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11 Sep 2010 16:30:58

Premier League live

Follow Sportsmail's coverage of all the 3pm kick-offs where seven Barclays Premier League matches will be featured, highlighted by the top versus bottom London derby, where high flying Chelsea meet struggling West Ham. Other games include Arsenal v Bolton, Fulham v Wolves, Manchester City v Blackburn, Newcastle v Blackpool, West Brom v Tottenham and Wigan v Sunderland. Email me your thoughts on the day's action at dan.ripley@dailymail.co.uk  Premier League Live scoresArsenal 4-1 Bolton FT West Ham 1-3 Chelsea FT Everton 3-3 Man United  FT (12.45pm) Fulham 2-1 Wolves FT Man City 1-1 Blackburn FT Newcastle 0-2 Blackpool FT West Brom 1-1 Tottenham FT Wigan 1-1 Sunderland FT 17.07: Finally you have to be happy with that folks! (Except fans of Bolton, West Ham etc) Goals galore and plenty of drama, in fact only Newcastle failed to score today and that was because of Matt Gilks who was incredible in the Blackpool goal. Thanks for following, have a good evening. 17.05: It's looking bad, very bad for West Ham as they have played four and lost four. Only Everton and Stoke are in reach, but with the latter due to play on Monday and the former playing better than their league table position suggests, West Ham are in danger of playing catch up already. 17.00: Meanwhile Champions League hopefuls Man City and Spurs continue their stuttering start as they sit mid-table after drawing today. Quiet: Van der Vaart was largely kept at bay as West Brom dominated the second half against Spurs 16.58: Chelsea and Arsenal both enter double figures in points as they go first and second respectively at the top of the table. The Blackpool carnival keeps going though and they sit fourth in the league. Four games gone or not, that is incredible. 16.55: In much of that pandemonium below I also don't know how West Brom have not won this. Carlo Cudicini who was suspect in the defeat to Wigan has no doubt been the sole reason his team will take a home the point they clinged on to. 16.52: GOAL! Fulham 2-1 Wolves Moussa Dembele hits a free-kick that appears to go through the wall to grab what has to be the winner for the Cottagers. 16.51: RED CARD (Wolves) Christophe Berra picks up his second yellow and in doing so gives Fulham a free-kick on the edge of the box. 16.49: Miss of the sea...no make that miss of the century. Frederic Piquionne hits the bar from one yard out. You try that at your local park and I guarantee you it's impossible. 16.48: GOAL! Wigan 1-1 Sunderland He won't know much about it but Antolin Alcaraz has put grabbed a crucial equaliser for Wigan, as MArtinez can breath a sigh of relief. Deadly counter: DJ Campbell ensures Blackpool grab victory at St James' Park 16.46: GOAL! Newcastle 0-2 Blackpool Newcastle pay the price for throwing everyone forward, Blackpool counter attack and DJ Campbell scores on his debut to surely grab Blackpool's second away win of the season. 16.45: Matthew Gilks is on fire, Carroll looks like he is going to score for Newcastle but again Gilks sticks out a leg to scramble the ball away. 16.44: GOAL! West Ham 1-3 Chelsea In fact it finally improves, Scott Parker hits a sweet strike from the edge of the box to become the first man to score against Chelsea this season. 16.42: GOAL! West Ham 0-3 Chelsea Michael Essien headers his second of the game and it just does not get any worse for West Ham. 16.41: Blackpool have shut up shop at Newcastle but can they hold on to what will be a stunning victory. 16.40: GOAL! Arsenal 4-1 Bolton Passes galore, but what do you expect from Arsenal? Carlos Vela ends a splendid move which sees Arsenal score their tenth goal in two games at home. On song: Alex Song puts daylight between Arsenal and Bolton 16.34: GOAL! Arsenal 3-1 Bolton Beautiful. Alex Song puts a delightful chip over Alex Bogdan to put this contest to bed. 16.32: Not the home onslaught you may expect at Eastlands, Rovers have held their own and looked dangerous themselves in the second half. 16.31: Man City need to start winning but Paul Robinson is in no mood to help out as he produces a fine save from Gareth Barry's 20 yard strike. Ghanaian goal: Asamoah Gyan scores on his debut 16.31: Harry Redknapp is hoping to change things at West Brom as Robbie Keane is on for the disappointing Roman Pavlyuchenko. 16.28: Going through the motions at Upton Park, Chelsea looking very comfortable at the moment. 16.26: GOAL! Wigan 0-1 Sunderland £13m pounds well spent as Asamoah Gyan sends the visiting fans in to raptures by scoring on his debut. Straight red: Stuart Atwell shows what he thinks of Gary Cahill's attempted tackle 16.22: RED CARD (Bolton) Very controversial, Arsenal moments after being very lucky not to concede  free-kick are now a man up as well as a goal up after Gary Cahill receives a straight red card. His challenge looks no worse than a yellow, and Bolton have a massive uphill task now. 16.19: Fulham also going gung-ho and probably should have had a penalty with Simon Davies being brought down in the box by Marcus Hahnemann, Wolves counting their lucky stars there. 16.18: It's another fantastic save from Matthew Gilks who dives down low to his left to deny Joey Barton, Newcastle piling on the pressure. 1-1? Not anymore: Chamakh restores Arsenal's lead 16.16: GOAL! Arsenal 2-1 Bolton Having conceded that shock equaliser, Arsenal are back in front with Marouane Chamakh nodding in the Gunners' second. 16.15: GOAL! Manchester City 1-1 Blackburn Easy stuff. Carlos Tevez evades Gael Givet before laying the ball across the box for Patrick Vieira to slot home. 16.11: GOAL! Fulham 1-1 Wolves Moussa Dembele has equalised for Fulham after a scramble in the box for the loose ball. 16.10: Good five minutes for goalkeeping with Scott Carson making a great save with his foot to deny Gareth Bale. 16.08: Newcastle starting brightly at St James' Park, Andy Carroll is through on goal but keeper Matthew Gilks is quick to advance and fumble the in form striker. 16.05: Back underway all round the grounds. 15.56: Having said that Hammers fans, Chelsea have won all their last 17 Premier League games in which they have led by more than a goal at half-time. Gulp (Thanks to InfoStradaLive for that) 15.53: I said it would be quite eventful. No home sides lead, and no sides look dead and buried. Yes I include West ham in that. 15.50: Half-time in the Premier League. Respect: Adam celebrated his Blackpool goal by making a tribute to youth team coach Gary Parkinson who recently suffered a stroke 15.45: GOAL! Newcastle 0-1 Blackpool Alan Smith's rash challenge in the box leads to a penalty for the Seasiders, and Charlie Adam continues their Premier league fairytale by converting the spot-kick. 15.44: GOAL! Arsenal 1-1 Bolton He has made up for his fluffed chance early on, Johan Elmander has started the season well as he headers home from close range. 15.40: GOAL! West Brom 1-1 Tottenham First chance from the game West Brom and they score! Chris Brunt heads home from the back post to put the Baggies back in it. 15.37: Arsenal dominating at the Emirates but it's Bolton who have a great chance to score with Johan Elmander forcing a brilliant save from the much maligned Manuel Almunia, the keeper making a great reflex save from just yards out. Off again: Lee Cattermole is sent off for the second time this season 15.35: That is it for Modric as well who also comes off injured for Spurs with Niko Kranjcar on to replace the goal scorer. 15.33: It gets worse for Mark Hughes, as Bobby Zamora has had to limp off at Craven Cottage with Zoltan Gera on in his place. Fulham just starting to edge that encounter. 15.27: GOAL! West Brom 0-1 Tottenham They deserve it, carnage in the box is capitalised by Luka Modric who casually fires Harry Redknapp's side in front. Blunder: Kalinic pounces to put Rovers ahead 15.25: GOAL! Manchester City 0-1 Blackburn Calamity stuff at Eastlands. Joe Hart and Kolo Toure are not reading the same book as a long ball is cut out by neither with Nikola Kalinic happy to tuck away the opening goal. Maiden strike: Koscielny gets the Gunners going 15.24: GOAL! Arsenal 1-0 Bolton It has been coming, Cesc Fabregas ball in to the box finds Laurent Koscielny who has two bites of the cherry to score his first goal for the club. 15.24: RED CARD (Sunderland) Steve Bruce will be fuming. Lee Cattermole has received his second booking at Wigan and he has been sent off for the second time this season. Bruce brought in Howard Webb to try and improve his teams discipline problems and it seems to have fallen on deaf ears. 15.22: West Ham were starting to edge the play in that one as well, but Chelsea have the initiative now, as Matthew Upson gets a crucial block on a Kalou shot. 15.18: GOAL! West Ham 0-2 Chelsea Robert Green hang your head in shame! the West Ham stopper fumbles a 35 yard free-kick from Drogba and as Matthew Upson goes to clear the danger it hits Salomon Kalou and loops in. Nightmare stuff. 15.16: Adam Johnson is continuing from where he left off for England, he has proven to be a nuisance for the Rovers defence after a fine run ends with a shot that goes just off target. 15.14: All about the away sides at the moment. Spurs playing the better at the Hawthorns, Van der Vaart and Luka  Modric have looked sharp in the midfield for Spurs. 15.12: GOAL! Fulham 0-1 Wolves Wolves have started the season well...very well. Jelle Van Damme puts Mick McCarthy's side in front at Craven Cottage. 15.10: Wigan have started the better at the DW Stadium, Hugo Rodallega nodding down a header for Mohamed Diame whose effort fails to trouble Simon Mignolet. 15.05: End to end stuff at Eastlands, Blackburn have a corner which City scramble away in panic, and from that they break which Adam Johnson caught in two minds whether to pass or shoot, fires wide. Early goal: Essien headers Chelsea in front 15.03: GOAL! West Ham 0-1 Chelsea Didier Drogba sends in a corner to Michael Essien who headers home unmarked. Looks like Carlton Cole may have had the last touch but it would be harsh to take it away from the Ghanaian. Either way shocking defending and a shocking start for the Hammers. 15.02: Games are underway... 14.59: Teams are out across the country, Everton and Manchester United set the tempo, let us hope the rest follow. 14.57: Worth noting in that game at Upton Park, Lars Jacobsen makes his debut as does Tal Ben-Haim against his former side. 14.54: No Florent Malouda for Chelsea, being saved for the Champions League perhaps? Ramires does start for carlo Ancelotti highlighting the strength in depth for the Blues. 14.50: No debut for Newcastle's Sol Campbell, who is on the bench, as is Cheick Tiote and Hatem Ben Arfa. The Toon Army are boosted by Andy Carroll passing a fitness test. 14.48: Interesting line up from Tottenham as they start Pavlyuchenko on his own up front, as well as handing debuts to William Gallas and Rafael Van der Vaart. 14.44: Some highlights from the team news, Sebastien Squillaci makes his debut as he starts for the Gunners at home to Bolton. 14.39: It's full time at Goodison Park, you can read how that incredible game unfolded by clicking here. 14.37: Everton have just scored twice in injury time to make it 3-3! Mikel Arteta grabbing the equaliser. 14.35: In good time here is the rest from the 3pm kick-offs: West Brom v TottenhamWest Brom: Carson, Jara, Tamas, Olsson, Shorey, Mulumbu, Odemwingie, Scharner, Brunt, Thomas, Fortune. Subs: Myhill, Tchoyi, Pablo, Barnes, Bednar, Reid, Cox.Tottenham: Cudicini, Corluka, Kaboul, Gallas, Bale, Lennon, Palacios, Huddlestone, Van der Vaart, Modric, Pavlyuchenko. Subs: Pletikosa, Jenas, Keane, Crouch, Bassong, Kranjcar, Assou-Ekotto.Referee: Howard Webb (S Yorkshire)Newcastle v BlackpoolNewcastle: Harper, Perch, Coloccini, Williamson, Jose Enrique, Routledge, Smith, Barton, Gutierrez, Nolan, Carroll. Subs: Krul, Campbell, Lovenkrands, Ryan Taylor, Ameobi, Tiote, Ben Arfa.Blackpool: Gilks, Keinan, Eardley, Evatt, Crainey, Adam, Grandin, Vaughan, Varney, Campbell, Ormerod. Subs: Halstead, Southern, Harewood, Euell, Phillips, Edwards, Carney.Referee: Lee Mason (Lancashire)Wigan v SunderlandWigan: Al Habsi, Stam, Gohouri, Alcaraz, Figueroa, Thomas, McCarthy, Diame, Boyce, Boselli, Rodallega. Subs: Kirkland, Di Santo, Watson, N'Zogbia, Steven Caldwell, Gomez, Cleverley.Sunderland: Mignolet, Onuoha, Ferdinand, Bramble, Richardson, Malbranque, Elmohamady, Cattermole, Henderson, Bent, Welbeck. Subs: Carson, Bardsley, Mensah, Zenden, Riveros, Colback, Gyan.Referee: Andre Marriner (W Midlands)Fulham v WolverhamptonFulham: Schwarzer, Pantsil, Hughes, Hangeland, Kelly, Davies, Etuhu, Murphy, Dempsey, Zamora, Dembele. Subs: Etheridge, Baird, Gera, Riise, Eddie Johnson, Greening, Halliche.Wolverhampton: Hahnemann, Van Damme, Mancienne, Foley, Berra, Jarvis, Henry, Craddock, Ward, Ebanks-Blake, Doyle. Subs: Hennessey, Elokobi, Stearman, Fletcher, David Jones, Bent, Guedioura.Referee: Phil Dowd (Staffordshire) 14.31: News from Goodison Park is Everton trail Manchester United 3-1. That is without Rooney by the way who was left out the squad by Sir Alex Ferguson. 14.30: And here is the first of them from Upton Park, the Emirates and Eastlands: West Ham v ChelseaWest Ham: Green, Jacobsen, Ben-Haim, Upson, Ilunga, Parker, Behrami, Noble, Boa Morte, Cole, Obinna. Subs: Stech, Tomkins, Dyer, Barrera, Kovac, Faubert, Piquionne.Chelsea: Cech, Ferreira, Ivanovic, Terry, Cole, Essien, Mikel, Ramires, Anelka, Drogba, Kalou. Subs: Turnbull, Benayoun, Malouda, Zhirkov, Sturridge, Alex, Kakuta.Referee: Chris Foy (Merseyside)Arsenal v BoltonArsenal: Almunia, Eboue, Koscielny, Squillaci, Gibbs, Song, Wilshere, Rosicky, Fabregas, Arshavin, Chamakh. Subs: Fabianski, Diaby, Sagna, Nasri, Vela, Denilson, Clichy.Bolton: Bogdan, Steinsson, Knight, Cahill, Robinson, Lee, Muamba, Holden, Petrov, Kevin Davies, Elmander. Subs: Lainton, Taylor, Mark Davies, Klasnic, Ricketts, Blake, Andrew O'Brien.Referee: Stuart Attwell (Warwickshire)Man City v BlackburnMan City: Hart, Richards, Toure, Kompany, Lescott, Wright-Phillips, Toure Yaya, Milner, Vieira, Adam Johnson, Tevez. Subs: Given, Zabaleta, Santa Cruz, Barry, Silva, Jo, Boyata.Blackburn: Robinson, Salgado, Samba, Nelsen, Givet, Mame Diouf, Jones, Grella, Pedersen, El-Hadji Diouf, Kalinic. Subs: Bunn, Olsson, Emerton, Dunn, Nzonzi, Mwaruwari, Chimbonda.Referee: Mark Clattenburg (Tyne & Wear) 14.28: Good afternoon, don't be fooled by the lack of  'blockbuster' fixtures today. The Premier League often produces it's best weekends when you least expect it and I have a feeling we won't be lacking entertainment or drama today. Arsenal look to continue their good start to the season as they host a Bolton side that showed incredible determination to come back from two goals down in their last outing. I did mention the lack of big fixtures today but Chelsea v West Ham is going to be a biggie. West Ham boss Avram Grant faces the side he was literally inches away from winning the Champions League with. But this time he will be gunning for a precious three points for the pointless Hammers. Fulham, having drawn all three of their opening games are at home to Mick McCarthy's unbeaten Wolves, while Blackburn will hope to get their season back on track as they visit Manchester City, who suffered a surprise defeat at Sunderland two weeks ago. Newcastle won 6-0 last time they played at home and Blackpool lost 6-0 the last time they played away, so expects a 0-0 bore draw at St James Park. West Brom have won the last two times they have played Tottenham at the Hawthorns and speaking of beating Spurs, Wigan will hope their surprise victory at White Hart Lane will help kick start their season as Steve Bruce returns with Sunderland to the DW Stadium. As usual team news on the way as it comes in... 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