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Saturday, 1 February, 2003, 14:28 GMT
Premiership clockwatch
All the action from the Premiership
Saturday's results:
Arsenal 2-1 Fulham
Bolton 4-2 Birmingham
Chelsea 1-1 Tottenham
Everton 2-0 Leeds
Man City 1-2 West Brom
Southampton 0-2 Man Utd
Sunderland 1-3 Charlton

Goalflashes and major incidents (all times GMT):

1654: Full-time around the country as Arsenal and Man Utd both win at the top, while West Brom and Bolton grab priceless victories at the basement.

1652: Arsenal 2-1 Fulham
The Gunners grab a last-gasp victory as Robert Pires converts after good work from Francis Jeffers.

How it looks at the top
1. Arsenal 56 pts
2. Man Utd 50 pts
3. Newcastle 48 pts
4. Chelsea 45 pts
5. Everton 45 pts

1645: Bolton 4-2 Birmingham
Youri Djorkaeff's shot is saved by Ian Bennett but Bolton's Delroy Facey taps home. Surely the Trotters are home now.

1642: Bolton 3-2 Birmingham
Youri Djorkaeff puts Bolton into the lead - the third time they have held the advantage over Birmingham. Can they hold on to it this time?

1641: Red card at Maine Road as Jason Roberts is sent-off for allegedly shoving Man City's new signing David Sommeil.

How it looks at the bottom
17. Bolton 24 pts
18. West Brom 20 pts
19. West Ham 20 pts
20. Sunderland 19 pts

1638: Sunderland 1-3 Charlton
Sunderland grab a consolation goal as Kevin Phillips scores a penalty after Tore Andre Flo is fouled by John Fortune.

1632: Man City 1-2 West Brom
Darren Moore converts from Neil Clements' flicked header as the Baggies regain the lead at Maine Road. Three points would be priceless for West Brom with Sunderland looking at almost certain defeat.

1625: Everton 2-0 Leeds
Leeds' horrible week continues as Thomasz Radzinski runs on to Li Tie's pass and beats Paul Robinson.

1619: Bolton 2-2 Birmingham
Birmingham again peg back Wanderers as Clinton Morrison rifles home after Stephen Clemence's through ball.

1616: Everton 1-0 Leeds
Danny Mills fouls Tomasz Radzinski and David Unsworth converts the resultant penalty for Everton.

1605: Bolton 2-1 Birmingham
Henrik Pedersen bundles home Youri Djorkaeff's cross 35 seconds into the second half to restore Bolton's lead.

1548: Half-time around the country with Man Utd leading at Southampton while their title rivals Arsenal and Chelsea are being held.

1546: Bolton 1-1 Birmingham
Stan Lazaridis' pass for Birmingham is tapped home by Robbie Savage as the Blues grab an equaliser just before the break.

1541: Chelsea 1-1 Spurs
Gianfranco Zola levels for Chelsea with an amazing free-kick which is likely to go down as one of the season's great strikes.

1540: Injury problems for Spurs as well as Man Utd as Tony Gardner limps off to be replaced by Gary Doherty.

1539: Man Utd goalkeeper Fabien Barthez is forced off injured at St Mary's and replaced by Roy Carroll.

1533: Sunderland 0-3 Charlton
Michael Proctor scores an own goal at the Stadium of Light. Incredibly, two of Charlton's strikes have been own goals and the other could yet be debited to Tore Andre Flo.

1531: Arsenal 1-1 Fulham
A loose ball in the Arsenal box is lashed home by the in-form Steed Malbranque as the champions are pegged back by Fulham.

1529: Sunderland 0-2 Charlton
Chris Powell's shot is saved by Thomas Sorensen but Michael Proctor puts the rebound into his own net.

1525: Sunderland 0-1 Charlton
Charlton take the lead - Mark Fish is claiming it but there are suspicions of an own goal from Tore Andre Flo.

1523: Southampton 0-2 Man Utd
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's cross is dummied by Juan Veron and Ryan Giggs converts for Man Utd at the second attempt.

1523: Man City 1-1 West Brom
Man City level against the Baggies - the goal is credited to Marc-Vivien Foe at first although later it goes down as an own goal for Phil Gilchrist.

1518: Man City 0-1 West Brom
Jason Koumas crosses for Neil Clement who puts West Brom into the lead at Manchester City.

1518: Arsenal 1-0 Fulham
Thierry Henry's cross is headed home by an unmarked Robert Pires as Arsenal take the lead at Highbury.

1518: Chelsea 0-1 Spurs
Darren Anderton crosses for Teddy Sheringham who scores for Spurs at the far post.

1516: Southampton 0-1 Man Utd
Man Utd take the lead as David Beckham's pass finds Gary Neville whose cross is converted from close-range by Ruud van Nistelrooy.

1514: Bolton 1-0 Birmingham
A mix-up in Birmingham's defence sees Kenny Cunningham put through his own goal to gift Bolton the lead.

1508: Stephen Carr heads a Gianfranco Zola effort off the line for Tottenham.

1500: The Premiership fixtures get underway.

Team news:

Dennis Bergkamp passes a fitness test for Arsenal, who bring back Sylvain Wiltord in place of Ray Parlour and Martin Keown for Pascal Cygan against Fulham. The visitors have Jon Harley and Facundo Sava in for Rufus Brevett and Bjarne Goldbaek.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is preferred up front to Paul Scholes for Manchester United, while Mikael Silvestre comes in for Phil Neville. Opponents Southampton are without Wayne Bridge but Jo Tessem returns.

Robbie Fowler's debut is the only change for Manchester City against West Brom with Djamel Belmadi making way for the 6m man.

Steffen Iversen and Mauricio Taricco replace the injured Robbie Keane and Dean Richards for Tottenham at Chelsea, who have Emmanuel Petit and Boudewijn Zenden in for Celestine Babayaro and Jody Morris.

Tore Andre Flo passes a fitness test for Sunderland who also have Stephen Wright back against an unchanged Charlton side.

Jay-Jay Okocha returns from injury for Bolton against Birmingham, for whom Matthew Upson makes his debut.

Leeds United and Everton both name unchanged teams for their match at Goodison Park.


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