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9 November 2013 Last updated at 19:42 GMT

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  1. 1934: 

    Penalties, comebacks, hat-tricks, Cupsets and traffic chaos.

    Just your average Saturday in the footballing world really!

    Hope you all enjoyed it, thanks for your input as ever, including the tactical similarity of West Ham to the World Cup mascot. Genius.

    We'll be back tomorrow where I'll be hiding from Bishop's Stortford v Northampton. See you there...

  2. 1933: 
    PLAYER REACTION- Norwich 3-1 West Ham

    Norwich goalscorer Robert Snodgrass: "At half-time the manager told us that we needed to relax on the ball. We have played well against some top sides and have not got the results.

    "We worked really hard on the training ground this week and it's great to give something back to the fans. Especially those who went to the 7-0 defeat to Manchester City. We are delighted to get the three points.

    "I know people speak about Chris Hughton being under pressure. But it just shows you in a so-called pressure game he plays two strikers up front and we showed our character. We put things right and everything worked on the night."

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    Mark Hassall: maybe Delia had the half time team talk after all?

    James Anderson: Might Big Sam's decision not to buy a striker cost him big time? Shouldn't be losing 3-1 after leading 1-0 at Norwich!

    Benjamin Hoare: Clubs should back their manager this season. Its so close from 9th - 18th a couple of results will put a club near the top half

  4. 1926: 

    The running order for tonight's Match of the Day has landed.

    1. Chelsea/West Brom, 2. Liverpool/Fulham, 3. Southampton/Hull, 4. Norwich/WestHam, 5. Villa/Cardiff, 6. Palace/Everton

    You can watch that lot on BBC One at 2250 GMT.

  5. 1925: 
    FULL-TIME STATS- Norwich 3-1 West Ham
    Norwich v West Ham

    West Ham may have ended the day with more possession but Norwich peppered the goal with shots in the second half and were much improved. Hugely improved.

  6. 1923: 

    A big win for Norwich and their manager. Delia Smith and the rest of the board look suitably impressed in the stands, the whole atmosphere is a world away from the gloom and doom at half-time. It just goes to show what confidence and goals can do to a team.

  7. 1923: 
    FULL-TIME- Norwich 3-1 West Ham
  8. 1921: 
    GOAL- Norwich 3-1 West Ham - Leroy Fer (90 mins)

    A third goal has been coming and Norwich duly find it! Leroy Fer nips away from James Tomkins on the edge of the box, slides a low shot past Jussi Jaaskelainen on the stretch, and then runs to the dugouts and flattens Sabastien Bassong in a celebratory pile-on!

  9. 1919: 
    Norwich 2-1 West Ham

    Robert Snodgrass leaves Razvan Rat for dead with a clever twist of the hips and Nathan Redmond ends the move with a shot over the top. Since drawing level Norwich have been a different side altogether.

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    James Sanders: A prime example of how the awarding of a penalty can completely change the complexion of a game. It's all about confidence.

    Nobra commander: Sums up West Ham. Soft penalty, collapse once the goal is conceded. No killer instinct

  11. 1915: 
    FINAL FIVE- Norwich 2-1 West Ham

    Into the last few minutes then. Norwich bring on Bradley Johnson while Matty Jarvis in on for West Ham...

  12. 1913: 
    CLOSE!- Norwich 2-1 West Ham

    West Ham try a long throw but Carlton Cole is stripped of the ball and Norwich counter smartly, Nathan Redmond carrying the ball downfield and crossing low, it spins out to Robert Snodgrass and he lashes over the top. That really would have sealed it!

  13. 1911: 
    CLOSE!- Norwich 2-1 West Ham

    That would have sealed it! Robert Snodgrass works the ball in fro the right wing, Johan Elmander shoots on the turn but can't wrap his size 11s round the ball enough, shooting high and wide.

    Eight minutes left...

  14. 1909: 
    LAST TEN- Norwich 2-1 West Ham

    Into the final 10 minutes then and no launching it to Carlton Cole just yet for West Ham. Mo Diame has a low skidding effort for them though, testing John Ruddy at his near post. Can Norwich see this out?

  15. 1906: 
    Norwich 2-1 West Ham

    Norwich are flying now, as some confidence returns throughout the side. Leroy Fer is now snapping into tackles in midfield, winning the ball high up the pitch and playing in Gary Hooper to shoot low at Jussi Jaaskelainen. Norwich transformed!

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    Matt Cooke: Don't know what Houghton said in the dressing room at half time, but it worked wonders

    Paul Thompson: Robert Snodgrass appears to have just saved Chris Hughton's job with an absolute pearler. Could turn their season around!

    Charlie: Hughton under huge pressure, but win this and they go above West Ham. At what stage will Big Sam's job be under threat?

  17. 1903: 
    Premier League

    Two goals make a huge difference. Carrow Road is swinging now, and the table as it stands now sees the Canaries up above West Ham and out of the bottom three. Chris Hughton's job security suddenly looks much more comfortable...

  18. 1902: 
    SUBSTITUTION- Norwich 2-1 West Ham

    An instant change for Sam Allardyce, as Carlton Cole comes on in place of Jack Collison.

  19. 1900: 
    GOAL- Norwich 2-1 West Ham - Robert Snodgrass (72 mins)

    Wonderful! Norwich manager Chris Hughton needed a big second half and they have got one, as they take the lead. Robert Snodgrass takes a free-kick 25 yards out, gets the whip and dip perfect to defeat the wall and swing a shot right into the top corner. Superb!

  20. 1900: 
    SUBSTITUTION- Norwich 1-1 West Ham

    Change for West Ham as we tick into the final 20 minutes, as Mo Diame comes on in place of Joe Cole.

  21. 1859: 
    HITS THE WOODWORK- Norwich 1-1 West Ham

    What an effort! Jonny Howson fires in a shot from 25 yards which leaves Jussi Jaaskelainen standing and watching, the ball swerves right at the last second and crashes into the crossbar! Wonderful strike, and so unlucky for Norwich.

  22. 1859: 
    Sir Bobby Robson

    Brilliant shout from Lee in Lowestoft. Here's Sir Bobby Robson with World Cup 90 mascot 'Ciao', the obvious inspiration for Sam Allardyce's tactical tinkering...

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    Lee in Lowestoft: Am I the only one who thinks that West Ham's shape (1821) is basically the Italia '90 mascot?

  24. 1853: 
    Brackley fans

    Preston put six past Barnet, Brentford hit five past Staines, and Brackley were denied a win at Gillingham in the last minute.

    Catch up with all the FA Cup first-round reports and reaction on our FA Cup index.

  25. 1851: 
    MANAGER REACTION- Southampton 4-1 Hull

    Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino:

    "I want to congratulate all of my players. They put in an amazing performance - all of them.

    "I hope all the players that got called up to their national sides get the chance to play. It would be great for them.

    "I think they all have amazing potential, they just all need to keep on developing their football, they all need to keep progressing as football players and playing for their national sides will give them that confidence and chance to perform at a higher quality."

  26. 1850: 
    Norwich 1-1 West Ham

    Razvan rat and Robert Snodgrass clash on the left-hand side, Snodgrass is shielding the ball and goes down, leaving Rat to run over him. Snodgrass wants some action but the referee leaves it at just a free-kick.

  27. 1849: 
    Norwich 1-1 West Ham

    James Collins looks up and lumps a pass a good 30 yards too long. Wrong club out of the bag there and Norwich have the ball back, they then put together a decent attack and Leroy Fer smacks a shot over the bar.

    Into the last half hour, can Norwich take advantage of their gifted equaliser?

  28. 1845: 
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    James Penney: Looked like a soft decision to me but we'll take anything at the moment... #ncfc

  29. 1844: 
    CLOSE!- Norwich 1-1 West Ham

    Sam Allardyce's face on the bench is a picture of anger, but his side go close to an instant response, Michael Turner fluffing his clearance and James Collins shooting wide from 15 yards.

  30. 1843: 
    GOAL- Norwich 1-1 West Ham - Gary Hooper (Pen 54 mins)

    Gary Hooper won the penalty, and he takes it too, smashing it right down the middle for his first Premier League goal.

  31. 1841: 
    PENALTY TO NORWICH- Norwich 0-1 West Ham

    Jussi Jaaskelainen with a gift! The West Ham goalkeeper drops the ball under pressure, falls to his knees and then scrabbles around for the ball like a contestant on the Crystal Maze looking for gold tokens, Instead he can only trip Gary Hooper and that's a penalty...

  32. 1840: 

    DR: Re: West Ham graphic @ 18:21. So it's the old 2-1-1-5-1 then. No wonder Allerdici wants to manage on the continent!

    He's a maverick...

  33. 1838: 
    YELLOW CARD- Norwich 0-1 West Ham

    Norwich give it up cheaply in midfield, West Ham play the ball up top and Joe Cole takes it on nicely until Michael Turner chops him down. Booking for the former Hull man and a free-kick which Razvan Rat fancies...

    Ravel Morrison takes it though, driving into the top of the wall.

  34. 1837: 
    Norwich 0-1 West Ham

    This perhaps sums up Norwich at the moment. Leroy Fer is tackled by Mark Noble in midfield, the ball pops out and there is a two second wait while nobody goes to the ball, allowing Ravel Morrison to jog over and pick up the pieces for West Ham. No intensity or desire in that midfield.

  35. 1834: 
    KICK-OFF- Norwich 0-1 West Ham

    Back under way at Carrow Road.

  36. 1832: 
    Norwich 0-1 West Ham

    The Norwich players come back out with Chris Hughton's words ringing in their ears. They quite simply have to do much better after the break.

  37. 1832: 

    Christian Green: If Hughton does get the sack after the game, the players should feel embarrassed! Terrible first 45 minutes.

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    James McLoughlin: Norwich have been dire. Anybody fancy a 'lets be having you' half time speech from Delia?

    Yes. Yes I do - get her out there!

  39. 1827: 
    NO WAY, JOSE?- Chelsea 2-2 West Brom

    Jose Mourinho's reaction to his side's late, late penalty today got plenty of you talking and if you wish to see the man himself in action the video is now live on our site. It's at the top of the page. Enjoy!

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    Shane Lees: It's astonishing how Norwich are this bad at the moment, when you consider the quality they brought in over summer.

  41. 1824: 
    Premier League

    Norwich remain firmly in the mire as it stands then, while West Ham's lead has seen them rise to 13th in the Premier League table.

  42. 1823:  
    MOTD's John Roder at Carrow RoadHALF-TIME- Norwich 0-1 West Ham

    "Norwich fans were hoping for a reaction from their team after last weekend's heavy defeat to Manchester City but it simply hasn't come. West Ham have dominated proceedings, Ravel Morrison with the only goal. A hugely important team talk coming up."

  43. 1821: 
    West Ham

    How does this 'no strikers' side work for West Ham then? It's all very fluid but as this graphic of average touch positions shows, it's been Kevin Nolan (4) who has been the furthest forward, with Ravel Morrison (15) just behind.

    The most influential attacker in that first half was Razvan Rat though. The left-back (8) caused all manner of problems bombing up and down the wing.

  44. 1818: 
    HALF-TIME- Norwich 0-1 West Ham

    And there are very loud boos from some of the home crowd as the half draws to a close. That was not pretty from the home side. Not pretty at all.

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    Benjamin: Pathetic from Norwich. Hughton will get most of the stick but the players are dire. Fans deserve better than this.

  46. 1816: 
    Norwich 0-1 West Ham

    Ravel Morrison floats in a header which John Ruddy punches away, but again the build-up was so easy for Norwich. The half-time reaction from the Norwich fans may not be pretty.

  47. 1813:  
    Former Norwich player Greg Downs on BBC Radio NorfolkNorwich 0-1 West Ham

    "Norwich are either panicking and losing the ball, or being forced into playing 30-yards passes backwards.

    "It has been a very frustrating display for the home fans, thus far."

  48. 1810: 
    Norwich 0-1 West Ham

    Will Martin Jol and Chris Hughton both see out the international break in charge of their current clubs? I wonder. If Fulham play Norwich any time soon I dread to think what the game would be like...

  49. 1810: 

    Opta Sports: Ravel Morrison's goal was West Ham's first in the Premier League outside London since April 27. Patience.

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    Matthew Armes: Close the door on your way out, Chris Hughton.

  51. 1808: 
    SUBSTITUTION- Norwich 0-1 West Ham

    An early change for Norwich as well as Nathan Redmond replaces the injured Anthony Pilkington.

  52. 1806: 
    Norwich 0-1 West Ham

    There's a lot of standing off by Norwich again as they seem content to let Ravel Morrison run at them. He is enjoying life on the pitch at the moment...

  53. 1805: 

    Ade: Sometimes football managers make you cringe with their one sided plain wrong opinions of a match. That Mourinho one was hide behind the sofa stuff.

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    Robert Scott: Get the feeling that the Norwich players and fans know it's Hughton's last game. It's all gone slightly tepid.

  55. 1804:  
    Former Norwich player Greg Downs on BBC Radio NorfolkNorwich 0-1 West Ham

    "Norwich are just ball-watching there. West Ham have been the more productive team, they have been getting players forward."

  56. 1802: 
    GOAL- Norwich 0-1 West Ham - Ravel Morrison (32 mins)

    And there we go! It's been coming and the method was predictable as Razvan Rat was again left free on the left. His low cross is met by Kevin Nolan, who flicks a shot against the heels of a defender, he then keeps the ball in and pulls it back for Ravel Morrison, who sweeps in from four yards out. Easy.

  57. 1801: 
    Norwich 0-0 West Ham

    Razvan Rat, the rapid Romanian, is West Ham's out ball today. He has the freedom of Norfolk but the problem is every time he gets the ball he has nobody to hit in the middle. It's a familiar tale for West Ham.

  58. 1759: 
    MANAGER REACTION- Crystal Palace 0-0 Everton

    Everton manager Roberto Martinez:

    "We couldn't find that little bit of sharpness in the final third.

    "Overall, we probably allowed ourselves to get a bit frustrated. Every time the ball went out of play it took ages to come back in.

    "It was a stop-start sort of game and we couldn't get in a position to break them down.

    "They were very well organised, worked extremely hard and made it very difficult."

  59. 1757: 
    Norwich 0-0 West Ham

    Greg Downs is referring to the 7-0 defeat inflicted on Norwich last weekend by Manchester City there. It's been better so far this afternoon, obviously, but they still lack a threat. Kevin Nolan then goes close again for the visitors, clipping a shot into the arms of John Ruddy from Razvan Rat's pass.

  60. 1757:  
    Former Norwich player Greg Downs on BBC Radio NorfolkNorwich 0-0 West Ham

    "The game has gone flat in the last few minutes. You want the crowd to pick the Norwich players up, but it is very hard after last week."

  61. 1755: 
    Zlatan Ibrahimovic

    Earlier we mentioned Zlatan Ibrahimovic's tweet which said that 'Zlatan is ready to give Nice a warm welcome' - and the big man was true to his word. The PSG man blasted a hat-trick to give PSG a 3-1 win.

    You can find out all the big news and scores fro across Europe on our European football index.

  62. 1753: 
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    Richard Morris: How has Mourinho got the face to give that post-match interview? Hope we never hear him criticise divers again.

  63. 1752: 
    Norwich 0-0 West Ham

    West Ham's 4-6-0 shape is seeing them move the ball around superbly at times, Ravel Morrison is particularly busy. As we've been saying all season though the problem lies with putting the ball into the net.

  64. 1750: 

    Sean in Norfolk: Disappointed Hughton has listened to all his critics and played two up front. Can't do that in today's Premier League, we're completely overrun in midfield already.

  65. 1749: 
    MANAGER REACTION- Chelsea 2-2 West Brom
    Jose Mourinho

    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho: "It was a penalty. I have watched it two or three times and it was a clear penalty in the same way it should have been a clear free-kick against West Brom when they scored the second goal.

    "So I have reason to be very upset with the referee's work. I believe he is a great referee, one of the best in European football, but he had a very unhappy game today.

    "It was dramatic because the home team was losing and in the last 15 minutes our reaction was very strong. We put everything in the game to try to score and at least not to lose. In the last part -it was even more emotional that technical and tactical.

    "We missed chances and at the end of the game, we had a penalty which is always a difficult situation to accept for the team that is winning, but when they go home they will see on their screens that it was a situation where the referee did not make a mistake. He made many mistakes during the game but that was not a mistake."

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    Jay: Why does this look like West Ham's home game?

  67. 1747: 
    Norwich 0-0 West Ham

    Norwich have been well and truly second best so far but this is promising, Johan Elmander winning the flick-on for Gary Hooper, who arcs his run well to stay onside. His low cross is a tester and James Collins just about stabs it clear.

  68. 1744: 

    Kyle Mattison in Portsmouth: It seems the foul on Branislav Ivanovic before West Brom's second goal is being slightly overlooked now...

  69. 1744:  
    Former Norwich player Greg Downs on BBC Radio NorfolkNorwich 0-0 West Ham

    "Every chance for West Ham has come when a Norwich player has given it away."

  70. 1743: 
    HITS THE WOODWORK- Norwich 0-0 West Ham

    West Ham really dialling in the pressure now, as Guy Demel heads the corner against the crossbar! Norwich clinging on...

  71. 1742: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Norwich 0-0 West Ham

    Ravel Morrison runs at the Norwich defence, it's a great run and he slips a pass through to Kevin Nolan. You expect the net to bulge but John Ruddy makes the save with his feet.

  72. 1741: 
    Norwich 0-0 West Ham

    West Ham win a free-kick on the edge of the box after a rash tackle from Michael Turner, and they then could have had a penalty as Joe Cole is cleaned out! But the flag was already up, Cole was offside.

  73. 1739: 
    MANAGER REACTION- Crystal Palace 0-0 Everton

    Crystal Palace caretaker manager Keith Millen: "It's nice to come in here (to this interview) with a smile on my face. I'm proud of the players. Everton had a lot of possession but we created the better chances.

    "If I'm being greedy we should have taken all three points but a draw gives us something to build on.

    "The fans were fantastic and you could see the spirit of the players. I couldn't ask any more of the players apart from finishing the chances we had.

    "I would be more concerned if we weren't creating chances. Tactically we have been in a lot of games this year but key moments have cost us."

  74. 1738: 
    Norwich 0-0 West Ham

    A sharp intake of breath around the office as Norwich left-back Martin Olsson charges down a shot right in the unmentionables. On a cold night, from point-blank range. My word...

  75. 1737:  
    BBC Radio 5 live

    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho on BBC Radio 5 live: "We have a penalty which is difficult to accept for winning team, but WBA know the ref didn't make a mistake"

  76. 1735: 
    MANAGER REACTION- Chelsea 2-2 West Brom
    Steve Clarke

    West Brom boss Steve Clarke: "It was no penalty - that's my take. That's five points my team have lost because of late decisions on penalties. It is ridiculous to have to take it because it wasn't a penalty. Instead of being up close to the top six, we are in mid-table.

    "I'm sad and I'm angry but I'm also very proud because we were magnificent today. We deserved the three points and I'm proud of my players."

  77. 1735: 
    West Brom defender Steven ReidChelsea 2-2 West Brom

    "Little old West Brom... Proud of the all the boys today!!"

  78. 1733: 
    Norwich 0-0 West Ham

    Norwich were rank at Manchester City last weekend but have already started at a much better level. Anthony Pilkington breaks into the box after a neat move down the left but his low ball over is well pushed away by Jussi Jaaskelainen in the Hammers goal.

  79. 1731: 

    You're quite right Callum - Southampton and Liverpool were terrific today. Fulham may have been awful but Liverpool still put them away, while Southampton just continue to impress.

  80. 1731: 

    Callum: All this penalty nonsense is distracting everyone from brilliant performances today. Southampton are on 22 points!

  81. 1730: 
    KICK-OFF- Norwich 0-0 West Ham

    Mark Noble rolls the ball to Ravel Morrison and we are go in the day's final game.

  82. 1724: 
    Norwich v West Ham (1730 GMT)
    Premier League

    We will of course keep the Ramires debate running, but the final action of the day is about to start. Here come the players out of the tunnel at Carrow Road, in a game which could have a big impact at the bottom of the table. Norwich can go above the Hammers tonight with a win.

  83. 1723: 

    Calum in Glasgow: Rugby authorities are intelligent enough to let video referees check for fouls, why not footballing authorities?

  84. 1722: 
    MANAGER REACTION- Liverpool 4-0 Fulham
    Martin Jol

    More from Fulham boss Martin Jol: "We've had a difficult schedule and the task here became too big after conceding two early goals. We do everything in training and then we make the same mistakes. It was very frustrating, not only for the fans but for me and the team. But I can't come up with the same excuses, that we played better in the second half, because in the end we did not get a result.

    "If you concede goals here you have to open up a bit, but in the second half we tried to keep the damage down and that was the strategy. It was not enough for me and not enough for the team. I've got ambition and a mentality to win."

  85. 1721: 

    That is tweet of the day right there...

  86. 1721: 

    BBC broadcaster Danny Baker: "Just seen the Chelsea penalty "foul". It is entirely likely that Morrissey has had more contact with the rest of the Smiths today than that."

  87. 1719: 
    PLAYER REACTION- Liverpool 4-0 Fulham

    Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard: "I've got a bit of a niggle so came off early and hopefully I'll be ready for the England games. The manager asked us to bounce back this afternoon and we did that - I thought we were outstanding.

    "When it works and clicks we're emphatic, and it could have been a lot more. Luis Suarez is in the top five players in the world. A lot of people like to judge him for things he's done in the past, but I judge him as a player and he's world class."

  88. 1717: 

    Kyle, a Liverpool fan: That last minute mistake by Man City and now this today. Chelsea would be seventh without Lady Luck on their side.

  89. 1717: 
    MANAGER REACTION- Liverpool 4-0 Fulham

    Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers: "Our appetite for the game was outstanding. Luis Suarez is a star talent but his core ingredient is his workrate, which is something we're trying to have throughout the team.

    "He covers and presses and is a good talisman. Our quality was very good. At half-time I said I wanted us to be relentless, to keep pushing. But our intensity was outstanding after the first whistle. We saw today as a very important game, and we made an excellent start. Home games are important, so it was a good victory for us."

  90. 1712: 
    Chelsea 2-2 West Brom

    Chelsea midfielder Ramires was a busy old boy today, but his key touch of the whole game was one of those three deep in the West Brom penalty area. That's where he went down for that last-gasp penalty...

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    Matthew Winter: What a shambles! Mourinho needs to stop being so stubborn! Mata and Mikel must start! Way more intensity required...

    Nick Clohessy: Has Ramires been training with Ashley Young?

    Luke: Chelsea handed a helping hand by the ref again. Mourinho needs a refresh of his tactics and players need shipping out.

  92. 1709: 
    MANAGER REACTION- Liverpool 4-0 Fulham
    Martin Jol

    Fulham boss Martin Jol: "It was a difficult afternoon. Goals change games but they scored twice from set-pieces. We then had a big hill to climb and they were the better team. After conceding the first two goals it was almost impossible to get back in the game.

    "We were not good off the ball - they played around us and we needed more toughness and aggression, which is what we did in the second half. This is a side in the top three and four, so you try to get these games out of the way and try to get a result.

    "There are a few players who will go off on international duty so that will not help. We couldn't get a good result against a top side. The second half was not enough - you can't start like that and concede goals like that. But we are still up for the fight."

  93. 1708: 
    FULL-TIME- Crystal Palace 0-0 Everton
  94. 1707: 
    Eden Hazard

    Danny, a Chelsea fan: I feel for the referee he had a fantastic game but the final decision, a debatable decision in my opinion, will cloud his overall performance. Don't read the newspapers until next Saturday Marriner!

    Tom in Manchester: It's results like these that make me believe Chelsea will win the league. They somehow salvage points from thin air. Albeit highly underserved!

    Steve Huish in Surbiton: Terrible decision by Andre Mariner. To be honest he should be suspended for that decision - shocking.

  95. 1706: 
    Crystal Palace 0-0 Everton

    The support from the Crystal Palace fans remains infectious. That Bundesliga style 'we love you; chant still rings out deep into stoppage time. Dean Moxey has a knock to the head but after some treatment is ok to continue.

  96. 1706: 

    Mansfield might have romped to an 8-1 win over Southern League Premier Division side St Albans, but it is Macclesfield who can claim the honours for the FA Cup's performance of the day after thrashing League One Swindon 4-0.

    Conference Premier side Tamworth were also giant killers as Nick Chadwick's strike earned victory over Cheltenham Town, of League Two.

    Conference North Brackley Town were denied taking the scalp of Gillingham by Bradley Dack's 97th-minute equaliser for the League One side.

    And there was ultimately disappointment for Conference Premier outfit Gateshead who had to settle for a replay as Danny Rose's last-minute header helped Oxford recover from 2-0 down to earn a second chance.

    Non-league sides Kidderminster, Stourbridge, Salisbury, Welling and Dover are all definitely through to round two.

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    Liam: No use blaming referees for every penalty. Players are the ones trying to con them, bound to make some mistakes. Need video referees for penalties.

  98. 1702: 
    CLOSE!- Crystal Palace 0-0 Everton

    Everton almost snatch it through youngster Gerard Deulofeu, who curls a shot wide from 25 yards!

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    Anubhav Maheshwari: Andre Marriner you just robbed WBA of three deserved points. What a shocking decision. Never a penalty.

    Navneet Gautam: I think everyone forgets that Mourinho's Chelsea don't lose at the Bridge!

    Freddie Drapkin: Not a chance WBA would've been awarded an identical penalty at the other end. 'Big team at home' pressure on the ref. Again.

  100. 1700: 
    FINAL FIVE- Crystal Palace 0-0 Everton

    Into the last five minutes, as Leighton Baines hits a free-kick into the wall. That rather sums this game up so far. There's still time though...

  101. 1658: 
    LINE-UPS- Norwich v West Ham (1730 GMT)

    Norwich make three changes to the side who lost 7-0 at Manchester City last time out, with Ryan Bennett, Robert Snodgrass and Johan Elmander starting for the Canaries.

    For West Ham, James Collins recovers from a hamstring injury and replaces the inured Winston Reid in defence, as West Ham's only change from their 0-0 draw with Aston Villa.

    Norwich: Ruddy; Martin, Turner, R Bennett, Olsson; Snodgrass, Howson, Fer, Pilkington; Elmander, Hooper. Subs: Bunn, Whittaker, Johnson, Bassong, Hoolahan, Becchio, Redmond.

    West Ham: Jaaskelainen, Demel, Collins, Tomkins, Rat, Noble, Nolan, Collison, Downing, J. Cole, Morrison. Subs: Adrian, O'Brien, McCartney, Maiga, Jarvis, Diame, C. Cole

  102. 1656: 
    Crystal Palace 0-0 Everton

    Still playing at Selhurst Park then, anyone up for a winner?

  103. 1656:  
    Former Tottenham striker Garth Crooks on Final ScoreChelsea 2-2 West Brom

    "In my opinion it should not have been a penalty. The authorities are trying to turn football into a non-contact sport.

    "It was a light shoulder barge at most. It is bad for the game."

    Watch the programme on BBC One, the BBC Sport website and Red Button now.

  104. 1655: 
    FULL-TIME- Chelsea 2-2 West Brom

    Extraordinary conclusion! Chelsea preserve that Jose Mourinho record thanks to a contentious late spot-kick. You have not heard the last of this one!

  105. 1655: 
    FULL-TIME- Aston Villa 2-0 Cardiff
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    Jerry Elumeze: Mugged at Stamford Bridge.

  107. 1653: 
    GOAL- Chelsea 2-2 West Brom - Eden Hazard (Pen 90 mins)

    Remarkable composure from Eden Hazard! He has to wait an age to take the penalty, an absolute age, but keeps his cool to roll the ball into the net. West Brom are furious with the decision, plenty of handbags going on in the centre circle.

  108. 1652: 
    PENALTY FOR CHELSEA!- Chelsea 1-2 West Brom

    Penalty in stoppage time! Ramires collides with Steven Reid! Ramires was already going down there...

  109. 1652: 
    FULL-TIME- Southampton 4-1 Hull
  110. 1651: 
    FULL-TIME- Liverpool 4-0 Fulham
  111. 1650: 
    Chelsea 1-2 West Brom

    Jose Mourinho looks furious. He's staring at two defeats back-to-back in the Premier League...

  112. 1649: 
    CLOSE!- Chelsea 1-2 West Brom

    West Brom counter away, they are three on one! They can bury it here - but Chris Brunt shoots over the top! He took the wrong option. He had Victor Anichebe open.

  113. 1648: 
    Chelsea 1-2 West Brom

    Willian hits a corner which is well cleared...

  114. 1648: 

    Steve in Eastbourne: Never thought Jose should have come back to us. Premiership has changed when he first came.

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    Stephen Austin: "As if West Brom are beating you at home" - Chelsea fans to Manchester United fans a few weeks back.

  116. 1648: 
    INJURY TIME- Chelsea 1-2 West Brom

    Last few minutes at the Bridge. Can Chelsea find a way through?

  117. 1647: 
    Crystal Palace 0-0 Everton

    Everton continue to toil away but they can't break down a stubborn Palace rearguard. Two 0-0s in a row for Everton? Don't forget that one kicked off late so there's another 15 minutes or so to play.

  118. 1647: 

    Unless there's a phenomenal finish at the Moss Rose we most definitely have a Cupset on our hands.

    Macclesfield, 14th in the Conference Premier, now lead League One Swindon Town 3-0 thanks to a Scott Boden strike and Connor Jennings's second of the afternoon.

    Former England Under-21 boss Peter Taylor could also be on the end of an embarrassing defeat as Joe Martin's own goal has given Conference North side Brackley Town the lead at Gillingham, where Taylor is currently interim manager.

    But the cup dream is over for Southport and St Albans, though, who now trail Leyton Orient and Mansfield 5-1 and 6-1 respectively.

  119. 1645: 
    GOAL- Southampton 4-1 Hull - Steven Davis (88 mins)

    Another excellent goal for the Saints as Nathaniel Clyne clips in a cross from the right, Steven Davis brings it down nicely before lashing in from eight yards. Fine move, fine finish.

  120. 1644: 
    CLOSE!- Chelsea 1-2 West Brom

    Chelsea packing four or five men inside the area now as they try and find a leveller - and that should be it! Gary Cahill flashes a cross in from the right, Demba Ba is a yard out but can't get his leg on to it!

  121. 1642: 
    GOAL- Aston Villa 2-0 Cardiff - Libor Kozak (84 mins)

    He's worked really hard today, and the big man gets his reward, Libor Kozak capitalising on a round of head tennis inside the penalty area to loop one past David Marshall and into the net. Job done for the Villa.

  122. 1641: 
    Premier League

    The top of the table is looking good for Arsenal and Liverpool. And Southampton as it stands...

  123. 1641: 
    Chelsea 1-2 West Brom

    There are seven minutes of normal time remaining...

  124. 1639: 

    Without wishing to fan any flames, with an international break coming up it could be a good time to change a manager...

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    Mark Rookes: So Fulham going down with Palace then? I never saw that at the beginning of the season.

  126. 1639:  
    John Hartson, former Wales striker at Anfield for 5 live SportLiverpool 4-0 Fulham

    "It's a huge call to say Liverpool can win the title. Being realistic, I don't think they have the quality in numbers to go the 38 games you need to win the league. But when they keep churning out performances like today's you can say they will be there or thereabouts. But their aspirations this season will be top four."

    Hear live commentary of Liverpool v Fulham on BBC Radio 5 live right now.

  127. 1638: 
    CLOSE!- Chelsea 1-2 West Brom

    Another big chance for Chelsea! Willian beats Liam Ridgwell to the cross but heads over the top. This could be a very long last 10 minutes for West Brom...

  128. 1638: 

    Kyle, a bemused neutral from London: Less than six months ago Chelsea fans wanted make sure their hero Lampard got a new contract at the same time they were calling for a return of 'the special one'. Now they're moaning about Lampard being picked. How long before they turn on Jose??

  129. 1637: 

    Kyle Bartley puts Birmingham back in front at Huddersfield just after the hour. Charlton are now level with Leeds, Cameron Stewart delivering a beautifully composed finish. Frank Nouble, formerly of West Ham, draws Ipswich level away at Blackpool, while Jake Forster-Caskey extends Brighton's advantage over visitors Blackburn to two goals. A tap-in for Chris Martin and Sheffield Wednesday, in such good form of late, find themselves with a three goal mountain to climb at Derby.

  130. 1635: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Chelsea 1-2 West Brom

    What a stop! Chelsea thought they were level as Branislav Ivanovic's low shot is forced toward goal, but Boaz Myhill somehow gets down to steer it away. Wonderful save!

  131. 1634: 
    GOAL- Aston Villa 1-0 Cardiff - Leandro Bacuna (76 mins)

    Bacuna Matata! Lovely free-kick from Aston Villa midfielder Leandro Bacuna breaks the ice at Villa Park. He scored a smasher against Manchester City and this is even better, fading the ball around the wall and into the top corner.

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    Adam of Pallet Town: West Brom are looking to make it a hat trick of Chelsea manager dismissals.

    Jack Blackburn: Could Jose be about to taste defeat at the Bridge? That would be an instantly classic post-match press conference.

    John Southworth: Cech doesn't make many mistakes but when he does they are absolute howlers!

  133. 1632: 
    Chelsea 1-2 West Brom

    The perils of making three subs - Eden Hazard is now down injured holding his knee moments after Jose Mourinho makes a double change. Doesn't look too clever for the Belgian this.

  134. 1631:  
    Former Tottenham striker Garth Crooks on Final ScoreChelsea 1-2 West Brom

    "John Terry has been outstanding this season, but he did not deal with the danger in this situation. He struggled to get across to block Stephane Sessegnon's shot.

    "It was then awful from Petr Cech."

    Watch the programme on BBC One, the BBC Sport website and Red Button now.

  135. 1630: 
    Chelsea 1-2 West Brom

    Jose Mourinho has not lost any of his previous 65 Premier League home games as a manager, winning 51 of them.

    Chelsea have conceded in three successive Premier League home games under Mourinho for the first time since October 2005 - and he makes two quick changes.

    Juan Mata and John Obi Mikel are on in place of Oscar and Cesar Azpilicueta. Three at the back?

  136. 1629: 

    A Cupset is now most definitely on the cards at Oxford where Jamie Chandler has doubled Conference Premier side Gateshead's lead.

    Craig Westcarr's brace has Walsall 2-0 up at home to League One rivals Shrewsbury.

    Conference South side Dover have the lead over Corby Town, of the Southern League Premier Division side, thanks to Nathan Elder's header in a game being refereed by Amy Fearn the first woman to referee an FA Cup tie.

    While at Aggborough Joe Lolley's shot has given Kidderminster Harriers breathing space against Sutton United, famous for knocking out then Division One side Coventry City in 1989.

  137. 1628:  
    BBC Sport's Ben Smith at AnfieldLiverpool 4-0 Fulham

    "Steven Gerrard leaves the field to a standing ovation and makes his way straight down the tunnel. That aside, Anfield is very subdued. Fulham have been very poor since that first goal went in and could well be six or seven behind but for the brilliance of Maarten Stekelenburg.

    "Martin Jol, down to my left, is going to face all those familiar questions about his position after this match and with the international break fast approaching, Fulham have a decision to make."

  138. 1626: 
    GOAL- Chelsea 1-2 West Brom - Stephane Sessegnon (68 mins)

    Taxi for Petr Cech! He's been spending too much time on the drum kit by the looks of it as he lets a tame shot from Stephane Sessegnon slip through his hands after good work down the left from Liam Ridgewell.

    Dearie me that was a shocker. Is this going to be Jose Mourinho's first ever home league defeat as Chelsea boss?

  139. 1625: 
    CLOSE!- Crystal Palace 0-0 Everton

    Big chance for the Eagles! Jerome Thomas is played in on goal, he breaks the offside trap and tries to chip Tim Howard, but he pulls his shot wide of the near post. He got the elevation right, but missed it wide. Let-off for Everton though.

  140. 1624: 
    SUBSTITUTION- Liverpool 4-0 Fulham

    Steven Gerrard has been allowed another masterful performance today but he is given the rest of the day off by Brendan Rodgers as Joe Allen gets a rare outing for Liverpool.

  141. 1623:  
    Former Leicester striker Steve Claridge on Final ScoreChelsea 1-1 West Brom

    "I do not know why none of the Chelsea players jumped for the ball. They seemed to think Petr Cech could come out for it, but he was still on the floor.

    "That goal was certainly deserved."

    Watch the programme on the BBC Sport website and Red Button now.

  142. 1622: 
    SUBSTITUTION- Chelsea 1-1 West Brom

    An instant reaction from Jose Mourinho as Frank Lampard is replaced by Demba Ba. The former Newcastle man has scored six in five appearances against the Albion, and of course got one in midweek. Two up top now.

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    Paul Moore: Villa are terrible! They could well go down, Making a weak and poor Cardiff side look half decent.

  144. 1621: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Southampton 3-1 Hull

    Southampton go close to scoring twice in a minute. First, Adam Lallana plays a one-two with Rickie Lambert before forcing a one-handed save from Steve Harper. Moments later, Morgan Schneiderlin's goalbound drive is blocked by David Meyler.

  145. 1620: 
    CLOSE!- Aston Villa 0-0 Cardiff

    Ashley Westwood hammers in a rising shot on the run from 25 yards which sails past the top corner. It's a great effort, but a flat half so far. Villa need to raise it.

  146. 1618: 
    GOAL- Chelsea 1-1 West Brom - Shane Long (61 mins)

    West Brom are level, and again it's a great leap from Shane Long! From a corner, Gareth McAuley makes a powerful header on goal which Petr Cech can only shovel up into the air. There's a whole host of players under the dropping ball but Long gets up above both Frank Lampard and John Terry to meet it and smash home from close range. Great climb!

  147. 1618: 

    A cracking volley from Tokelo Rantie has Bournemouth one up to high-flying Burnley. Will Hughes strikes his shot into Sheffield Wednesday's top corner to give Derby a two-goal lead. And in the delayed start at The Valley, Leeds still lead Charlton by that single Ross McCormack strike.

  148. 1617: 
    KICK-OFF- Crystal Palace 0-0 Everton

    We are playing again in the delayed match in south London. Can Palace keep the initiative? They ended the half very well.

  149. 1617:  
    Former Tottenham striker Garth Crooks on Final ScoreSouthampton 3-1 Hull

    "Southampton goalkeeper Artur Boruc caused all the problems for Hull's goal. Why did he pass the ball to Victor Wanyama, when he had his back to him and had a man closing him down?"

    Watch the programme on the BBC Sport website and Red Button now.

  150. 1616: 
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    Tom Holmes: Henderson and Gerrard have been absolutely immense today. Fantastic play both on and off the ball from the pair of them.

    Alex West: Fulham may not be in the bottom three but they're at the wrong end of the table and are dire. Jol has had time and resources.

    Joe Young: Luis Suarez is different class.

  151. 1615:  
    John Hartson, former Wales striker at Anfield for 5 live SportLiverpool 4-0 Fulham

    "Look at how much better Liverpool are, and how poor Fulham have been today. Absolutely shocking."

    Hear live commentary of Liverpool v Fulham on BBC Radio 5 live right now.

  152. 1614: 
    HITS THE WOODWORK- Chelsea 1-0 West Brom

    While it's 1-0 West Brom are in with a shout and they almost have a leveller, Shane Long rising superbly to flick Morgan Amalfitano's cross against the far post. Petr Cech was well beaten by that one.

  153. 1613: 
    GOAL- Southampton 3-1 Hull - Yannick Sagbo (55 mins)

    Do we have a game on? Victor Wanyama is caught in possession by Jake Livermore and Yannick Sagbo takes advantage, sweeping home from the edge of the box.

  154. 1611: 
    GOAL- Liverpool 4-0 Fulham - Luis Suarez (54 mins)

    Oh come on now! Kieran Richardson has the ball at left-back, he turns inside, is pressured by Steven Gerrard, runs back toward his own goal, is caught in possession by Gerrard, falls over and watches as Luis Suarez tucks in at the near post. Just pathetic defending.

  155. 1611: 

    Simon, an embarrassed Fulham fan: Our Under-21 team has won the league the past two years in a row and are currently undefeated. Why isn't Jol giving youth a chance?

    Damion: Ahh, Bryan Ruiz. Nice to see Jol bringing someone on with a good work rate...

  156. 1610: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Aston Villa 0-0 Cardiff

    He almost netted an own goal in the first half, and from the same spot Libor Kozak forces in another downward header which is heading in until David Marshall gets down to turn it away. Better from Villa.

  157. 1609: 
    Liverpool 3-0 Fulham

    Steve Claridge and John Hartson aren't being overly harsh on Fulham in my opinion, there has been no effort at all to close down and make life difficult for Liverpool today. Like Manchester City against Norwich last weekend, the hosts have had such an easy time of it.

  158. 1608:  
    Former Leicester striker Steve Claridge on Final ScoreLiverpool 3-0 Fulham

    "It is staggering watching Fulham. They look like they have a manager who is waiting to get beaten.

    "There is no redeeming feature to this display. It is unrecognisable defending for this level of football.

    "It could be double figures."

    Watch the programme on the BBC Sport website and Red Button now.

  159. 1608: 
    Chelsea 1-0 West Brom


    Oscar pings a marvellous pass over the top to pick out Eden Hazard, a real defence splitter, but Hazard can't gather it in at full pace.

  160. 1607: 
    Aston Villa 0-0 Cardiff

    Cardiff's best chances have come from set-pieces today and Peter Whittingham curls in a peach of a free-kick but there's nobody to apply the killer finish.

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    Nathan Blackman: Berbatov has always been a casual footballer, today he's been very idle and that looks infectious across the whole team.

  162. 1606: 

    We are back playing at Southampton, Villa Park and Stamford Bridge now as well.

  163. 1604: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Liverpool 3-0 Fulham

    Almost a fourth goal right from kick-off! Luis Suarez's low shot is well saved by Maarten Stekelenburg, it falls for Daniel Sturridge, his shot is then turned away by the Dutchman again and Suarez volleys over the top!

    Moments later Sturridge shoots wide again. This could be seven or eight by now...

  164. 1603: 
    KICK-OFF- Liverpool 3-0 Fulham

    Bryan Ruiz is on for Fulham at half-time, Martin Jol obviously fancying a 4-3, and we are back under way. Make it respectable eh?

  165. 1603: 
    Premier Leageu

    Fgiren's tweet is a good call - here is the bottom of the table as it stands.

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    Fqiren: What's with all these talk about Jol getting sacked? Fulham are still 2 spots away from the relegation zone aren't they?

  167. 1601:  
    MOTD's John Motson at Selhurst ParkHALF-TIME- Crystal Palace 0-0 Everton

    "It's been a good half of football. Everton started on top but Palace have come back into it. You have to give Crystal Palace credit for the way they have found a foothold in the game."

  168. 1600:  
    MOTD's John Roder at Carrow RoadNorwich v West Ham (1730 GMT)

    "Both of these teams have the same problem, namely a lack of goals, with Norwich scoring just six times in the Premier League so far and West Ham eight.

    "City's new signings up front - Ricky van Wolfswinkel, Gary Hooper, Johan Elmander and Nathan Redmond - have between them contributed just two league goals since arriving in Norfolk, while Andy Carroll's injury means that Sam Allardyce is short of attacking options."

  169. 1559: 

    As the Palace v Everton game drifts towards half-time, here's a reminder of the late game still to come...

  170. 1558: 

    John a Fulham fan: Jol needs to go - and Berbatov needs to follow him out the door. Bad apple.

  171. 1557: 
    YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'RE DOING...- Aston Villa 0-0 Cardiff

    Half-time marriage proposal on the big screens at Villa Park - talk about putting her under some immense pressure...

    The lady in question says yes, but she doesn't look too happy to me.

  172. 1557: 

    Equalisers for Huddersfield's Anthony Gerrard and Millwall's Jermaine Easter against Birmingham and Bolton respectively. And two attempts on goal for Nottingham Forest and two goals - Jamie Mackie finishing coolly with a left-footed shot to give his side a two-goal cushion over Leicester at the interval. Jake Buxton's header makes it Derby 1-0 Sheffield Wednesday, while on the stroke of half-time Jermaine Beckford puts Bolton ahead against Millwall once more.

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    Francis de Satge: Adam Lallana looks a lovely prospect for England when Lampard retires.

  174. 1557: 

    It's not been a happy return to Griffin Park for former Brentford player Marcus Gayle who needs to produce the team-talk of his life with his Staines Town side trailing the Bees 3-0 at half time.

    Luton, who dumped out Wolves in the third round last season, have it all to do to stay in the cup as they are 2-0 down at Conference Premier rivals Welling.

    Edgar Davids's Barnet also have an uphill task as they trail 3-0 at Preston with only 10 men after Keanu Marsh-Brown was sent off in only the 13th minute.

    And two goals in three minutes just before the break from Lee Stevenson and Anthony Howell have turned things round for Mansfield, who now lead 2-1 at St Albans.

  175. 1555: 
    HALF-TIME STATS- Liverpool 3-0 Fulham

    Just the 17 (Seventeen) shots for Liverpool in the first half then. If you listen hard enough you can hear Lawrie Sanchez's CV landing on the desk of Fulham owner Shahid Khan...

  176. 1554: 
    CLOSE!- Crystal Palace 0-0 Everton

    Palace should be ahead now, they've had a fine few minutes. First, Jerome Thomas stretches Tim Howard with a dipping shot which pulls a top save from the American, and from the corner Marouane Chamakh should bury the header but puts it wide. When you're down, yo'ure down...

  177. 1552: 
    FA CUP

    Amy Fearn, the first woman to referee an FA Cup tie, meets the captains before Corby take on Dover.

    Check the latest scores for all the first-round matches here.

    Amy Fearn
  178. 1551: 
    SHOCKER!- Crystal Palace 0-0 Everton

    What a miss! Crystal Palace have a great chance, Jerome Thomas picking out Kagisho Dikgacoi in the middle, he's ghosted in unmarked at the back post - but clears the ball away! He heads it behind him, away from goal. Got that all sorts of wrong...

  179. 1550:  
    Former Tottenham striker Garth Crooks on Final ScoreChelsea 1-0 West Brom

    "If you are Steve Clarke at half-time, you will tell Liam Ridgewell to forget that ever happened and move on.

    "He will know he is a better defender than that."

    Watch the programme on the BBC Sport website and Red Button now.

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    Wale Ibraheem: Talk of goal poachers. Eto'o is right up there.

  181. 1549:  
    John Hartson, former Wales striker at Anfield for 5 live SportLiverpool 3-0 Fulham

    "You won't see a more gutless performance from a team in the Premier League this season than that from Fulham. What can Martin Jol say at half-time? They have to get out there, roll their sleeves up, and try to win the second half like they did against Manchester United. But will that be enough for the fans? I don't think so. Absolutely embarrassing performance from Fulham."

    Hear live commentary of Liverpool v Fulham on BBC Radio 5 live right now.

    Listen to Hartson's reaction to Liverpool's third goal here.

  182. 1549:  
    BBC Sport's Ben Smith at AnfieldLiverpool 3-0 Fulham

    "Another impressive first-half performance by Liverpool and the question on everyone's lips is how many can they put past this beleaguered Fulham side. Martin Jol looks ashen faced on the bench below me and has barely moved since the first goal went in. It is hard to know what he will say to his players at half-time, the outlook is bleak for both his side and, perhaps, his job prospects."

  183. 1548: 
    YELLOW CARD- Chelsea 1-0 West Brom

    Just before the break Shane Long went into the box for barging into the back of John Terry. That little niggle may run on into the second half...

  184. 1548:  
    MOTD's Guy Mowbray at Stamford BridgeHALF-TIME- Chelsea 1-0 West Brom

    "Another goal from Samuel Eto'o, pinched from the boots of Liam Ridgewell after a wonderful Boaz Myhill save. He is owed an apology from Liam Ridgewell, who might just sit quietly in the West Brom dressing-room at half-time. Before then, West Brom had done so much to keep Chelsea at bay."

  185. 1548: 
    HALF-TIME- Liverpool 3-0 Fulham
  186. 1548:  
    MOTD's Simon Brotherton at St Mary'sHALF-TIME- Southampton 3-0 Hull

    "We've seen all that's good about Southampton. They've played with flair, composure and poise. Lallana's goal was the pick of the three."

  187. 1548:  
    MOTD's Steve Wilson at Villa ParkHALF-TIME- Aston Villa 0-0 Cardiff

    "After 15 minutes you would have banked on it being a thriller at the Villa, but as the first half wore on it looks more like it would be a nil-nil-er. Aston Villa have now clicked on to seven hours without a goal. Karim El Ahmadi has had a couple of chances from distance and Christian Benteke has put himself about. Libor Kozak's header towards his own goal and a defensive mix-up which almost let in Aron Gunnarsson were Cardiff's best opportunities."

  188. 1547: 

    Daniel in Darlington: I reckon Liverpool and Southampton are playing their own little game. Who can score the most goals in the least amount of time?

  189. 1545: 
    GOAL- Chelsea 1-0 West Brom - Samuel Eto'o (45 mins)

    Eden Hazard may have lost his passport in midweek but he finds the route to goal for Chelsea here, jinking in from the left to fire in a low shot which Boaz Myhill palms away. Liam Ridgewell then has a nightmare, delaying his clearance for no reason and Samuel Eto'o is sharp as a tack to nip in and stab the ball home. You don't have that sort of time with Eto'o about.

  190. 1544: 
    Chelsea 0-0 West Brom

    Chelsea's first-half display is encapsulated in a Samuel Eto'o pass, which perfectly dissects Frank Lampard and Willian and runs out for a throw-in. Meanwhile, there are signs that Shane Long's constant badgering is getting to John Terry, as the Blues skipper has a right old moan to the linesman about the Baggies' centre-forward.

  191. 1543: 
    Liverpool 3-0 Fulham

    I have to say Fulham are in absolutely dire straits at the moment. I thought they were bad at Southampton, but this a whole new level. Nobody is making any sort of a challenge as the defence and midfield just retreat to the 18-yard line every time Liverpool have the ball.

    Brendan Rodgers could bring Mike Myers on at half-time - in character - and he'd have an easy game at this rate...

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    Farrell Monk: This game is more about Liverpool being excellent rather than Fulham being anything.

    Glory's Edge: Who's going have the biggest scoreline, Liverpool or Southampton?

    Ahmer Murad: That's beautiful from Liverpool! Just gorgeous! What a move, what a pass, what a finish!

  193. 1541: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Crystal Palace 0-0 Everton

    Everton go close. A Kevin Mirallas shot is destined for the bottom corner but Palace keeper Julian Speroni just about palms the effort wide. The away side look positive as Palace hang on in there.

  194. 1540: 

    Against the run of play a Simon Cox effort gives Nottingham Forest the lead at Leicester. A Robert Grant cross and a Stephen Dobbie header and it's 1-0 to Blackpool at home to Ipswich. And at the Riverside, Rhys Williams back-heels to Albert Adomah and he smashes past Manuel Almunia at the near post to give Middlesbrough the advantage versus Watford, only for Troy Deeney to level things at a goal apiece.

  195. 1540:  
    John Hartson, former Wales striker at Anfield for 5 live SportLiverpool 3-0 Fulham

    "That was a 15-pass move and a lovely pass from Jordan Henderson, playing through Luis Suarez who finished brilliantly. How can Sir Alex Ferguson say Henderson is not a player fit to play for Liverpool? This is embarrassing from Fulham."

    Hear live commentary of Liverpool v Fulham on BBC Radio 5 live right now.

    And listen to commentary of Liverpool's first goal here.

  196. 1539: 

    Non-league sides beating higher division opposition is what the FA Cup is all about, isn't it?

    Well, in that case we're on course at The Lamb Ground where former Everton striker Nick Chadwick has put Tamworth in front against Cheltenham.

    League One Swindon are also facing being on the end of a shock after falling behind to Connor Jennings's strike at Macclesfield.

    Ryan Rowe's second of the game has put Stourbridge in front against Biggleswade, while Southport are back in the game at the Matchroom Stadium thanks to Luke George. Leyton Orient lead that one 2-1.

  197. 1537: 
    GOAL- Southampton 3-0 Hull - Adam Lallana (37 mins)

    Yes. Yes. Yes - Oh yes! Superb individual goal from England man Adam Lallana! Goodness me, what a run this is! He picks the ball up from Rickie Lambert 30 yards from goal, goes on a mazy run down the left which sees him bamboozle two defenders, he cuts inside Ahmed Elmohamady and plants a shot across the keeper and into the corner! The watching Roy Hodgson must have enjoyed that one...

  198. 1535: 
    GOAL- Liverpool 3-0 Fulham - Luis Suarez (36 mins)

    Steven Gerrard is again given all sorts of time in midfield, he switches the ball out to Jordan Henderson who flicks it through to Luis Suarez, and he makes no mistake.

    Can you sack a manager at half-time?

  199. 1534: 

    Cristiano Ronaldo just loves to score against Real Sociedad doesn't he? In each of Real Madrid's last three encounters with them, the Portuguese has scored two goals, and he has just grabbed his second against them in this game from the penalty spot. Real now lead 3-0 and it is not even half time...

  200. 1533: 
    Aston Villa 0-0 Cardiff

    It's all gone quiet at Villa Park, with Cardiff growing in stature as the half wears on.

  201. 1532:  
    John Hartson, former Wales striker at Anfield for 5 live SportLiverpool 2-0 Fulham

    "Liverpool are rampant. It's only 2-0 but unless Fulham remain lucky it'll be seven or eight. It should already by five. This looks like a training exercise for Liverpool, who haven't got into top gear yet. Fulham have just been so, so poor. They need some pride."

    Hear live commentary of Liverpool v Fulham on BBC Radio 5 live right now.

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    David Ljunggren: Fulham looking abject yet again, for the third game in a row. Surely Jol can't last much longer if this continues.

    Matthew Riordan: Liverpool rampant. Two set piece goals. Two world class deliveries by Gerrard.

    Akarim: It's a case of how many now at Anfield.

  203. 1531: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Liverpool 2-0 Fulham

    Liverpool look to turn up the pain on Martin Jol, as Philippe Coutinho drives in a dipping strike from 20 yards which Maarten Stekelenburg does well to tip over the top!

  204. 1531: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Chelsea 0-0 West Brom

    Finally after half an hour of uninspiring football, Chelsea come close to an opening goal at Stamford Bridge as Oscar's free-kick from the edge of the area is tipped over the bar by West Brom keeper Boaz Myhill.

  205. 1529: 
    GOAL- Southampton 2-0 Hull - Rickie Lambert (Pen 30 mins)

    You just don't save those. Rickie Lambert smashes the spot-kick into the roof of the net. Could be a long afternoon for Steve Bruce's boys.

  206. 1529:  
    BBC Sport's Ben Smith at AnfieldLiverpool 2-0 Fulham

    "The atmosphere inside Anfield has changed completely in the space of those three minutes and Martin Jol, on the bench down in front of me, looks a very worried man. The first goal was all about the quality of Steven Gerrard's free-kick and the second was just a thumping header by Martin Skrtel. Mike Myers is so into this game, that he has even taken his overcoat off. He is running on the warmth of Anfield right now."

  207. 1528: 
    PENALTY TO SOUTHAMPTON- Southampton 1-0 Hull

    Adam Lallana is upended by a sliding Steve Harper - who is booked. Clear penalty.

  208. 1527: 
    CLOSE!- Crystal Palace 0-0 Everton

    More great interplay down the left from Everton ends with Leon Osman whipping a cross-shot across the face of goal, Romelu Lukaku stoops but can't quite get a touch on it from five yards out.

  209. 1527:  
    John Hartson, former Wales striker at Anfield for 5 live SportLiverpool 2-0 Fulham

    "Steven Gerrard has such ability to whip a ball in. He curled it away from the keeper and Luis Suarez attacked the ball really well. He's such a strong header of the ball, even if it has been credited as an own-goal. This is fantastic play from Liverpool, and Suarez is just running rings round the Fulham defence."

    Hear live commentary of Liverpool v Fulham on BBC Radio 5 live right now.

  210. 1525: 
    GOAL- Liverpool 2-0 Fulham - Martin Skrtel (26 mins)

    Fulham fans, look away now...

    More awful defending as Steven Gerrard's corner is thumped home by the forehead of Martin Skrtel, with Fernando Amorebieta again beaten far too easily.

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    Chris Bloomfield: This is like watching championship football, get the ball on the ground Villa and Cardiff!

  212. 1525:  
    Former Leicester striker Steve Claridge on Final ScoreSouthampton 1-0 Hull

    "All the plaudits Mauricio Pochettino has received are fully deserved. The tempo Southampton play at is fantastic.

    "They press and squeeze sides. Wanyama sits in midfield and that helps with their defensive record.

    "Morgan Schneiderlin encapsulated everything they do well there. He reacted quickest."

    Watch the programme on the BBC Sport website and Red Button now.

  213. 1524: 

    The first goal of the Championship afternoon is Bolton's as former West Ham youngster Richard Hall converts a left-footed drive at home to Millwall. It's controversial though, as a Millwall player was down at the time. At the John Smith's Stadium, Nikola Zigic has struggling Birmingham ahead against Huddersfield - the Serb buries a right-footed shot past keeper Alex Smithies.

  214. 1522: 
    GOAL- Liverpool 1-0 Fulham - Fernando Amorebieta (OG 23 mins)

    Liverpool do get the breakthrough! Steven Gerrard whips in a free-kick from the right, bodies everywhere in the box and as Luis Suarez just fails to get a touch the ball deflects in off the side of Fulham centre-half Fernando Amorebieta. Is that the signal for the opening of the floodgates?

  215. 1523:  
    BBC Sport's Ben Smith at AnfieldLiverpool 0-0 Fulham

    "With Mike Myers watching on from the second row of the directors' box, Liverpool flew out of the traps and produced some incisive football in the early exchanges. But for all their possession and domination, they have yet to carve out a really clear opportunity. Fulham have looked dangerous on the fleeting occasions that they have broken forward but almost all of their focus is on not conceding at this stage. Dimitar Berbatov is, as you would, expect ambling around the field with all the urgency of snail but has still shown some wonderful touches."

  216. 1521: 
    CLOSE!- Crystal Palace 0-0 Everton

    Bright start from Everton at Selhurst Park, with Gareth Barry finding Leon Osman breaking forwards into the area, the midfielder takes a good touch to steady himself but then pulls a shot wide from 15 yards. Nice move through the midfield.

  217. 1520: 

    The FA Cup never fails to surprise. And could we have an upset on our hands at St Albans, with the Southern Premier League Division side leading Mansfield through Darren Locke's header?

    The Stags' League Two rivals Oxford also trail 1-0 at home to Conference Premier side Gateshead courtesy of James Marwood.

    Kidderminster and Sutton United are locked a 1-1, as are Stourbridge and Biggleswade.

    But it could be a long afternoon for Alan Wright's Southport who are already 2-0 down at League One leaders Leyton Orient. Shaun Batt and David Mooney were on target for the O's inside the first 10 minutes.

  218. 1520: 
    CLOSE!- Liverpool 0-0 Fulham

    Liverpool look slick on the attack, with Philippe Coutinho busy as ever, but Fulham have had the best opening, Pajtim Kasami seeing his shot deflected into the side-netting from a tight angle.

  219. 1518: 
    Premier League table

    Southampton for the title? They're second as things stand.

  220. 1517: 
    Aston Villa 0-0 Cardiff

    Roy Keane's in the stands at Villa Park, perhaps casting his eye on Ciaran Clark? Maybe he was expecting Richard Dunne to still be playing...

  221. 1517: 

    Joe from St Helens: Can not help but think Sakho's price tag kept Agger from making the starting line up, no question who the better defender is.

  222. 1515: 
    GOAL- Southampton 1-0 Hull - Morgan Schneiderlin (16 mins)

    Southampton get the ball rolling for the Premier League afternoon, with a very direct goal indeed. Rickie Lambert gets up between two Hull defenders to nod the ball back across goal, and Morgan Schneiderlin arrives like a train to loop his header into the roof of the net. Great arrive.

  223. 1515: 
    KICK-OFF- Crystal Palace 0-0 Everton

    Under way in the delayed game at Selhurst Park.

  224. 1513: 

    Not the most thrilling 13 minutes of the Premier League season to be honest. Mike Myers may have to do some entertaining for us all at this rate.

  225. 1511: 
    CLOSE!- Aston Villa 0-0 Cardiff

    Almost a great own goal! Giant Villa striker Libor Kozak comes back to defend a free-kick, wins the header but sends it past Brad Guzan and a yard wide of the far post. Almost a gift for Cardiff!

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    Sebastian Kuzoe: I would leave Chelsea if I was Juan Mata. He is a defensive liability most top teams would die for.

  227. 1509: 
    Chelsea 0-0 West Brom

    Chelsea dominating possession as you would expect, but Oscar's low 25-yarder is straight at Boaz Myhill in their best opening of a steady opening 10 minutes.

  228. 1507: 
    Aston Villa 0-0 Cardiff

    Karim El Ahmadi sees a shot for Aston Villa blocked away from 20 yards - it's been a good start for the hosts.

  229. 1506: 
    Liverpool 0-0 Fulham

    Luis Suarez gets into the Fulham penalty area for the first - but not last - time this afternoon, he looks to pull the ball back from the left wing but Maarten Stekelenburg pouches it to his chest. Good hands for a big man.

  230. 1505: 
    Leicester 0-0 Nottingham Forest
    Leicester and Nottingham Forest

    An RAF helicopter has delivered the match ball to the King Power stadium for the Midlands derby between Leicester and Nottingham Forest.

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    Lewis Wilson: When you say Chelsea Pensioners, do you mean Terry and Lampard?

  232. 1504: 
    Southampton 0-0 Hull

    The England connection for Southampton almost brings a chance as Adam Lallana puts in a testing cross from the right, but Rickie Lambert can't quite get a header in at the back post. Will those two be in Brazil next summer?

  233. 1503:  
    John Hartson, former Wales striker at Anfield for 5 live SportLiverpool 0-0 Fulham

    "A decent start for Liverpool, and even early on Glen Johnson is trying to whip that ball into the Fulham area."

    Hear live commentary of Liverpool v Fulham on BBC Radio 5 live right now.

  234. 1502: 
    Aston Villa 0-0 Cardiff

    Libor Kozak sees a powerful header well saved for Aston villa, but the offside flag was already raised.

  235. 1502:  
    BBC Radio 5 liveLiverpool 0-0 Fulham

    Liverpool v Fulham commentary. A wrapped up @Iandennisbbc & @JohnHartson10 bring you the action.

    John Hartson
  236. 1501: 

    We are also up and running at Southampton, Liverpool and Villa Park. Palace away at 1515 don't forget.

  237. 1500: 
    KICK-OFF- Chelsea 0-0 West Brom

    Chelsea get us under way.

  238. 1457: 

    Heads bowed at each of our games as a minute's silence is observed.

  239. 1454: 
    Chelsea v West Brom (1500 GMT)

    Jose Mourinho on picking Cesar Azpilicueta over Ashley Cole: "Azpilicueta brought to the team against Schalke what you really need, which is to be very solid at the back, especially against team with fast opponents playing wide and coming inside. West Brom has this kind of attacking players and I think Azpilicueta is a great example of what I need. He has played very few matches but was always a great professional. Sometimes you have to show the group that this is important and I think he deserves to play."

    The Chelsea pensioners lead the sides out as it's remembrance weekend. Here we go...

  240. 1454: 
    Crystal Palace v Everton (1515 GMT)
    John Motson

    John Motson is in place in the Selhurst Park gantry, wrapped in his trademark sheepskin coat. Listen to his commentary of Crystal Palace's game against Everton on Match of the Day on BBC One at 2250 GMT.

  241. 1453: 

    It has been a good day for England's teams in the Women's Champions League with both Arsenal and Birmingham winning their last-16 first legs.

    Goals from Steph Houghton, Danielle Carter and Ellen White gave the Gunners a 3-0 home win over Glasgow City, while Isobel Christiansen and Josanne Potter secured a 2-0 win for Birmingham at Russian champions FK Zorkiy Krasnogorsk.

    The second legs will be played on Wednesday.

  242. 1452: 

    Players in tunnels around the grounds, kick-off is fast approaching. Hold on to your hats...

  243. 1450: 
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    Daniel Mclearnon: Did Mike Myers think Dana 'Garth' Carvey was at Anfield today? John W. Henry lookalike...

  244. 1450: 

    I've never been more relieved not to get a picture Ryan...

  245. 1449: 
    GET INVOLVED- on 81111

    Tree in Brighton: Re 1431: Didn't David James once pull a hamstring or some muscle celebrating a goal on a computer game!?! Missed a couple of matches?

    Ryan Bryers: When I played for Hyde United as a goalkeeper I fell downstairs the night before a game causing groin and testicle damage. I have a photo that I won't share so you don't throw up.

  246. 1448: 
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    John Southworth: I reckon Eden Hazard will want a man of the match performance today as a way to apologise to Jose!

    Oxygen: Lamps over Mikel? That's the joke of the day. Mulumbu would easily outmuscle Lamps in the middle. Mourinho should stop favouritism.

    BBC Sport's Ben Smith at AnfieldLiverpool v Fulham (1500 GMT)

    Mike Myers does the Dr Evil pose by the Anfield touchline. Groovy.

    Mike Myers
  248. 1444: 
    MATCH DELAYED- Crystal Palace v Everton (1515 GMT)

    The game at Selhurst Park has been put back to 1515 GMT due to traffic problems in the area. That's a 15-minute delay...

  249. 1441: 
    PARTY TIME, EXCELLENT!- Liverpool v Fulham (1500 GMT)
    Mike Myers

    Mike Myers at Anfield: "I'm so thrilled to be here, I cannot even believe it. I'm normally really chatty but I'm speechless right now. I was born in Canada in '63 and my parents came to Toronto in '56, and there's no-one more English than an Englishman not living in England. Our house was a shrine to Liverpool. I love the people here and I really do think it's my home.

    "I did not sleep last night - I cannot believe it. I'm so jazzed to be here. I can't even talk, I can't look at the soccer players in the face. I'm even starstruck by Anfield, the pitch. I didn't even want to look at it - I was a little afraid.

    "I think Liverpool have every chance of getting into that top four this year. When Sturridge and Suarez get the ball you just don't know what's going to happen. It's old-school Liverpool, getting the ball and distributing it upfield.

    "My only heartbreak I have is my Dad would have loved this team because of its creativity. But he's up there, enjoying it all."

  250. 1439: 

    We're still waiting for our first FA Cup goal of the afternoon as Grimsby v Scunthorpe and Boreham Wood v Carlisle both drift toward 0-0 draws...

  251. 1436: 
    Liverpool v Fulham (1500 GMT)

    Mike Myers - AKA Austin Powers, AKA Wayne Campbell - is doing some pre-match interviews! Superb...

  252. 1436: 
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    David Toole: Am I missing something with Jordan Henderson? How does he keep his place?

    Danny: Am happy to see Agger back for Liverpool with Coutinho also available, waiting to watch good football from the side.

  253. 1435:  
    BBC Final Score

    From clangers, injuries and all the FA Cup goals. Steve Claridge and Garth Crooks will be giving their reaction to the afternoon's action on Final Score.

    Watch the programme on the BBC Sport website and Red Button now.

  254. 1433: 
    BBC Final Score's James Mason at Turf MoorBurnley v Bournemouth (1500 GMT)
    Burnley v Bournemouth

    "The Duke of Lancaster's 4th Battalion are guests at Burnley v Bournemouth."

  255. 1431: 

    The Tim Howard collision brings to mind the great goalkeeping injuries of our time. Santiago Canizares dropping an aftershave bottle on his foot, Dave Beasant doing the same with some salad cream, Richard Wright falling out of his loft...

  256. 1429: 
    Crystal Palace v Everton (1500 GMT)
    Tim Howard

    Everton fans will be hoping that Tim Howard's spatial awareness improves by kick-off time - the American's day has got off to a bad start by walking into the wing mirror of the team coach!

  257. 1427: 

    The weather which called Bury's game off has just hit out offices on Salford Quays. You'd be forgiven for thinking it was the middle of the night right now.

    If you're at a game, make sure you bring the big coat. I'm calling it - big coat season is upon us...

  258. 1424:  
    BBC Sport's Ben Smith at AnfieldLiverpool v Fulham (1500 GMT)
    Mike Myers

    "Mike Myers is in the directors' box at Anfield today. Looks very smart in a suit."

  259. 1423: 
    MATCH ON- Charlton v Leeds (1530 GMT)

    The game at the Valley goes ahead after a second pitch inspection, it's a 1530 GMT kick-off now.

  260. 1418: 
    Chelsea v West Brom (1500 GMT)

    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho on taking on his former assistant Steve Clarke: "It will be strange feeling during the match. You try to forget but you can't forget completely. In the end we want to do our jobs well, we want our teams to win and that is our job.

    On his second stint as Chelsea boss: "In many things it is the same, a couple of things are different. My team is not here any more, only a few of my former players so it is like being at the club for the first time.

    "Chelsea is in my heart as everybody knows. It is much more than a job. My nature, the nature of Mr Abramovich and the nature of the club is to win things, but at the same time we are trying to enjoy it and play good football."

  261. 1418: 

    Isobel Christiansen gives Birmingham City a 1-0 half-time lead in their last 16 Champions League first leg tie at Russian side FC Zorky Krasnogorsk.

  262. 1417:  
    BBC Sport's Ben Smith at AnfieldLiverpool v Fulham (1500 GMT)

    "That chastening defeat by Arsenal has prompted Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers to make three changes to his starting XI and one significant change to his formation. The fit-again Glen Johnson returns to the side in place of Jon Flanagan, Phillipe Coutinho starts in place of Mamadou Sakho and there is a recall for Daniel Agger in place of Kolo Toure. Having played a three-man defence for the past month or so, without keeping a clean sheet, Rodgers reverts to a back four for the visit of Fulham. The visitors make two changes with Alexander Kacaniklic replacing the suspended Sascha Riether and Elsad Zverotic replacing Bryan Ruiz. Dimitar Berbatov starts as the lone striker."

  263. 1415: 
    BREAKING TEAM NEWS- Southampton v Hull (1500 GMT)

    Southampton make 10 changes from the midweek Capital One Cup tie as England trio Adam Lallana, Rickie Lambert and Jay Rodriguez all start. Hull again start with Steve Harper in goal.

    Southampton XI: Boruc, Clyne, Fonte, Lovren, Shaw, Wanyama, Schneiderlin, Ward-Prowse, Lallana, Rodriguez, Lambert

    Hull XI: Harper, Rosenior, Figueroa, Davies, McShane, Elmohamady, Boyd, Meyler, Huddlestone, Livermore, Sagbo

  264. 1413: 
    FULL-TIME- Reading 1-1 QPR
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    Tom Holmes: So happy Liverpool are back to a back-four today with Agger and Skrtel both starting. Should win comfortably today, maybe 3-1.

  266. 1412: 

    Charlie Cox: Been going to Welling for four years now, never seen them get this far. Hope they do it!

  267. 1410: 
    BREAKING TEAM NEWS- Aston Villa v Cardiff (1500 GMT)

    Aston Villa make two changes as Libor Kozak and Aleks Tonev start. For Cardiff, Aron Gunnarsson and Don Cowie both start.

    Aston Villa XI: Guzan, Bacuna, Vlaar, Clark, Baker, El Ahmadi, Westwood, Sylla, Tonev, Benteke, Kozak

    Cardiff XI: Marshall, Taylor, Caulker, Turner, Whittingham, Medel, Odemwingie, Gunnarsson, Cowie, Theophile-Catherine, Bellamy.

  268. 1409: 
    BREAKING TEAM NEWS- Chelsea v West Brom (1500 GMT)

    Eden Hazard starts for Chelsea after being dropped for disciplinary reasons for the 3-0 Champions League victory over Schalke on Wednesday night.

    Chelsea XI: Cech; Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Azpilicueta; Ramires, Lampard; Hazard, Oscar, Willian; Eto'o

    West Brom XI: Myhill; Reid, McAuley, Olsson, Ridgewell; Yacob, Mulumbu; Amalfitano, Sessegnon, Brunt; Long

  269. 1409: 
    BREAKING TEAM NEWS- Liverpool v Fulham (1500 GMT)

    Liverpool go back to a flat back four as Philippe Coutinho starts.

    Liverpool XI: Mignolet, Johnson, Skrtel, Agger, Cissokho, Lucas, Gerrard, Henderson, Coutinho, Suarez, Sturridge

    Fulham XI: Stekelenburg, Zverotic, Senderos, Amorebieta, Richardson, Dejagah, Parker, Sidwell, Kacaniklic, Kasami, Berbatov

  270. 1405:  
    Cardiff manager Malky Mackay on BBC Radio 5 liveAston Villa v Cardiff (1500 GMT)

    "It has been a great week here, being around the training ground. The win against Swansea has given everyone a smile on their faces.

    "Gary Medel has been really reliable since he came here. He believes he can play in one of the best leagues."

    Listen to build-up to the afternoon's games on BBC Radio 5 live now.

  271. 1401: 
    BREAKING TEAM NEWS- Crystal Palace v Everton (1500 GMT)

    Marouane Chamakh keeps his place up front for managerless Crystal Palace as Yannick Bolasie comes into the side.

    Palace XI: Speroni, Ward, Gabbidon, Delaney, Moxey, Jedinak, Dikgacoi, Bannan, Thomas, Bolasie, Chamakh

    Everton XI: Howard, Coleman, Jagielka, Distin, Baines, McCarthy, Barry, Mirallas, Osman, Pienaar, Lukaku

  272. 1358: 
    PITCH INSPECTION- Charlton v Leeds

    Chaos at Charlton, where a pitch inspection has just been held.

    The game will now kick-off at 1530, providing the pitch passes another pitch inspection at 1415. What is it with Charlton v Yorkshire? It's only a few months since their game with Doncaster was abandoned with Donny cruising...

  273. 1352: 
    GOAL- Reading 1-1 QPR - Joey Barton (78 mins)

    Joey Barton steps up to fizz a curling free-kick into the corner from 20 yards, before holding up the shirt of injured team-mate Alejandro Faurlin to the away end.

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    Christopher Bates: I watched Guyana v Barbados WC qualifier on the way home from work... 2-0, and a great atmosphere!

  275. 1352:  
    Former Wales international John Hartson at AnfieldLiverpool v Fulham (1500 GMT)

    "I am fed up of Martin Jol talking about players like Dimitar Berbatov. He has not turned up all season.

    "If they do not start well against Liverpool, they will get turned over."

    Listen to build-up to the afternoon's games on BBC Radio 5 live now.

  276. 1352: 

    Stand by for today's team news then...

  277. 1349: 
    Southampton v Hull (1500 GMT)

    Opta Sports: "29 - Southampton have allowed only 29 shots on target in 13-14. In the top 5 leagues in Europe only Roma (27) & Atletico (28) have allowed fewer. Unit."

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    David Christian: I'm afraid Palace are already down in my book, Championship squad unable to compete week in week out at the top level.

  279. 1344: 

    Goals from Steph Houghton and Danielle Carter give Arsenal a 2-0 half-time lead in their Champions League last 16 first leg meeting at home to Glasgow.

    Defender Houghton headed home Rachel Yankey's corner on 14 minutes, before striker Carter converted Houghton's cross two minutes before half-time. Arsenal, the 2007 champions are bidding for a 12th successive Champions League quarter-final while Glasgow have never progressed beyond this stage.

  280. 1342: 

    Leicester will be looking to extend their eight match winning streak at the King Power Stadium this afternoon, but will face a stiff test from opponents and rivals Nottingham Forest. Play-off contenders Forest may have lost their last two games but will strive to maintain their promotion push with a win in the Midlands derby.

    Table-toppers Burnley host Bournemouth - Clarets striker Danny Ings, who has hit eight so far this term, will face his former club. At the other end of the table, South Yorkshire clash Barnsley v Doncaster sees two sides struggling to pull clear of the drop zone, while Bolton journey to Millwall with the Trotters looking to extend their unbeaten run to seven.

  281. 1341: 

    New Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill on his sacking from Sunderland in March: "I was very disappointed. With my record I thought we would have accrued the five points needed from seven matches [to avoid relegation last season]. The owner [Ellis Short] thought otherwise and appointed a manager for 13 games. [Di Canio] He pretty much criticised everything beforehand and is not at work at the moment."

    What do you reckon Sunderland fans? Wish you'd kept hold of MON?

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    Mark Case: I once watched Ilfracombe Town v Paulton Rovers in the preliminary round whilst on holiday in Devon. 0-1 for anyone that cares.

  283. 1340:  
    MOTD's Simon Brotherton at St Mary'sSouthampton v Hull (1500 GMT)

    "Southampton's morale will be sky high ahead of this game following the inclusion of Jay Rodriguez, Adam Lallana and Rickie Lambert in the England squad.

    "It's further reward for a team who've really impressed this season and lie sixth in the table after the second-best start to a top-flight campaign in the club's history."

  284. 1339:  
    MOTD's Jonathan Pearce at AnfieldLiverpool v Fulham (1500 GMT)

    "Fulham boss Martin Jol doesn't fear the sack. He may not be frightened of getting the boot, but he must be aware that his chances of staying in the job are rapidly diminishing, and this is the worst possible time for Fulham to go to Liverpool.

    "The home side will be desperate to bounce back from defeat at Arsenal, and they've won five of six games this season against bottom-half teams."

  285. 1336: 
    GOAL- Reading 1-0 QPR - Garath McCleary (62 mins)

    Deadlock broken at the Madejski, and it's a cracker too! Former Nottingham Forest man Garath McCleary drifts away from Joey Barton in midfield, takes aim and thumps a drive in off the base of the post. A skidder from 25 yards.

  286. 1335:  
    MOTD's John Motson at Selhurst ParkCrystal Palace v Everton (1500 GMT)

    "Crystal Palace are getting close to the last-chance saloon already. Seven defeats in a row is not an attractive prospect to any potential new manager, but they need to get the situation sorted quickly otherwise it's going to be too late.

    "In the predicament they are in, Roberto Martinez's Everton are one of the worst sides to face."

  287. 1334:  
    MOTD's Guy Mowbray at Stamford BridgeChelsea v West Brom (1500 GMT)

    "Jose Mourinho welcomes Steve Clarke - the man he called "my brother" this week - back to Stamford Bridge. A nice touch, but there'll be no cosiness during the game.

    "After losing at Newcastle, Mourinho won't tolerate another slip-up from his team."

  288. 1333:  
    MOTD's Steve Wilson at Villa ParkAston Villa v Cardiff (1500 GMT)

    "Back in 1998, Paul Lambert and Malky Mackay were team-mates at Celtic for a few months - the pair will no doubt put aside a few minutes for a private chat over old times and new challenges, whatever the result may be.

    "I'm sure that a discussion of the relative merits of their clubs' owners would be an interesting one; Randy Lerner and Vincent Tan sound like very different people."

  289. 1332: 

    We will have team news for the day's Premier League action in the next half an hour - here's what's coming up...

  290. 1329:  
    BBC Radio 5 live's Conor McNamaraMARTIN O'NEILL PRESS CONFERENCE

    "Martin O'Neill is playing this very well. Cool, confident, cracking jokes...

    "He says Roy Keane 'will be brilliant for Ireland.'

    "O'Neill said that Keane took four seconds to accept the role, but jokes that it would take 10 minutes for the roles to be reversed between the manager and his assistant.

    "This is all a breath of fresh air for Irish journalists after years of barely comprehendible press conferences under Giovanni Trapattoni."

  291. 1327: 

    Asked about whether assistant Roy Keane is his "natural successor", Martin O'Neill says: "I'll defer that to FAI chief John Delaney sitting next to me (cue laughter among gathered press)."

  292. 1326: 
    Marcus Gayle

    You can follow all the FA Cup action via our live scores service.

    There's bound to be a shock somewhere but will it come at Griffin Park where Marcus Gayle, who had two spells with Brentford as a player, returns to face the League One club as manager of Conference South side Staines Town?

    The first round always throws up stories of postmen, builders and factory workers becoming footballing heroes for the day.

    But Biggleswade Town have a burger van vendor and a cardboard box salesman to thank for having former QPR striker-turned-rapper Shabazz Baidoo in their ranks for their tie at Southern League Premier Division rivals Stourbridge.

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    Ash Winter: Most obscure ground I've been to for an FA Cup match? Liversedge v Harrogate Town. A woeful 2-1 defeat by the minnows too!

    Can I ask who the minnows are there...?

  294. 1322: 
    O'Neill presser

    New Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill: "I'd like to speak to [former manager Giovanni] Trapattoni about how he felt about managing the team. With his experience at international and club level, I'd like to talk to him.

    "My job here is to try to help the side qualify for the Euros in 2016, but that is not to say I will not play a greater role in the development of Irish football."

  295. 1320: 
    KICK-OFF- Reading 0-0 QPR

    Back under way at the Madejski, while our first FA Cup game is up and running. Grimsby 0-0 Scunthorpe as it stands...

  296. 1318: 

    The day's action is up and running in Scotland, where Ross County are currently holding Celtic in a 0-0 draw.

    Can they keep it up? Follow the action in our Scottish football live text commentary.

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As It Stood Table

Last updated 09 Nov 2013 UK

Barclays Premier League summary table; it charts each team by position, team name, games played, total goal difference and points
Position Team Played Goal Difference Points
No movement 1 Arsenal 10 13 25
Moving up 2 Liverpool 11 11 23
Moving up 3 Southampton 11 10 22
Moving down 4 Chelsea 11 8 21
Moving up 5 Everton 11 4 20
Moving down 6 Tottenham 10 4 20
Moving down 7 Man City 10 17 19
No movement 8 Man Utd 10 4 17
Moving up 9 West Brom 11 0 14
Moving up 10 Aston Villa 11 -1 14
Moving down 11 Newcastle 10 -2 14
Moving down 12 Hull 11 -5 14
Moving down 13 Cardiff 11 -6 12
Moving down 14 Swansea 10 0 11
Moving up 15 Norwich 11 -12 11
Moving down 16 West Ham 11 -2 10
Moving down 17 Fulham 11 -9 10
Moving down 18 Stoke 10 -4 9
No movement 19 Sunderland 10 -15 4
No movement 20 Crystal Palace 11 -15 4

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