Premier League weekend in pictures
All the action from the last three days in England's top flight
We take a look back at all the Premier League action over the weekend.
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Liverpool 0 West Brom 0: Frustrating night for Liverpool as Steven Gerrard fails on the spot against West Bromwich Albion
Tottenham Hotspur 2 Newcastle 1: Gareth Bale brace sees Tottenham take three points against Newcastle
Chelsea 4 Wigan Athletic 1: Chelsea ride their luck to save Rafa Benitez from the axe
Norwich City 0 Fulham 0: Bore draw brings little joy for Martin Jol and Chris Hughton
Stoke City 2 Reading 1: Stoke savour a rare win to halt Reading revival
Sunderland 0 Arsenal 1: 10-man Arsenal survive late Sunderland onslaught but lose Jack Wilshere to injury
Swansea City 4 Queens Park Rangers 1: Michu cashes in as Julio Cesar shows strain
Southampton City 3 Manchester City 1: Southampton write off Manchester City's title chances
Aston Villa 2 West Ham United 1: N’Zogbia casts off shackles of doubt against West Ham
Manchester United 2 Everton 0: Manchester United grab initiative with victory over Everton
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