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Blackburn 1 : 1 Birmingham - Rovers rally to hold Blues

Posted Sunday, April 10, 2011 by PA

Junior Hoilett capitalised on a Birmingham defensive blunder to grab his side a point in a hard-fought Barclays Premier League relegation battle at Ewood Park that ended 1-1. Hoilett pounced on an error by Liam Ridgewell to burst clear and beat keeper Ben Foster in first-half injury time in a dramatic end to the opening period. Lee Bowyer had earlier put Blues in front with a header from point...Full Story »

Chelsea 1 : 0 Wigan Athletic - Blues down Latics

Posted Sunday, April 10, 2011 by PA

A Chelsea player ended a two-and-a-half month goal drought today but it was not Fernando Torres as Florent Malouda sealed an ugly 1-0 win over Wigan. Malouda drove home through a crowd of players with 23 minutes remaining to ensure the stuttering Barclays Premier League champions moved back into third place, two points clear of Manchester City. But Torres' misery continued, the Spaniard floppi...Full Story »

Tottenham 3 : 2 Stoke City - Redknapp`s faith in Crouch pays off for Spurs

Posted Sunday, April 10, 2011 by PA

Harry Redknapp's decision to keep faith with Peter Crouch paid off as the striker scored twice against Stoke in a 3-2 win to give Tottenham their first victory in almost two months. Despite his costly dismissal against Real Madrid in midweek, the England striker started the game and took only 10 minutes to open the scoring with a well-taken header before Luka Modric made it 2-0. Crouch added h...Full Story »

Sunderland 2 : 3 West Bromwich - Scharner earns big win for Baggies

Posted Sunday, April 10, 2011 by PA

Paul Scharner dumped Sunderland deep into relegation trouble as West Brom gave their own Barclays Premier League survival hopes a massive boost with a 3-2 win. The Austria international fired home a 72nd-minute winner at the Stadium of Light to leave his former boss at Wigan, Steve Bruce, in the thick of the fight against the drop. Victory extended the Baggies' unbeaten run to seven games, six...Full Story »

Man Utd. 2 : 0 Fulham - Reds move 10 points clear

Posted Sunday, April 10, 2011 by PA

There was no Grand National glory for Sir Alex Ferguson but Manchester United continue to power their own way towards the Premier League title with a 2-0 win over Fulham at Old Trafford. First-half strikes from Dimitar Berbatov - his 22nd of the season - and Antonio Valencia with his first since August allowed United to surge 10 points clear of nearest challengers Arsenal. And, if they can kee...Full Story »

Bolton 3 : 0 West Ham - Sturridge stars in Trotters triumph

Posted Sunday, April 10, 2011 by PA

On-loan striker Daniel Sturridge sent Bolton heading down Wembley way with a spring in their step after this emphatic 3-0 victory at the Reebok Stadium. Sturridge, though, will be there in spirit only when they face Stoke in an FA Cup semi-final a week tomorrow as he played for Chelsea earlier in the competition. He took his tally to six goals in eight games today and has arguably been one of ...Full Story »

Wolves 0 : 3 Everton - Three-sy for Toffees

Posted Saturday, April 09, 2011 by PA

Everton maintained their late-season push for a European spot as a 3-0 win increased Wolves' Barclays Premier League relegation fears. Goals from Jermaine Beckford, skipper Phil Neville - his first for three years - and Diniyar Bilyaletdinov effectively ended the game as a contest before the interval. Everton have now taken 14 points from a six-game unbeaten run to keep alive their hopes of br...Full Story »

Madrid to do without Benzema

Posted Friday, April 08, 2011 by PA

Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho will be unable to call on Karim Benzema for Saturday's Primera Division encounter at Athletic Bilbao despite welcoming the France international back to training this week.Benzema has been sidelined since picking up a thigh injury on international duty recently and missed Madrid's surprise home reverse against Sporting Gijon last weekend and the 4-0 win over Totte...Full Story »

Chelsea FC 0 : 1 Manchester United - Rooney hands United advantage

Posted Thursday, April 07, 2011 by PA

Wayne Rooney was a TV star once more - this time for all the right reasons as his clinical first-half goal gave Manchester United a 1-0 Champions League triumph over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Rooney went into the quarter-final first-leg tie still not knowing what his punishment will be for the four-letter outburst at West Ham on Saturday. But the uncertainty didn't affect him as he took full...Full Story »

Barcelona 5 : 1 FC Shakhtar Donetsk - Five-star Barca destroy Donetsk

Posted Thursday, April 07, 2011 by PA

Barcelona all but secured their spot in the Champions League semi-finals and a probable showdown with arch rivals Real Madrid after building a huge 5-1 first-leg lead over Shakhtar Donetsk. Following on from Madrid's 4-0 thumping of Tottenham, Barca appear to have done all the hard work in their home quarter-final tie after another memorable European night at the Nou Camp. Andres Iniesta, Dani...Full Story »

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