Today's Premier League results and match reports
Saturday 06 October 2012
Today's Premier League results…
Manchester City 3 Sunderland 0: Manchester City ease to win over Sunderland
Chelsea 4 Norwich 1: Chelsea cruise to easy win over Norwich
Swansea 2 Reading 2: Swansea City fight back to claim point against Reading
West Bromwich Albion 3 QPR 2:West Bromwich Albion defeat QPR to increase pressure on Mark Hughes
Wigan 2 Everton 2: Wigan Athletic denied win by late Everton goal
West Ham 1 Arsenal 3: Gunners soar after Giroud finds his feet
To read the full match reports, click on the matches above.
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