-blank!
    Football
    77' - Taken short but then the
    cross is poor. Everton retain
    possession, all the way back to
    Howard.
    Football
    76' - Neville buys a corner off
    Kolarov. City are all over the shop.
    Football
    75' - Everton have a throw on the
    right. They're still doing all the
    attacking.
    Football
    74' - Mancini is perplexed. He
    shouldn't be - Everton decided to
    take the game to City and City
    had no response.
    Football
    73' - Two-footed but clean tackle
    from Cahill. Free-kick, no card.
    Football
    72' - How did he beat Kompany
    in the air there? What a leap from
    Osman - who hurt himself in the
    landing.
    Football
    71' - GOAL EVERTON! Osman with
    a superb flying header, the kind I
    never knew he had in him, and it
    flies into the top left! What a
    goal! Great cross from P-Nev.
    Football
    70' - WHAT A MISS! Beckford is
    clearly offside but the flag stays
    down and he puts wide. Oh,
    thank cod for that - flag went up
    late. That would have broken his
    heart.
    Football
    69' - All Everton now as Beckford
    and Cahill combine but,
    eventually, Hart claims.
    Football
    68' - Panic in the City box as first
    Beckford thinks he is fouled in
    the box, then Cahill but nothing
    given!
    Football
    67' - Zabelata is caught a bit late
    by Osman, who is booked.

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    NEWCASTLE UNITED -
    BIRMINGHAM CITY
    Newcastle United
    2 - 1
    Birmingham City
    43': S.Taylor 36': S.Ameobi
    (2nd Half)
    45': L.Bowyer
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    Football
    86' - We're back in action. The
    ball struck back sportingly to
    Foster.
    Football
    85' - Play stops here - Ferguson
    is down after a challenge with
    Tiote.
    Football
    84' - A Gutierrez run ends with
    the ball at the captain's feet, and
    Nolan fires a shot from 20 yards -
    but his effort is not hit hard
    enough.
    Football
    83' - All Newcastle in the dying
    minutes, but they're not making
    any chances at the moment.
    Football
    81' - ROUTE ONE ALMOST PAYS
    OFF FOR BIRMINGHAM! Up long
    from Foster, out wide to
    Beausejour, and his cross should
    be safely dealt with by Krul, but
    the Newcastle man spills into
    Larsson's path - but his block/
    shot loops agonisingly over the
    bar!
    Football
    80' - Foster takes his time before
    booting the ball forward and
    encouraging Birmingham to go
    route one.
    Football
    79' - Coloccini sweeps the ball to
    Jose Enrique, who carries
    Newcastle forward. He's grown
    in influence over the course of
    the match.
    Football
    78' - The game getting stretched
    now, and Birmingham looking
    out on their feet. Can Newcastle
    give themselves the cushion of a
    third goal?
    Football
    77' - Derbyshire on for Fahey - a
    last roll of the dice for the
    visitors?
    Football
    76' - HOW DON'T NEWCASTLE
    SCORE?! Ranger cuts in from the
    right and strokes a shot which
    Foster once again does well to
    save, and then a desperate block
    prevents Ameobi from tucking
    away the follow up.
    Football
    75' - Another poor challenge
    from the Blues as Jiranek slides
    in on Ranger. Birmingham just
    starting to get ragged once
    more.
    Football
    74' - NOLAN CLOSE! A training
    ground move almost pays off as
    Barton clips the ball to Nolan
    from the free-kick, and his
    header across goal is plucked by
    Foster at full stretch. Imaginative.
    Football
    73' - Tiote very unhappy with
    Bowyer's tackle, and it's not hard
    to see why. He wasn't likely to
    get the ball as the Ivorian
    marauded forward. Yellow card.
    Football
    72' - A case in point - Gutierrez
    picks up the ball on the left, but
    Carr is helped by Johnson and
    they shepherd the Argentine out
    for a goal kick.
    Football
    71' - Newcastle camped out on
    the Birmingham area, but they
    cannot break down their
    opponents.
    Football
    70' - Here comes the change -
    Ranger on, Lovenkrands off for
    Newcastle.
    Football
    69' - Coloccini heaves away the
    ball and Barton gives chase.
    Beausejour and Lovenkrands
    tussle, but a foul is given against
    Barton.
    Football
    68' - No changes yet, but it looks
    like we may be about to see the
    first as Nile Ranger warms up.
    Football
    67' - Space for Beausejour on the
    left - but he overhits his pass for
    the willing runner Bowyer.
    Football
    66' - GUTIERREZ CLOSE! Newcastle
    beginning to control the second
    half as perhaps Birmingham
    begin to tire. Gutierrez' mazy run
    is followed up by a good shot
    which deflects away from goal.

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    WEST HAM UNITED - BLACKBURN
    ROVERS
    West Ham United
    1 - 1
    Blackburn Rovers
    78': T.Hitzlsperger
    (2nd Half)
    12': J.Roberts
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    Football
    90' - Four minutes will be added
    at the end of this second half as
    both sides continue to hustle and
    harry.
    Football
    88' - WHAT A MISS! Keane misses
    a glorious opportunity to give
    West Ham all three points as he
    ghosts into the six yard box and
    somehow misses his shot with
    an open goal at his mercy!
    Football
    87' - Blackburn are playing the
    long ball at every opportunity
    now with Santa Cruz occupying
    the West Ham defenders.
    Football
    86' - Jones does superbly to win
    a free kick at the expense of
    Collison, and this could be
    dangerous for Pedersen.
    Football
    85' - It's desperate and frantic at
    Upton Park now as both sides
    press forward in search of a
    winner!
    Football
    84' - Olsson very unnecessarily
    bundles over Piquionne, and this
    provides West Ham with a
    dangerous free kick.
    Football
    83' - Pedersen powers down the
    left for Blackburn, but he lacks
    support and his cross goes
    begging.
    Football
    82' - Kean and Grant are both out
    on the touchline waving
    frantically at their players and
    imploring them to press forward.
    Football
    81' - Cole is playing out on the
    left wing now as he looks to
    provide a cutting edge for the
    hosts.
    Football
    79' - Right, we're all set for an
    enthralling finale now at Upton
    Park, with either side able to
    clinch a crucial victory!
    Football
    78' - GOAL!!!!! HITZLSPERGER
    POWERS THE HAMMERS LEVEL! The
    German unleashes a trademark
    drive from the edge of the
    Blackburn box, and he thunders
    the shot into the far corner past
    Robinson to draw West Ham
    level!
    Football
    76' - Ba heads wide from the
    near post as Cole whips over a
    devilish delivery, and the forward
    needed to do much better there!
    Football
    75' - Santa Cruz is showing all his
    experience in holding the ball up
    for Blackburn to rile the home
    fans.
    Football
    74' - Bridge is having a dismal
    match for the Hammers today,
    and he misplaces another long
    ball which infuriates the fans.
    Football
    73' - Keane, who has been
    virtually anonymous since
    coming on, races down the left at
    pace only to drive a poor shot
    wide of the far post.
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    72' - Cole races forward for the
    Hammers, but again Samba is on
    hand to intervene and clear the
    danger.
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    71' - You could hear a pin drop
    inside Upton Park now as the
    home fans look utterly dejected.
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    70' - Seconds later, Kean replaces
    Hoilett with Keith Andrews in a
    bid to shore up the Blackburn
    midfield.
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    69' - Jason Roberts is replaced by
    Roque Santa Cruz as the
    goalscorer is removed in place of
    a fresh pair of legs.
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    68' - Grant is utterly helpless now
    as he watches on having made
    all three of his substitutions

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    TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR -
    BLACKPOOL
    Tottenham Hotspur
    0 - 0
    Blackpool
    (1st Half)
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    Football
    32' - Campbell appeared to be
    caught by Dawson but play on.
    Modric on it now, wide to Bale
    GREAT LOW BALL but sliding in
    Van der Vaart can't meet it!
    Football
    31' - Blackpool with a good spell
    on the ball now. You wouldn't
    think they were at opposite ends
    of the table.
    Football
    30' - Evatt flies into a strong
    challenge on Modric. Fair though.
    Football
    29' - Bale tries a run down the
    left but he's held up and
    Blackpool clear.
    Football
    28' - After some treatment Van
    der Vaart is good to continue.
    Football
    27' - Van der Vaart is down hurt
    as Adam fires one well over.
    Football
    26' - Rose collides with Southern
    sliding in. No free kick.
    Football
    25' - Modric finds Van der Vaart,
    who buys some space on the
    edge of the box but can only fire
    straight at Gilks.
    Football
    24' - Spurs don't clear and
    Campbell volleys but blocked and
    wide for a corner! Adam swings
    it in and KORNILENKO but he
    heads over!! Free header! Come
    on, you have to score!
    Football
    23' - GREAT SAVE GOMES!
    Kornilenko's shot was blocked
    into the path of Adam who rifled
    in a superb volley!
    Football
    22' - Great play by Campbell to
    hold it up and backheel it wide,
    now Kornilenko crosses but
    beyond Taylor-Fletcher. Evatt
    checks Rose but avoids a card.
    No he doesn't, eventually the ref
    books him.
    Football
    21' - Southern is back to clear as
    Van der Vaart tries to wriggle in.
    Football
    20' - A bit of miscommunication
    as Gilks comes to claim
    Pavluchenko's cross but is
    shoved off it by Crainey, who
    clears to touch in the end.
    Football
    19' - Dawson meets Rose's ball
    with an imperious header across
    goal but with only little Defoe in
    there it's easy for Blackpool to
    clear.
    Football
    18' - Great ball by Modric to find
    Bale on the left, he crosses but
    Van der Vaart doesn't make his
    bicycle kick and cleared. The
    loose ball drops to Modric, who
    shoots, deflected off Evatt and
    wide. Corner
    Football
    17' - Great cross from Bale on the
    left, Defoe takes it on his thigh
    and smacks in a finish but
    blocked by Evatt I think and
    cleared.
    Football
    16' - Spurs break and
    Pavlychenko feeds Defoe but
    Baptiste does his job and
    Blackpool clear.
    Football
    15' - Promising for Blackpool but
    Taylor-Fletcher's finall ball is
    behind Campbell.
    Football
    14' - Modric takes this one but
    nodded away. Van der Vaart on
    the other side crosses, cleared
    again. Now Bale, he swings one
    in and Van der Vaart just keeps it
    in at the far post but Gilks claims
    ahead of Defoe.
    Football
    13' - Poor delivery from Van der
    Vaart, too deep. Bale races back
    to pick it up, he has space to run
    into and drives it low near post
    but Gilks gets down. Corner.

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