Sunderland 0-3 Middlesbrough
Wigan 1-1 Everton
Fulham 1-0 Tottenham
Charlton 0-0 West Brom
Goalflashes and major incidents (all times GMT):
2155: FULL-TIME Charlton 0-0 West Brom
The Premiership sides share the points after a largely uneventful match.
2155: FULL-TIME Fulham 1-0 Tottenham
Bocanegra's late goal proves to be the winner - a setback for Spurs' bid for a Champions League place, although they still remain fourth in the Premiership.
2151: GOAL Fulham 1-0 Tottenham
Carlos Bocanegra may have given Fulham a late winner with a well-timed header.
2150: FULL-TIME Wigan 1-1 Everton
The teams earn a point each. But the real talking point will be the sending off of both Everton's Ferguson and Wigan's Roberts.
2139: SENDING-OFF Jason Roberts (Wigan)
Roberts is shown a straight red after elbowing David Weir.
2138: FULL-TIME Sunderland 0-3 Middlesbrough
Middlesbrough punish their North East rivals with a competent display. Is there any way Sunderland can avoid the drop?
2136: SENDING-OFF Duncan Ferguson (Everton)
Ferguson is shown a straight red card after appearing to punch goalscorer Scharner in the stomach.
2132: SENDING-OFF Michael Dawson (Tottenham)
Dawson is dismissed for a second booking following a foul on Heidur Helguson on the edge of the Spurs penalty area.
2131: Tottenham striker Grzegorz Rasiak comes off to be replaced by Jermain Defoe.
2116: GOAL Sunderland 0-3 Middlesbrough
Jimmy-Floyd Hasselbaink appears to have put the game out of Sunderland's reach. The Dutch star picks the ball up from Gaizka Mendieta and hammers the ball past Davis from just inside the area.
2108: Sunderland's Steve Caldwell spurns another glorious opportunity for Sunderland - striking his four-yard effort straight into the arms of Schwarzer.
2106: Play resumes at Craven Cottage with the scores 0-0 between Fulham and London rivals Tottenham.
2104: Dean Whitehead misses a sitter for Sunderland from just five yards out.
2102: The match at the JJB Stadium kicks off for the second-half. Wigan's Reto Ziegler comes on for the injured Thompson.
2057: Liam Lawrence's volley from the edge of the area is saved by Middlesbrough keeper Mark Schwarzer.
2050: Middlesbrough kick off the second half of their game against North East rivals Sunderland. The Black Cats are 2-0 down against Steve McClaren's men.
2048: The whistle blows for half-time in the other Premiership games.
2046: GOAL Wigan 1-1 Everton
Paul Scharner levels for Wigan after volleying past Richard Wright in the Everton goal.
2043: West Brom's Geoff Horsfield sees his header tipped on to the post by Charlton keeper Thomas Myhre.
2036: Tottenham keeper Robinson reacts well to push away Brian McBride's volley from 12 yards.
2035: The referee blows for half-time in the match at the Stadium of Light with Middlesbrough two goals up against North East rivals Sunderland.
2029: Tottenham midfielder Andy Reid comes off with an injury and is replaced by Tom Huddlestone, who makes his first-team debut.
2024: Everton's Cahill has an effort ruled out for offside after McFadden's shot from outside the area is parried by keeper Pollitt.
2019: GOAL Sunderland 0-2 Middlesbrough
Stuart Parnaby doubles Middlesbrough's lead from the edge of the area after a one-two with striker Mark Viduka.
2015: Fulham's Carlos Bocanegra has his header from a free-kick brilliantly saved by England keeper Paul Robinson.
2014: Everton's James McFadden narrowly misses out on putting his side 2-0 up after his shot is block by Mike Pollitt in the Wigan goal.
2009: GOAL Wigan 0-1 Everton
David Thompson has the unfortunate last touch after poking home a deflected Tim Cahill shot.
2006: GOAL Sunderland 0-1 Middlesbrough
Emanuel Pogatetz sends a looping header over Kelvin Davis in the Sunderland goal, after connecting with Stewart Downing's cross.
2000: The remaining Premiership games kick off, including the game between Wigan and Everton at the JJB Stadium, which was delayed by 15 minutes.
1948: The North East derby between Sunderland and Middlesbrough kicks off at the Stadium of Light.
1922: The match between Wigan and Everton is delayed by 15 minutes due to a traffic incident - it will now kick off at 2000 GMT.
Charlton bring in striker Marcus Bent, who replaces Shaun Bartlett in attack.
West Brom include Andy Johnson and Neil Clement in place of Steve Watson and Ronnie Wallwork.
Fulham boss Chris Coleman keeps faith with the side that lost 2-1 at West Ham last week.
Tottenham make four changes from the goalless draw against Aston Villa, with Andy Reid making his first appearance since before Christmas in place of Teemu Tainio. Aaron Lennon, Grzegorz Rasiak and Paul Stalteri come in for Edgar Davids, Young-Pyo Lee and Jermain Defoe.
Wigan make seven changes from the side that lost to Manchester City in the FA Cup. Mike Pollitt, Gary Teale, Stephane Henchoz, Jimmy Bullard and Jason Roberts are all recalled to the starting line-up and skipper Arjan de Zeeuw is also back after a three-game absence with an ankle injury. David Thompson is also recalled.
Everton make three changes, with Richard Wright returning in goal because Nigel Martyn has an ankle injury. Tim Cahill replaces Simon Davies after serving a one-match suspension, while Alan Stubbs is back in central defence after being ineligible for the FA Cup tie with Chelsea.
Sunderland have Steve Caldwell back, who has recovered from a hamstring injury and an eye infection, while Anthony Le Tallec replaces Kevin Kyle.
Middlesbrough boss Steve McClaren brought in Mark Viduka for Yakubu, while Andrew Taylor came in for the injured Ugo Ehiogu and Doriva returned at Fabio Rochemback's expense.