Today's Premier League results and match reports
A look at all today's Premier League results and fixtures including match reports for every game.
Saturday 15 December 2012
Today's results and fixtures...
Newcastle 1 Manchester City 3: Manchester City defeat Newcastle to keep pressure on Manchester United
Liverpool 1 Aston Villa 3: Liverpool's dominance goes unrewarded as Aston Villa net three to win
Manchester United 3 Sunderland 1: Two goals in quick succession from Tom Cleverley and Robin van Persie ease Manchester United to victory over Sunderland
Norwich City 2 Wigan Athletic 1: Norwich scrape a hard fought win over Wigan
Queens Park Rangers 2 Fulham 1: Adel Taarabt brace earns QPR their first win of the season against Fulham
Stoke City 1 Everton 1: Everton held at Stoke City as Kenwyne Jones nets first league goal in over a year
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