Chelsea win, Reds stunned
Chelsea's John Terry and Florent Malouda remonstrate with referee Mike Jones as frustration builds against Bolton.
Jussi Jaaskelainen looks on as Chelsea's Florent Malouda scores to hand the Blues their first win in seven Premier League games.
Wigan Athletic's Ben Watson scores from the penalty spot to give his side the lead against Arsenal
Arsenal's Andrey Arshavin scores the equaliser to make it 1-1 at the DW Stadium.
Nicklas Bendtner slots the ball home to give Arsenal a 2-1 lead against Wigan.
Arsenal's Sebastien Squillaci scores a costly own goal at the DW Stadium as Wigan earn a 2-2 draw.
The Liverpool and Wolves players applaud to honour the memory of ex Liverpool player Avi Cohen who died this week.
Liverpool manager Roy Hodgson feels the pressure against Wolves at Anfield.
Wolves celebrate Stephen Ward's winning goal against Liverpool.
Mario Balotelli was fouled in the area and dusted himself down to put Manchester City into the lead from the penalty spot.
Joleon Lescott heads in Manchester City's second goal as they hit cruise control against Aston Villa.
Mario Balotelli celebrates completing his hat-trick as Manchester City crush Aston Villa 4-0 at Eastlands.
Pacey winger Aaron Lennon gave Tottenham Hotspur the lead against Newcastle United.
Younes Kaboul gets his marching orders after forcing his head into that of Newcastle midfielder Cheik Tiote.
Gareth Bale bags Tottenham's second goal of the game to secure a 2-0 win against the Magpies.
It was an eventful afternoon for Blackburn's Nikola Kalinic - who scored twice before getting sent off against West Brom.
West Brom winger Jerome Thomas equalised against Blackburn to make it 1-1 at The Hawthorns
Mame Diouf celebrates scoring the final goal of the game as Blackburn secure a 3-1 win at West Brom.
Fulham defender Chris Baird celebrates a rare goal for Fulham as he opens the scoring against Stoke.
Chris Baird scores the second goal of his shock brace as Fulham bag a vital 2-0 win against Stoke.
Blackpool striker DJ Campbell missed a first-half sitter but atoned with both goals in a 2-0 win at Sunderland.
But Seamus Coleman equalised for the Toffees beofre half time and despite plenty of chances for both sides, the game finished 1-1.
An own goal from Tony Hibbert gave West Ham the lead against Everton at Upton Park.
Anderson and Barry Ferguson get shirty as Manchester United played at Birmingham City
Berbatov is congratulated by Wayne Rooney and AN Other.
Birmingham players do not take Dimitar Berbatov's strike well
Lee Bowyer scores the late goal that denied Manchester United