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Saturday, 28 September, 2002, 16:04 GMT 17:04 UK
Premiership clockwatch
All the action from the Premiership
Results (and text commentaries)

Early result/match report

Late result/match report

Goalflashes and the major incidents

Full-time: David Bellion is the hero for Sunderland, his 70th minute strike sealing a crucial three points for the Black Cats.

Man Utd recover from Claus Jensen's opener to win 3-1 at Charlton while Liverpool and Middlesbrough complete fine 3-0 away wins at Man City and Tottenham respectively.

Paolo di Canio's dreamy brace gives West Ham their first Premiership victory this season, while Everton beat Fulham 2-0 at Goodison Park.

Bolton and Southampton share the points in a 1-1 draw at The Reebok.

1655: Charlton 1-3 Man Utd
Substitute Ruud van Nistelrooy adds a late third for Man Utd.

1654: Bolton 1-1 Southampton
A late, late equaliser for Youri Djorkaeff and Bolton.

1649: Man City 0-3 Liverpool
Michael Owen out of form? Not any more. It's a late third for the England striker and Liverpool are leaving Main Road with all three points.

1645: Charlton 1-2 Man Utd
Seven minutes left at The Valley... and Ryan Giggs keeps cool to put United ahead for the first time.

1644: Chelsea 2-3 West Ham
More magic from Paolo di Canio... a second virtuoso strike, a second goal and West Ham are back in front.

1642: Bolton 0-1 Southampton
Shot-shy Saints find the target at The Reebok, and it's a deflected strike from full-back Wayne Bridge.

1636: Tomasz Radzinski, who has already spurned several excellent chances to add to Everton's lead, is denied by the woodwork.

Charlton's Claus Jensen
Jensen scored a cracker... but it may not be enough

1634: Chelsea 2-2 West Ham
Gianfranco Zola, who started on the bench, curls home a free-kick to bring Chelsea level.

1630: Sunderland 1-0 Aston Villa
The deadlock is finally broken at The Stadium of Light... and it's young French striker David Bellion who gets the vital goal for Sunderland, and possibly also manager Peter Reid.

1625: Man City 0-2 Liverpool
Michael Owen bursts clear of the City defence and slots home his, and Liverpool's second.

1618: Tottenham 0-3 Middlesbrough
Joseph-Desire Job compounds Tottenham's misery with a third for Boro.

1617: Charlton 1-1 Man Utd
Ryan Giggs crosses from the left and Paul Scholes guides home United's equaliser.

1615: Tottenham 0-2 Middlesbrough
Massimo Maccarone lays the ball off to Geremi, who drives home his first goal in Boro colours.

1607: Chelsea 1-2 West Ham
The visitors have come back from one down, and are now in front thanks to a magical left-foot volley from Paolo di Canio.

1549: Everton 2-0 Fulham
It's two goals in two minutes for the Toffees, as Thomas Gravesen fires home from 25 yards.

Everton goalscorer Kevin Campbell
Campbell celebrates another goal for Everton

1547: Everton 1-0 Fulham
Mark Pembridge sends over a curling free-kick and Kevin Campbell scores with a glancing header.

1546: Charlton 1-0 Man Utd
Paul Konchesky lays the ball into Claus Jensen... who blasts home a beauty for the home side.

1541: Chelsea 1-1 West Ham
Substitute Jermain Defoe pokes home an equaliser for the Hammers.

1533: Tottenham 0-1 Middlesbrough
Boro deservedly take the lead after dominating the early exchanges at White Hart Lane, and it's Massimo Maccarone who gets their opener from close range.

1523: Chelsea 1-0 West Ham
Scott Minto pulls down Robert Huth in the box... and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink dispatches the resulting penalty.

1521: Charlton defender Richard Rufus does superbly to block a goalbound effort from Paul Scholes.

1516: Christian Ziege's return to the Spurs side is short-lived... the German wing-back limps off and is replaced by Gary Doherty.

Michael Owen scores for Liverpool at Man City
Owen ends his barren patch in front of goal

1507: An early blow for West Ham at Stamford Bridge, as Frederic Kanoute is forced off injured. Jermain Defoe comes on.

1505: Man City 0-1 Liverpool
It's only taken five minutes at Maine Road... but Michael Owen has finally broken his recent goalscoring duck, netting left-footed from close range.

1500 BST: Following Arsenal's 4-1 win at Elland Road, it's kick-off at seven other Premiership grounds.

Team news

Sunderland boss Peter Reid backs Tore Andre Flo and David Bellion to get the goals at home to Aston Villa - the visitors pair Dion Dublin and Darius Vassell in attack.

Diego Forlan and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer start for Man Utd at Charlton, with Ruud van Nistelrooy on the bench. Robbie Mustoe makes his debut for the Addicks.

Michael Owen, Emile Heskey and Milan Baros are all in for Liverpool, and Djimi Traore replaces the injured Stephane Henchoz. Nicolas Anelka and Darren Huckerby line up in attack for Man City.

Yobo debut

West Ham recall under-fire midfielder Michael Carrick for the visit to Chelsea, who drop Gianfranco Zola to the bench.

Christian Ziege returns to the Spurs side at home to Middlesbrough, who have Alen Boksic alongside Massimo Maccarone.

Joseph Yobo makes his Premiership debut in Everton's defence, while Steve Finnan is back after injury for Fulham.

Michael Ricketts leads the Bolton line at home to Southampton, for whom Anders and Michael Svensson both start.


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