Saturday'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 10 November 2012
Arsenal 3 Fulham 3: Arsenal blow two-goal lead against Fulham as Mark Schwarzer saves a penalty
Everton 2 Sunderland 1: Late rally by Everton keeps unbeaten record against Sunderland intact
Reading 0 Norwich 0: Reading remain in the bottom three after goalless draw against Norwich
Southampton 1 Swansea 1: Southampton manager Nigel Adkins denied much-need victory
Stoke 1 Queens Park Rangers 0: Stoke's win increases pressure on manager Mark Hughes
Wigan 1 West Brom 2: Morrison's powerful header inspires West Brom to first Premier League win
Aston Villa 2 vs Manchester United 3: Javier Hernandez inspires dramatic Manchester United comeback against Aston Villa
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