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Sunday, 3 November, 2002, 13:47 GMT
Premiership clockwatch
All the action from the Premiership
Fulham 0-1 Arsenal
Tottenham 0-0 Chelsea
Blackburn 0-0 Aston Villa
Leeds 0-1 Everton
Charlton 1-1 Sunderland

1756: Charlton come from a goal down to earn a draw at home to fellow strugglers Sunderland.
Full-time: Charlton 1-1 Sunderland

1741: Charlton's Gary Rowett bundles the ball over the line from close range after Jason Euell wins the ball inside the area.
Charlton 1-1 Sunderland

1722: Sunderland midfielder Kevin Kilbane hits the crossbar with a thunderous 20-yard shot.

1655: Everton secure a shock win over Leeds at Elland Road thanks to a goal from Wayne Rooney.
Full-time: Leeds 0-1 Everton

1651: Aston Villa hold high-flying Blackburn to a goalless draw at Ewood Park.
Full-time: Blackburn 0-0 Aston Villa

1641: Teenage sensation Wayne Rooney gives Everton a late lead at Leeds. The 17 year old advances into the area before drilling a low shot past Paul Robinson.
Leeds 0-1 Everton

1621: Tore Andre Flo puts Sunderland ahead with a venomous strike from just inside the area.
Charlton 0-1 Sunderland

1605: Sunderland get the game underway at The Valley.

1557: Arsenal end their losing streak by beating Fulham at Loftus Road.
Full-time: Fulham 0-1 Arsenal

1554: An entertaining game between Spurs and Chelsea at White Hart Lane ends goalless.
Full-time: Tottenham 0-0 Chelsea

1542: Arsenal keeper David Seaman makes a marvellous reaction save from a Sylvain Legwinski header.

1500: The matches between Blackburn and Aston Villa and Leeds and Everton begin.

1433: Arsenal take the lead at Fulham when striker Steve Marlet slices the ball into his own net.
Fulham 0-1 Arsenal

1428: Chelsea keeper Carlo Cudicini makes a stunning one-handed save from a Jamie Redknapp free-kick.

1419: Tottenham striker Robbie Keane heads wide from just six yards out.

1400 GMT: The games at Loftus Road and White Hart Lane kick off.

Team news:

Blackburn manager Graeme Souness brings Andy Cole and David Dunn back into his side.

Dion Dublin and Juan-Pablo Angel start up front for Aston Villa.

Leeds make three changes from the side that beat Hapoel Tel-Aviv 1-0 on Thursday. Danny Mills, Teddy Lucic and Lee Bowyer return at the expense of Gary Kelly, Ian Harte and Olivier Dacourt.

Everton, who are looking for their third successive victory, field an unchanged side.

Dennis Bergkamp returns from injury for Arsenal but Patrick Vieira is completing the final game of his two-match suspension.

Luis Boa Morte continues in attack for Fulham after scoring his first goal in 14 months against Slovan Liberec on Thursday.

Tottenham manager Glenn Hoddle names the same side that lost narrowly at Liverpool last weekend. That means defender Steven Carr makes the 200th start of his career.

Chelsea, who have not lost a league game at White Hart Lane for 15 years, were forced to make two changes. Celestine Babayaro replaces flu victim Graeme Le Saux and Jody Morris makes his 150th Chelsea appearance in place of the injured Jesper Gronkjaer.


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