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Norwich 2-0 Bolton (FT)
QPR 1-2 Wolves (FT)
West Brom 1-2 Swansea (FT)
Stoke 0-1 Sunderland (FT)
Wigan 1-1 Everton (FT)
15.33 – Here’s a look at the pitch a few hours prior to Stoke’s game with Sunderland today. And the snow is still coming down thick and fast at the moment.
15.36 – It’s been a mixed day for QPR’s new strikers – Djibril Cisse has just been sent off against Wolves.
15.40 – For those wondering, Cisse reacted badly to a challenge from Roger Johnson, grabbing him by the throat in the process – not exactly an auspicious start to life at his new club so.
15.55 – Just before the Huth red card, Setanta co-commentator Brian Little mentioned that the game features “two results-orientated managers,” which begs the question: what managers aren’t results-orientated?
16.02 – This is the first time I’ve liveblogged the Saturday Premier League matches and it appears my online presence has put some sort of hoodoo over strikers, given the lack of goals so far today (in the three o’clocks at least).
16.10 – QPR 1-1 WOLVES: Matt Jarvis scores the equaliser, with half-time substitute Kevin Doyle providing the assist with a cross.
Great to hear (from an Ireland fan’s perspective at least) that Doyle is back to doing what he does best.
16.14 – Brian Little is now theorising that Stoke’s laundry lady may have spooked the referee at half time, prompting him to subsequently book John O’Shea rather harshly. She can be “quite vocal” according to Little.
16.22 – Are you watching Trapattoni? James McClean with a typical driving run forward. The winger nutmegs Shawcross (who won’t be watching Match of the Day tonight) before coolly slotting the ball past Sorensen with his weaker right foot.
16.25 – Meanwhile, Danny Graham has put Swansea 2-1 ahead.
16.29 – Based on results this year, Sunderland are top of the league, and the Martin O’Neill revolution looks likely to continue today. Most underrated manager in the Premier League perhaps?
16.52 – With news of Phil Neville’s own goal, there’s an excuse to revisit this similarly embarrassing moment involving his brother: