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Latics back to winning ways

Posted Friday, September 25, 2009 by PA

Striker Hugo Rodallega's second goal of the season was enough to see Wigan beat West Ham 1-0 at the DW Stadium and ease some of the pressure on manager Roberto Martinez.The Colombia striker pounced in the 55th minute to stab home Jason Koumas' blocked shot and end a run of three successive Barclays Premier League defeats.Prior to that the main point of interest had been the form of England goalk...Full Story »

Wigan (WWLLL) v West Ham (LWWLD)

Posted Friday, September 25, 2009 by PA

Last season: Wigan 0 West Ham 1, West Ham 2 Wigan 1Wigan have failed to build on an impressive opening day win at Aston Villa, losing all three Premier League games since and scoring just once.West Ham have made an encouraging start to the new campaign and have looked solid at the back to complement their attractive brand of football.Mark Noble will open the scoring as the Hammers secure their s...Full Story »

United roar back to sink Spurs

Posted Friday, September 25, 2009 by PA

Manchester United were behind after a minute and reduced to 10 men but still recorded a 3-1 victory in a pulsating clash at White Hart Lane that ended Tottenham's 100% start to the Barclays Premier League season.Jermain Defoe's acrobatic strike opened the scoring but United have a history of comebacks against Spurs - 5-2 last season and 5-3 eight years ago - and they levelled through Ryan Giggs'...Full Story »

Tottenham (LWWWW) v Man Utd (WWLWW)

Posted Friday, September 25, 2009 by PA

Last season: Man Utd 5 Tottenham 2, Tottenham 0 Man Utd 0Tottenham have caught the eye in the opening weeks of the season and have a 100% record after four games to sit joint-top along with Chelsea.Manchester United were not at their best against Arsenal last time out but were still able to secure three points to make it three wins out of four.Jermain Defoe will maintain his impressive early sea...Full Story »

Tigers tamed by Black Cats

Posted Friday, September 25, 2009 by PA

Darren Bent continued his resurgence as he claimed a double to help Sunderland to a comprehensive 4-1 victory over Hull.The former Tottenham striker, who endured a miserable spell at White Hart Lane, took his tally for his new club to four with a 13th-minute penalty and a 66th-minute solo effort as the Black Cats eased past the Tigers.He was given a standing ovation when he was replaced by Kenwy...Full Story »

Sunderland (LWLWL) v Hull (LLLWD)

Posted Friday, September 25, 2009 by PA

Last season: Sunderland 1 Hull 0, Hull 1 Sunderland 4Sunderland will be looking to make a positive response to their defeat at Stoke last time out and could hand Michael Turner a debut against his former club.After losing their first two Premier League games, Hull have picked up four points in their last two games and Phil Brown has been busy strengthening his squad.Kenwyne Jones will open the s...Full Story »

Late Malouda strike shatters Stoke

Posted Friday, September 25, 2009 by PA

Carlo Ancelotti saw his Chelsea side stretch their 100% record to five matches at the Britannia Stadium as a stoppage-time goal from Florent Malouda secured a 2-1 victory.The Italian coach must have been living on his nerves as Stoke threw themselves into every challenge and looked like taking a point.However, Chelsea kept plugging away and got their rewards when Malouda finished well following ...Full Story »

Stoke (LWLDW) v Chelsea (WWWWW)

Posted Friday, September 25, 2009 by PA

Last season: Chelsea 2 Stoke 1, Stoke 0 Chelsea 2Stoke have made an excellent start to the season and occupy fifth place after winning two and drawing one of their first four games, keeping three clean sheets in the process.Chelsea are the early leaders in the Premier League after winning all four games and scoring 10 goals with some exhilarating football.The Potters will make life difficult for...Full Story »

Wanderers snatch last-gasp win

Posted Friday, September 25, 2009 by PA

Bolton snatched their first points of the season after Gary Cahill netted a controversial winner a minute from time to seal a 3-2 victory at Portsmouth.Tamir Cohen fired the Trotters ahead after 13 minutes, only for Younes Kaboul to head Portsmouth level after 22 minutes.Matthew Taylor's penalty put Bolton back in front six minutes before the break.Kevin-Prince Boateng then struck an equaliser o...Full Story »

Portsmouth (LLLLL) v Bolton (DLLLL)

Posted Friday, September 25, 2009 by PA

Last season: Portsmouth 1 Bolton 0, Bolton 2 Portsmouth 1Portsmouth have endured a miserable start to the Premier League season, losing all four games and scoring just once and will be looking for their new signings to produce the goods.Bolton have played a game less than Pompey and are also looking for their first win after defeats to Liverpool, Hull and Sunderland.Kevin Davies to open the scor...Full Story »

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