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Shay Given, Manchester City

Man City 1-0 Middlesbrough: Mark Hughes hands a debut to goalkeeper Shay Given, who makes three good saves in the first half

Craig Bellamy scores for Manchester City

Craig Bellamy, also signed in the January window, nabs the game's only goal, two in two home games for the Welsh striker

Aston Villa celebrate

Blackburn 0-2 Aston Villa: James Milner puts the visitors, looking to go eight points clear of fifth-placed Arsenal, ahead from a corner

Gabriel Agbonlahor, Aston Villa

Gabriel Agbonlahor's deflected shot secures the win late on, with Villa the better side throughout much of the game

Andy Dawson, Hull City; Salomon Kalou, Chelsea

Chelsea 0-0 Hull: Although City were the first ever competitive opponents at Stamford Bridge, they haven't visited for over 20 years

Ricardo Quaresma, Luis Felipe Scolari, Didier Drogba, Chelsea

Though the Blues have much of the play, they fail to create chances, a performance typified by Ricardo Quaresma's frustrated debut

Mikael Arteta celebrates

Everton 3-0 Bolton: Toffees debutante Jo is brought down in the box and Mikael Arteta slots home the penalty, a deserved lead

Jo scores for Everton

Jo, on loan from Manchester City, is given space in the Bolton box and bags his debut goal early in the second half

Jo scores for Everton

It's a dream start for the Brazilian on Merseyside, tucking home Everton's second penalty after a handball by Mark Davies

Matthew Etherington, Stoke City, is sent off

Sunderland 2-0 Stoke: A tight, hard-fought game comes alive as Matthew Etherington is sent off for a rash challenge on Danny Collins

Kenwyne Jones scores for Sunderland

With the extra man starting to show, Kenwyne Jones leaps highest at the back post to score for the Black Cats

David Healy, Sunderland

Ricky Sbragia's men get a second four minutes in to injury time with David Healy's first league goal for the club

Scott Carson, West Bromwich Albion; Damien Duff, Newcastle United

West Brom 2-3 Newcastle: With their boss Joe Kinnear resting in hospital, the Magpies take an early lead through Damien Duff

Marc-Antoine Fortune, West Bromwich Albion

West Brom respond almost immediately as Marc-Antoine Fortune leaves Steve Taylor for dead and slots the ball home

Scott Carson, West Bromwich Albion; Peter Lovenkrands, Newcastle United

Peter Lovenkrands, on his first Newcastle start, leaves late-arriving fans cursing their luck as he puts his side 2-1 up inside 10 minutes

Steven Taylor scores for Newcastle United

Taylor completes the scoring for the first-half, nodding in Ryan Taylor's corner amid shambolic Baggies defending

Ryan Taylor, Newcastle United; Marc-Antoine Fortune, West Bromwich Albion

Fortune is a constant threat to Newcastle but his second goal of the game is not enough for West Brom, who stay bottom of the table

Danny Murphy, Fulham; Lee Cattermole, Wigan Athletic

Wigan 0-0 Fulham: The Cottagers shut out Athletic and new boy Charles N'Zogbia, their fifth goalless draw away this season

David Nugent, Portsmouth; Pepe Reina, Liverpool

Portsmouth v Liverpool: Everton fan David Nugent gets a rare start for Pompey and obliges with the opening goal

Fabio Aurelio scores for Liverpool

Fabio Aurelio levels through an indirect free-kick 13 yards out but Portsmouth retake the lead through Hermann Hreidarsson

Dirk Kuyt, Fernando Torres, Liverpool; Peter Crouch, Portsmouth

Liverpool snatch the win as late substitutes Dirk Kuyt and Fernando Torres grab a goal each in a frantic final ten minutes

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