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Last Updated: Saturday, 25 March 2006, 11:30 GMT
Saturday's football photos

Aston Villa fans reveal an orange banner at Villa Park

Aston Villa 0-0 Fulham: Villa manager David O'Leary is faced with a banner calling for his exit at Villa Park

Didier Drogba scores past David James for Chelsea

Chelsea 2-0 Man City: Controversy surrounds Didier Drogba's second goal in four minutes after it appears to hit an arm

Sylvain Distin is sent off while Danny Mills (l) looks on

Visiting captain Sylvain Distin receives his marching orders at Stamford Bridge but City show heart to the finish

Steven Gerrard leaves the field after being sent off

Liverpool 3-1 Everton: The Reds are reduced to ten men after Steven Gerrard is sent off for two yellow cards

Everton's Phil Neville (not pictured) scores an own goal

Despite the dismissal it is Liverpool who take the lead through Phil Neville's headed own goal in first-half injury-time

(l-r) Tim Cahill is congratulated by Phil Neville after scoring for Everton

Everton pull one back after Tim Cahill nods home Leon Osman's corner to set up an exciting finish at Anfield

Harry Kewell (r) shoots past Everton defender Alan Stubbs to make it 3-1

But Harry Kewell's thumping shot secures the points to move Liverpool up to second in the Premiership table

Portsmouth manager Harry Redknapp (l) shakes hands with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger at Fratton Park

Portsmouth v Arsenal: The late kick-off is postponed because a waterlogged pitch after heavy rain on the south coast

Kevin Doyle skids on his knees after scoring Reading's equaliser

Leicester City 1-1 Reading: Kevin Doyle's close-range header levels the scores at the Walkers Stadium

Reading striker Dave Kitson holds up banner in celebration

Other results ensure the Royals are promoted to the Premiership for the first time in their history

(l-r) Steve Coppell and John Madejski poses for photographers

Reading chairman John Madejski and boss Steve Coppell lead the Berkshire club's celebrations after achieving their aim

Steven Reid celebrates after scoring for Blackburn Rovers

Sunderland 0-1 Blackburn: Steven Reid's fine finish keeps Rovers in the race for the final Champions League spot

Wigan's Lee McCulloch shoots under a challenge by Nigel Reo-Coker

Wigan 1-2 West Ham: Lee McCulloch's right-foot-shot puts the Latics a goal up right on the stroke of half-time

Marlon Harewood beats Wigan goalkeeper Mike Pollitt to make it 1-1

But Marlon Harewood's equaliser, followed by a last-gasp winner, sees the Hammers escape with the points


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