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 Wednesday, 1 January, 2003, 13:39 GMT
Premiership clockwatch
All the action from the Premiership
Results:

Arsenal 3-2 Chelsea
Aston Villa 2-0 Bolton
Blackburn 1-0 Middlesbrough
Everton 2-2 Man City
Leeds 2-0 Birmingham
Southampton 1-0 Tottenham
Man Utd 2-1 Sunderland

Newcastle v Liverpool (1945 GMT)


Goalflashes and major incidents:

1654 GMT: Substitute Tomasz Radzinski heads a last-gasp equaliser for Everton at Goodison Park.
Everton 2-2 Man City

1650: Emmanuel Petit scores against his former club as Chelsea stage a rousing comeback against Arsenal at Highbury.
Arsenal 3-2 Chelsea

1648: Chelsea substitute Mario Stanic scores within minutes of coming onto the pitch to give his side some consolation.
Arsenal 3-1 Chelsea

1646: Carlo Cudicini, returning to the Chelsea team, lets a weak Thierry Henry shot squirm from his grasp and into the net.
Arsenal 3-0 Chelsea

1645: Holland international Giovanni van Bronckhorst scores to extend Arsenal's lead at Highbury.
Arsenal 2-0 Chelsea

1644: Marc-Vivien Foe scores his sixth goal in six games to give Manchester City the lead against high-flying Everton.
Everton 1-2 Man City

1642: In-form James Beattie scores his 13th goal of the season to give Southampton the lead against the run of play.
Southampton 1-0 Tottenham

1640: Aston Villa substitute Darius Vassell finishes clinically to put his side further ahead.
Aston Villa 2-0 Bolton

1633: Leeds bring teenage sensation James Milner on in place of Eirik Bakke, who scored their first goal.

1625: Australian striker Mark Viduka heads Leeds further ahead at Elland Road.
Leeds 2-0 Birmingham

1616: Dwight Yorke converts a Keith Gillespie cross to give Blackburn the lead at Ewood Park.
Blackburn 1-0 Middlesbrough

1615: Brazilian midfielder Gilberto Silva misses from close range for Arsenal at Highbury.

1553: Manchester United score two goals in the last 10 minutes to gain a crucial victory over Sunderland.
Full-time: Man Utd 2-1 Sunderland

1550: Paul Scholes heads home from six yards to give Manchester United a last-gasp lead at Old Trafford.
Man Utd 2-1 Sunderland

1541: David Beckham collects a long ball from Rio Ferdinand and evades the Sunderland defence before sliding the ball past Jurgen Macho.
Man Utd 1-1 Sunderland

1535: Nicolas Anelka capitalises on an error by Everton keeper Richard Wright to equalise for Manchester City at Goodison Park.
Everton 1-1 Man City

1533: Jurgen Macho saves a Rio Ferdinand header as Sunderland continue to hold off Manchester United at Old Trafford.

1512: Chelsea defender Marcel Desailly turns an Ashley Cole cross into his own net to give Arsenal an early lead at Highbury.

1510: Dion Dublin side-foots home from close range after a clever dummy by Lee Hendrie.
Aston Villa 1-0 Bolton

1509: Recalled Steve Watson collects a brilliant pass from Wayne Rooney and fires Everton into the lead at Goodison Park.
Everton 1-0 Man City

1506: Norwegian midfielder Eirik Bakke puts in-form Leeds ahead against Birmingham.
Leeds 1-0 Birmingham

1500: Six more Premiership matches kick-off.

1429 : United keeper Fabien Barthez goes off with a groin strain and is replaced by Roy Carroll.

1405 : Juan Sebastian Veron tries to clear a deflected Gavin McCann shot from the Manchester United line, but succeeds only in heading into his own net.
Man Utd 0-1 Sunderland

1400: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Diego Forlan kick off for United at Old Trafford.


Team news:

Dennis Bergkamp is recalled by Arsenal after coming on as a substitute against Liverpool at the weekend. Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink replaces Eidur Gudjohnen in Chelsea's attack.

Stefan Postma continues in goal for Aston Villa after impressing in the weekend win over Middlesbrough. Youri Djorkaeff is out for Bolton because of a rib injury.

Blackburn are without influential duo Damien Duff and Craig Short, but Lucas Neill returns from suspension. Massimo Maccarone returns to Middlesbrough's attack after threatening to leave if he was persistently left out of the side.

Kevin Campbell passes a late fitness test and partners Wayne Rooney up front for Everton. Shaun-Wright Phillips returns to the Manchester City starting line-up with Eyal Berkovic sidelined because of a groin injury.

Teenage sensation James Milner remains on the Leeds bench despite scoring twice last week. Birmingham's Republic of Ireland defender Kenny Cunningham misses out because of injury.

Matt Oakley comes into the Southampton side at the expense of Anders Svensson. Tottenham defender Dean Richards returns from injury to face his former club.

Dutch striker Ruud van Nistelrooy is still out with a toe injury, so Diego Forlan continues in attack for unchanged Manchester United. Sunderland opt for attack, fielding a three-pronged strikeforce of Tore Andre Flo, Marcus Stewart and Kevin Phillips.


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