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Sunday's football photos

Simon Davies, Fulham; Felipe Teixeira, West Bromwich Albion

Fulham 2-0 West Brom: Despite a recent dip in form Roy Hodgson's men are something of a surprise package in the league this season

Andy Johnson, Fulham; Abdoulaye Meite, West Bromwich Albion

While Tony Mowbrey's West Brom may look likely for the drop they have a chance to move off the bottom of the table with a win

Andy Johnson, Bobby Zamora, Fulham; Iglesias Borja Valero, West Bromwich Albion

The crowd, including Fabio Capello, watch Scott Carson and the post thwart Fulham, who have the better of the first-half chances

Bobby Zamora, Fulham

Just as the Baggies start to get in to the game Bobby Zamora scores his first goal in 21 matches, latching on to Andy Johnson's flick

Bobby Zamora, Andy Johnson, Fulham

Moments later Andy Johnson finishes a good Fulham move and secures all three points for the Cottagers

Roman Bednar, West Bromwich Albion

Mark Schwarzer saves Roman Bednar's tame penalty kick in injury time, the Londoners' 10th clean sheet of the season

Albert Riera, Javier Mascherano, Liverpool; Vincent Kompany, Manchester City

Liverpool 1-1 Man City: While the Reds are desperate for a win to stay in the title race, City are desperate for a win away from home

Fernando Torres, Liverpool; Robinho, Manchester City

Although Fernando Torres causes the visitors several problems City's Stephen Ireland fluffs the clearest chance of the first half

Craig Bellamy, Manchester City

Craig Bellamy stuns Anfield in the second half with a goal against his former club, his third in six games since moving to Manchester

Dirk Kuyt, Liverpool

Dirk Kuyt equlaises and Liverpool throw everything at City for the last 10 minutes but can not find a winner

Fernando Torres, Liverpool; Shay Given, Manchester City

Despite his creativity in the game, Torres misses a chance to pull the Reds within five points of Manchester United with 12 games to go

Shola Ameobi, Newcastle United; Jack Rodwell, Everton

Newcastle v Everton: With Joe Kinnear due out of hospital soon, Chris Hughton takes charge of the Magpies against in-form Everton

Newcastle United and Everton players appeal

The Toffees' Mikael Arteta leaves on a stretcher and Shola Ameobi sees his goal ruled out for a push in a first half of little verve or play

Kevin Nolan, Newcastle United, sent off

Just before half-time Newcastle midfielder Kevin Nolan is sent straight off for a tackle over the top of the ball on Victor Anichebe

Steven Taylor, Newcastle United; Jack Rodwell, Everton

The Merseysiders can not make the extra man tell with Newcastle's defence limiting them to one effort on target in the second half



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Premier League table
Sunday, 3 November 2013 17:56 UK
    P GD PTS
1 Arsenal 10 13 25
2 Chelsea 10 8 20
3 Liverpool 10 7 20
4 Tottenham 10 4 20

5 Man City 10 17 19

6 Southampton 10 7 19
7 Everton 10 4 19
8 Man Utd 10 4 17
9 Newcastle 10 -2 14
10 Hull City 10 -2 14
11 West Brom 10 0 13
12 Cardiff 10 -4 12
13 Swansea 10 0 11
14 Aston Villa 10 -3 11
15 West Ham 10 0 10
16 Fulham 10 -5 10
17 Stoke 10 -4 9

18 Norwich 10 -14 8
19 Sunderland 10 -15 4
20 Crystal Palace 10 -15 3

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