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Saturday, 14 September, 2002, 15:59 GMT 16:59 UK
Premiership clockwatch
All the action from the Premiership
Results (and full text commentaries):

Early match:

Goalflashes and the major incidents:

Full-time: Arsenal ease to a 3-0 win at Charlton, and Emile Heskey's late strike gives Liverpool a 3-2 win at Bolton.

Chelsea run out comfortable 3-0 winners over Newcastle, and West Brom hang on to beat Southampton 1-0.

A Kevin Campbell brace is enough to give Everton a 2-1 win over Middlesbrough.

But it's another bad 3-0 reverse for Sunderland, this time at home to Fulham.

1651: Charlton 0-3 Arsenal
Edu completes a good afternoon's work for Arsenal by looping home a free header.

1650: Bolton 2-3 Liverpool
Barely a minute after being pegged back, Emile Heskey smashes Liverpool back in front.

1649: Bolton 2-2 Liverpool
Substitute Ivan Campo hammers home Bolton's second equaliser from eight yards.

1645: Southampton defender Paul Williams is sent off for pulling back Jason Roberts at The Hawthorns.

1640: Everton 2-1 Middlesbrough
Thomas Gravesen curls in a corner and Kevin Campbell nods home.

1639: Sunderland 0-3 Fulham
Things go from bad to worse for Sunderland as Steve Marlet bursts clear to score.

1638: West Brom 1-0 Southampton
Sean Gregan hits a hopeful shot from 30 yards out... and it somehow gets past Paul Jones in the Saints goal.

1634: Bolton 1-2 Liverpool
Milan Baros volleys home Steven Gerrard's excellent cross, and Liverpool are back in front.

1628: Charlton 0-2 Arsenal
Edu and Patrick Vieira play in Sylvain Wiltord to finish a fine move.

1618: Chelsea 3-0 Newcastle
Gianfranco Zola rolls the ball across for Eidur Gudjohnsen to get his second, and Chelsea's third.

1617: Bolton 1-1 Liverpool
Ricardo Gardner brings Bolton level.

1616: Wayne Rooney is on for Everton, but only the post denies Boro's Massimo Maccarone on the break.

1614: Sunderland 0-2 Fulham
Barry Hayles
capitalises on poor defending to extend Fulham's lead.

1611: Arsenal midfielder Kolo Toure sidefoots against the post.

1549: Bolton 0-1 Liverpool
Dietmar Hamann feeds Milan Baros, who twists, turns and blasts into the top corner just before the break.

Thierry Henry celebrates
Henry lashed home just before the break

1547: Charlton 0-1 Arsenal
Dennis Bergkamp lays the ball into the path of Thierry Henry who lashes home a super low shot from just outside the box.

1540: Milan Baros hits the post for Liverpool, but it's an otherwise uneventful game at The Reebok so far.

1535: Sunderland 0-1 Fulham
Rufus Brevett finds Junichi Inamoto who scores with a left-footed drive.

1534: Everton 1-1 Middlesbrough
Niclas Alexandersson does well down the right, and Tomasz Radzinski heads on for Kevin Campbell to equalise. A goal somewhat against the run of play.

Eidur Gudjohnsen and Gianfranco Zola celebrate
Gudjohnsen and Zola on target for Chelsea

1526: Chelsea 2-0 Newcastle
A Gianfranco Zola free-kick takes a wicked deflection off Gary Speed and puts the Blues two up.

1514: Chelsea 1-0 Newcastle
Eidur Gudjohnsen justifies his return to the Chelsea attack by heading home Boudewijn Zenden's cross.

1512: Everton 0-1 Middlesbrough
Paul Gerrard can only push a curling shot into the path of Szilard Nemeth, who duly scores Boro's first away goal this season.

1500 BST: Saturday's six remaining games kick off after Leeds' 1-0 win over Man Utd earlier in the day.

Team news:

Liverpool rest Michael Owen for the trip to Bolton, so Milan Baros gets his first league start. Dean Holdsworth replaces the injured Michael Ricketts for Bolton.

Patrick Vieira in the Arsenal midfield at Charlton, who bring in Kevin Lisbie and Jonatan Johansson.

Fit-again Craig Bellamy makes his first Newcastle start since February and Nikos Dabizas comes in for the under-fire Titus Bramble. Chelsea drop Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink to the bench.

Alan Stubbs returns from suspension for Everton, with Wayne Rooney only on the bench. Boro stick with the side that beat Sunderland 3-0 in midweek.

Sunderland are unchanged at home to Fulham, who replace the injured Louis Saha with Barry Hayles.

Lee Hughes shakes off a virus so West Brom are unchanged, while Matthew Oakley, Paul Telfer and Marian Pahars come in for Southampton.

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