Saturday's Premier League football photos

Joey Barton (left) watches QPR
Wigan 2-0 QPR: QPR's new recruit Joey Barton (left), in his favourite denim jacket, watches his colleagues in action at the DW Stadium as they take on Roberto Martinez's Wigan
Franco Di Santo celebrates
Wigan 2-0 QPR: But it is not a good day for Rangers, who suffer their second Premier League defeat in three matches, Franco Di Santo scoring Wigan's second goal
Richard Dunne
Aston Villa 0-0 Wolves: Richard Dunne has a header cleared off the line but the derby between Villa and Wolves finishes goalless, with a disappointing crowd of only 30,776 present
Chelsea celebrate their opening goal against Norwich
Chelsea 3-1 Norwich: Jose Bosingwa opens the scoring at Stamford Bridge to give Chelsea the lead against Norwich after only six minutes, not a good sign for the Canaries, who lost 4-0 at home to MK Dons in midweek
Unusual scenes at Stamford Bridge
Chelsea 3-1 Norwich: Not a walking stick but an unusual object for the linesman to remove at Stamford Bridge, not a missile thrown from the crowd either but a fork, remarkably left on the touchline
Frank Lampard tries his luck
Chelsea 3-1 Norwich: England international Frank Lampard tries his luck with a long-range free-kick but Chelsea cannot add to their early lead before the break
Referee Mike Jones
Chelsea 3-1 Norwich: More conventional pitch paraphernalia this time at Stamford Bridge, and referee Mike Jones employs a trusty boot to deal with it
Didier Drogba collides with John Ruddy
Chelsea 3-1 Norwich: Chelsea striker Didier Drogba is floored following a spectacular collision with Norwich goalkeeper John Ruddy
Didier Drogba receives treatment
Chelsea 3-1 Norwich: Drogba suffers a nasty facial injury and after a lengthy period of treatment the Ivorian is taken to hospital
Grant Holt equalises for Norwich
Chelsea 3-1 Norwich: Grant Holt equalises for Norwich, lobbing delicately into an unguarded net in the 63rd minute for his Premier League goal
Norwich celebrate their equaliser at Chelsea
Chelsea 3-1 Norwich: Holt celebrates the goal with Norwich's faithful band of travelling supporters at Stamford Bridge as the Canaries contemplate a priceless point
John Ruddy is sent off
Chelsea 3-1 Norwich: Ruddy is shown a red card after bringing down Ramires and conceding a penalty
Frank Lampard puts Chelsea 2-1 up
Chelsea 3-1 Norwich: Lampard converts the controversial 82nd-minute spot-kick
Juan Mata
Chelsea 3-1 Norwich: New signing Juan Mata comes off the bench and marks his debut with a goal as Chelsea secure victory at Stamford Bridge
John O'Shea heads against the bar
Swansea 0-0 Swansea: Former Manchester United defender John O'Shea sees his header come back off the crossbar for Sunderland
Sunderland's Sebastian Larsson
Swansea 0-0 Sunderland: The Swans also hit the woodwork at the Liberty Stadium as both sides seek their first wins of the season, but the first half remains goalless
Swansea's Leon Britton tussles with Sunderland's Jack Colback
Swansea 0-0 Sunderland: The endeavour remains at the Liberty Stadium but the goals are elusive as Swansea and Sunderland settle for a goalless draw
Michel Salgado and Victor Anichebe clash
Blackburn 0-1 Everton: Tempers flare at Ewood Park but there are no goals until very late in the game, Rovers hitting a post and seeing a Junior Hoilett penalty saved by Everton keeper Tim Howard
Mikel Arteta
Blackburn 0-1 Everton: After Blackburn miss two penalties, Everton's Mikel Arteta secures a dramatic late victory for the Toffees in the final minute with the third spot-kick of the match
Daniel Agger and Gary Cahill
Liverpool 3-1 Bolton: In Saturday's early evening kick-off, Liverpool take on Bolton at Anfield, the Reds with a chance to go to the top of the table
Jordan Henderson opens his Liverpool account
Liverpool 3-1 Bolton: Summer signing Jordan Henderson, Liverpool's £20m capture from Sunderland, curls a superb opening goal for his new club
Martin Skrtel
Liverpool 3-1 Bolton: Powerful defender Martin Skrtel puts the Reds two-up shortly after half-time as Kenny Dalglish's side take command
Charlie Adam
Liverpool 3-1 Bolton: A minute later and another close season recruit, Charlie Adam, records his first goal for Liverpool as a deft finish puts them 3-0 up with only 53 minutes gone
Liverpool celebrate at Anfield
Liverpool 3-1 Bolton: Adam's strike takes Liverpool to the top of the table, and not even a late strike from Ivan Klasnic can spoil the party, with the two big Manchester clubs not in action until Sunday
Steven Gerrard (centre) watches on at Anfield
Liverpool 3-1 Bolton: Liverpool's return to the summit is achieved without star midfielder Steven Gerrard (centre) who watches the victory from the stands at Anfield as he continues to recover from a groin problem