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Wednesday, 11 September, 2002, 21:04 GMT 22:04 UK
Premiership clockwatch
All the action from the Premiership
Results (and full text commentaries):

Goalflashes and the major incidents:

2156: Liverpool 2-2 Birmingham
A late, late header from Clinton Morrison, and his brace bags a surprise point for the Blues.

2155: Bolton hold on to beat Man Utd 1-0 at Old Trafford.

2149: Newcastle 0-2 Leeds
Alan Smith blasts home to seemingly secure the three points for Leeds.

2144: Blackburn 2-3 Chelsea
Gianfranco Zola gets his second, and Chelsea's third, as they take the lead for the first time in the match.

2142: Fulham 3-2 Tottenham
Fulham complete a stunning second-half comeback as Sylvain Legwinski scores late on at Loftus Road.

2135: Man Utd 0-1 Bolton
After dominating much of the second half, Man Utd find themselves a goal down as Kevin Nolan scores for Bolton.

2131: Aston Villa 2-0 Charlton
Substitute Stefan Moore gets Villa's second.

2130: Fulham 2-2 Tottenham
Anthony Gardner fouls Fulham substitute Barry Hayles, and Steed Malbranque brings Fulham level from the spot.

2129: Newcastle bring on Craig Bellamy and Hugo Viana as they search for an equaliser.

2123: Liverpool 2-1 Birmingham
Clinton Morrison gives the visitors some hope at Anfield.

2120: Southampton 1-0 Everton
David Weir fouls Marian Pahars, and the Latvian striker gets up to convert the resulting penalty.

2119: Newcastle waste two great chances to equalise, first Alan Shearer and then Shola Ameobi.

2117: Aston Villa 1-0 Charlton
Villa finally find the net with a close-range effort from Ulises De La Cruz.

2116: Blackburn 2-2 Chelsea
Chelsea equalise for the second time in the game as Gianfranco Zola puts away a cross from Mario Stanic.

2115: Fulham 1-2 Tottenham
Junichi Inamoto pulls one back with a stinging 25-yard shot.

2110: Liverpool 2-0 Birmingham
El Hadji Diouf feeds Steven Gerrard who doubles Liverpool's lead just after the interval.

David Dunn
Dunn got Blackburn's first from the spot

2049: Blackburn 2-1 Chelsea
David Thompson puts Blackburn back in front, his first goal for Rovers on his home debut.

2042: Leeds goalkeeper Paul Robinson does well to keep out fierce strikes from Shola Ameobi and then Olivier Bernard.

2041: Blackburn 1-1 Chelsea
Chelsea pull level at Ewood Park, Jesper Gronkjaer grabbing their equaliser after good work from Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.

2039: Ruud van Nistelrooy is denied by the crossbar at Old Trafford.

2031: Fulham 0-2 Tottenham
Tottenham double their lead just before half-time, Teddy Sheringham finding the net from Matthew Etherington's cross.

2028: Liverpool 1-0 Birmingham
Danny Murphy curls a free-kick home off the post after a foul on El Hadji Diouf.

2023: Fulham 0-1 Tottenham
Spurs go in front at Loftus Road as Dean Richards heads home a Milenko Acimovic corner.

2020: Blackburn 1-0 Chelsea
Celestine Babayaro brings down Lucas Neill in the box, and David Dunn duly converts the penalty.

2017: A sending-off at St Mary's... but it's Saints boss Gordon Strachan who gets his marching orders after a row with the fourth offical

Mark Viduka and Harry Kewell
Goalscorer Viduka thanks Kewell for the cross

2016: West Ham 0-1 West Brom
Jason Roberts runs onto a pass from Ronnie Wallwork and fires the Baggies ahead.

2007: Newcastle 0-1 Leeds
Nick Barmby releases Harry Kewell and he crosses for Mark Viduka to smash Leeds in front.

2000: The remaining four games kick off, but there are no goals yet in the other four matches.

1945: The games at Aston Villa, Fulham, Southampton and West Ham kick off after a minute's silence to mark the one-year anniversary of the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington.

Team news:

Robbie Keane starts on the bench for Spurs, but Goran Bunjevcevic and Chris Perry start.

Andy O'Brien replaces Nikos Dabizas for Newcastle while Lomano Lua Lua is not even on the bench - Shola Ameobi starts. Leeds bring in Olivier Dacourt for Eirik Bakke.

Fabien Barthez and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer are back for Man Utd against Bolton.

Chelsea recall Celestine Babayaro, while Tugay replaces the injured Damien Duff for Blackburn.

Ronny Johnsen will play in midfield for a much-changed Aston Villa.

Liverpool recall John Arne Riise, Jamie Carragher and El Hadji Diouf, while Birmingham are without Aliou Cisse.

Paolo di Canio returns to the West Ham line-up as captain - Jermaine Defoe drops out.

Everton have Chinese defender Li Weifeng in their defence at Southampton, who have new signing Andrei Kanchelskis on the bench.

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