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  • CARDIFF 2-1 NORWICH NO GOAL![norwich]
    Hughton sends on subs Fer and Redmond, and within a minute or two the former feeds the latter for a smart finish. Redmond's just about to start the celebrations when he spots a linesman's flag, and it's the correct call

    2/1/2014 4:35:57 PM
  • FULHAM 0-3 SOUTHAMPTON
    Jubilation for the Saints, but despair for Fulham at the Cottage.
    2/1/2014 4:37:23 PM
  • HULL 1-1 SPURS
    Spurs win a free-kick 30 yards out and Vertonghen has a crack, but he slices it well wide.
    2/1/2014 4:37:29 PM
  • CARDIFF 2-1 NORWICH SAVE![save]
    Hard to do this bit of Marshall handiwork justice. It's a breathtaking stop from the Cardiff keeper, down like lightning to his right to push away Redmond's low drive. Norwich recycle the ball, and Hooper is denied by Bellamy's goal-line clearance. Norwich getting closer
    2/1/2014 4:38:31 PM
  • STOKE 2-1 MAN UTD
    A spectacular volley from Assaidi draws a fine save from de Gea following Evra's poor defensive header and Stoke have a corner. The United keeper makes a hash of claiming the cross so the Potters have another. Van Persie heads this one behind and the third almost falls kindly for Stoke six yards out, but United hack clear. Hernandez replaces Van Persie for United.
    2/1/2014 4:39:41 PM
  • CARDIFF 2-1 NORWICH
    Marshall almost blots his copybook as he misses a left-wing cross and can only watch as Martin rattles a volley over the net with Cardiff defenders retreating to the goal-line. No sulking from the Scot, though, who's up to keep out Fer's point-blank header moments later
    2/1/2014 4:40:47 PM
  • SKY BET ODDS
    [betting]Here’s an update from the Sky Bet trading room – Manchester United are under a bit of pressure at the Britannia but we give them a good chance of getting a draw at 9/4. Spurs are 4/1 to find a winner at Hull, while Everton are 1/33 to see out a win after getting a late goal at home to Villa. Bet in-play here.
    2/1/2014 4:41:08 PM
  • [goal] GOAL! EVERTON 2-1 ASTON VILLA (Mirallas)
    Is this the winner we were talking about? Baines and Mirallas are stood over a 30-yard free-kick, and your money would be on Baines. In fact it's Mirallas who hits it, bending the ball over the wall and away from Guzan's dive
    2/1/2014 4:41:51 PM
  • Baines has got to take this... How did I doubt you? It's absolutely stunning. I was sitting there thinking it had to be Baines. It's Mirallas! It's 2-1! [charlienicholas]

    2/1/2014 4:42:43 PM
  • HULL 1-1 SPURS
    Spurs give the ball away and Long releases Jelavic but his shot is well saved low to his left by Lloris.
    2/1/2014 4:45:06 PM
  • CARDIFF 2-1 NORWICH POST![norwich]
    Norwich can't do much more here.At last Marshall is beaten, but Snodgrass' near-post header thuds back off the frame and Cardiff survive again
    2/1/2014 4:45:11 PM
  • EVERTON 2-1 VILLA CHANCE!
    Great opportunity for Naismith to secure the points, but he heads straight at Guzan from six yards. Villa don't look like getting anything, all the same
    2/1/2014 4:46:13 PM
  • STOKE 2-1 MAN UTD
    David Moyes is out on the touchline barking out instructions. Can Juan Mata or Wayne Rooney create the moment of magic they need in the dying stages? [jeffstelling]

    2/1/2014 4:47:17 PM
  • STOKE 2-1 MAN UTD
    Desperate defending from Stoke as United pour forwards in search of an equaliser. Bodies being thrown all over the shop they're doing just enough to keep the visitors at bay.
    2/1/2014 4:47:37 PM
  • CARDIFF 2-1 NORWICH
    Norwich pummeling Cardiff, who are scrapping like mad to preserve maximum points. Is there time for the visitors?
    2/1/2014 4:49:20 PM
  • HULL 1-1 SPURS 
    Paulinho takes a touch when the chance is there for the shot as the ball falls to him in the box. Hull clear the ensuing corner. Soldado booked for a petulant foul.
    2/1/2014 4:49:32 PM
  • EVERTON 2-1 VILLA CLOSE!
    Villa almost snatch a draw out of nothing as Albrighton's long-range dig takes a nick off a defender and clears a flapping Howard's bar by inches
    2/1/2014 4:51:13 PM
  • [full-time]FULHAM 0-3 SOUTHAMPTON
    No joy for struggling Fulham as Saints run riot. Extremely impressive
    2/1/2014 4:52:08 PM
  • [full-time]HULL 1-1 SPURS 
    All over at the KC Stadium and Paulinho's second-half goal has earned Spurs a share in a hard-fought game.
    2/1/2014 4:52:11 PM
  • Ouch! Fulham are heading for the bottom of table this evening...

    2/1/2014 4:52:46 PM
  • [full-time]EVERTON 2-1 VILLA
    Ugly old game but Everton won't care. They turn it round to hit straight back after the midweek derby defeat
    2/1/2014 4:52:47 PM
  • STOKE 2-1 MAN UTD [post]
    We're into seven minutes of injury-time here. Rooney's shot is tipped onto the post by Begovic and in the ensuing scramble, the ball falls to Cleverley, but he lashes over the bar from eight yards.
    2/1/2014 4:53:38 PM
  • [full-time]CARDIFF 2-1 NORWICH
    Cardiff do hang on as a landmark Bellamy goal and a debut Jones strike give them the points. The real star? Goalkeeper David Marshall
    2/1/2014 4:53:40 PM
  • He scored. His team won. And yet Craig Bellamy still can't resist having a post-match word with the ref...

    2/1/2014 4:54:43 PM
  • STOKE 2-1 MAN UTD
    It's all United at the moment. Stoke are still hanging on. About three minutes left. [tonycottee]

    2/1/2014 4:55:59 PM
  • STOKE 2-1 MAN UTD
    Some comedy, panicked Stoke defending as United pour forwards and set up camp. Finally Stoke clear and earn some respite...
    2/1/2014 4:57:28 PM
  • STOKE 2-1 MAN UTD[full-time]
    All over and Stoke have a critical three points as United's miserable season continues. Adam's stunning strike the difference for the Potters and there will be more difficult questions for David Moyes in the days ahead.

    2/1/2014 4:59:42 PM
  • Full-time handshakes between the managers...

    2/1/2014 5:00:59 PM
  • ... but the difficult run goes on for David Moyes

    2/1/2014 5:01:09 PM
  • Classified time... here's what happened in the Championship today.

    2/1/2014 5:02:57 PM
  • 2/1/2014 5:03:08 PM
  • And here's League 2

    2/1/2014 5:03:18 PM
  • WHAT AN AFTERNOON
    It's been a great day if you support Stoke City, who move up to 11th in the Premier League table with that win over Manchester United, a result which leaves the champions six points behind fourth placed Liverpool, who have a game in hand. Fulham are now bottom of the table after their defeat to Southampton.
    2/1/2014 5:07:57 PM
  • PLAYER REACTION [twitter]

    2/1/2014 5:10:48 PM
  • And here's how the table looks after all of that. A heavy defeat for West Brom against Liverpool on Super Sunday could see them slip into the bottom three, while the whole bottom half are within three points of the drop zone!

    2/1/2014 5:11:04 PM
  • Everton and Southampton were the only two sides in the top half to win today. Manchester United now lie 13 points behind Manchester City, who face Chelsea on Monday night

    2/1/2014 5:11:18 PM
  • REACTION TO FOLLOW
    There's LOADS of football (and other great sport) coming your way on Sky Sports this evening. Stick with us here on the blog for the thoughts of the people that matter after what we've seen.
    2/1/2014 5:16:19 PM
  • GAME OF THE DAY [saturdaynightfootball]
    Speaking of what you can see on Sky Sports this evening, our GAME OF THE DAY is Stoke v Manchester United. See it in full on Sky Sports 2 from 8pm, followed by Match Choice where you can see extended highlights of all of the 3pm kick-offs and the Tyne-Wear derby.
    2/1/2014 5:18:06 PM
  • STOKE 2-1 MAN UTD REACTION [stoke]
    Stoke's matchwinner Charlie Adam has just been speaking to Sky Sports.
    It's a big win, especially when you're playing a team like that with quality all over the pitch. It's a massive three points.

    2/1/2014 5:20:02 PM
  • HULL 1-1 TOTTENHAM
    Shane Long says he is enjoying his blossoming partnership with Nikica Jelavic
    2/1/2014 5:21:15 PM
  • LEEDS SAGA RUMBLES ON [leeds]
    Brian McDermott remains the first-team manager at Leeds United and has not been sacked, the Championship club has said in a statement.

    McDermott was axed last night by the Cellino family who are set to take over the club, but it later emerged the solicitor who spoke to McDermott had no authority to sack him given a takeover is not yet complete.

    2/1/2014 5:23:53 PM
  • STOKE 2-1 MAN UTD REACTION [manchesterunited]
    David Moyes said he was happy with his side's performance, but they only have themselves to blame for not taking their chances.
    I don't know what we have to do to win. We played well today. We lost to a wicked deflection from a free-kick and the second was a worldy of a strike. With the amount of opportunities we had today we should have won.

    2/1/2014 5:29:15 PM
  • MAN UTD INJURY NEWS [manchesterunited]
    The champions lost two defenders during today's game. David Moyes has confirmed that Phil Jones has a concussion and "should be ok", while Jonny Evans has a calf strain. Tom Cleverley also complained of double vision during the game, while Robin van Persie is still not ready to play a full 90 minutes.
    2/1/2014 5:31:45 PM
  • EVERTON 2-1 ASTON VILLA REACTION [astonvilla]
    Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert reckons a tough recent schedule was behind his team's defeat at Goodison
    2/1/2014 5:32:55 PM
  • STOKE 2-1 MAN UTD REACTION
    Potters boss Mark Hughes admitted Stoke's deflected opening goal was fortunate - but felt his players were due a touch of fortune. [stoke]
    Today they were, to a man, fantastic. We got a little bit of luck, which we all felt we haven't had in recent months.

    2/1/2014 5:35:22 PM
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