Saturday, 30 April 2011

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Fulham are making a mockery out of Steve Bruce's striker crisis, leading at the Stadium of Light 3-0!
Second-placed Chelsea have a chance to close the gap on Manchester United as they pursue the league leaders in a bid to retain their Barclays Premier League trophy.

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Starting XIs (Blackburn vs Bolton)
Blackburn: Paul Robinson, Phil Jones, Christopher Samba, Gael Givet, Michel Salgado, Jermaine Jones, Steven Nzonzi, Martin Olsson, Brett Emerton, Jason Roberts, Benjani Mwaruwari
Bolton: Adam Bogdan, Zat Knight, Gary Cahill, Matthew Taylor, Paul Robinson, David Wheater, Tamir Cohen, Ricardo Gardner, Johan Elmander, Kevin Davies, Rodrigo
Starting XIs (Blackpool vs Stoke City)
Blackpool: Matthew Gilks, Ian Evatt, Alex Baptiste, Stephen Crainey, Neil Eardley, Charlie Adam, Keith Southern, David Vaughan, Gary Taylor-Fletcher, DJ Campbell, Matthew Phillips
Stoke City: Asmir Begovic, Robert Huth, Ryan Shawcross, Marc Wilson, Andy Wilkinson, Rory Delap, Glenn Whelan, Dean Whitehead, Jermaine Pennant, Kenwyne Jones, Jonathan Walters
Starting XIs (Sunderland vs Fulham)
Sunderland: Simon Mignolet, Nedum Onuoha, Michael Turner, Phil Bardsley, Ahmed Al Muhammadi, Jack Colback, Lee Cattermole, Steed Malbranque, Sulley Muntari, Jordan Henderson, Stephane Sessegnon
Fulham: Mark Schwarzer, Phillipe Senderos, Aaron Hughes, Carlos Salcido, Chris Baird, Steve Sidwell, Danny Murphy, Gael Kakuta, Simon Davies, Bobby Zamora, Eidur Gudjohnsen
Starting XIs (West Brom vs Aston Villa)
West Brom: Scott Carson, Jonas Olsson, Abdoulaye Meite, Nicky Shorey, Gonzalo Jara, Youssuf Mulumbu, Paul Scharner, Carlos Vela, James Morrison, Peter Odemwingie, Simon Cox
Aston Villa: Brad Friedel, James Collins, Richard Dunne, Luke Young, Kyle Walker, Nigel Reo-Coker, Stiliyan Petrov, Ashley Young, Stewart Downing, Darren Bent, Gabriel Agbonlahor
Starting XIs (Wigan vs Everton)
Wigan: Ali Al Habsi, Antolin Alcaraz, Gary Caldwell, Maynor Figueroa, Emmerson Boyce, Ben Watson, Mohamed Diame, James McCarthy, Tom Cleverley, Hugo Rodallega, Charles N'Zogbia
Everton: Tim Howard, Sylvain Distin, Phil Jagielka, Leighton Baines, Tony Hibbert, Jack Rodwell, Phil Neville, Mikel Arteta, Leon Osman, Tim Cahill, Victor Anichebe

The Blues have been galvanised after expensive striker Fernando Torres broke his much-publicised scoring duck in the 3-0 win over West Ham last weekend, their fourth consecutive victory.
While snatching the title from United still seems unlikely - although they still have to play the leaders at Old Trafford - boss Carlo Ancelotti is enthused and hinted he may pair Torres and Didier Drogba up front.
"When you have very good players, you have to try to put them together," he said.
"Maybe they can sacrifice something of their ability, of their skills, but they can play together. If you are able to do this, I think it is good for the team, to get good results."
Spurs have plenty to play for as well as they can afford nothing less than victory if they are to return to the Champions League.
Harry Redknapp's side are four points behind fourth-place Manchester City, who occupy the last Champions League qualification place, and who play bottom-placed West Ham on Sunday.
"If we lose to Chelsea and City win their next two games it will be virtually impossible (to finish fourth)," Spurs midfielder Tom Huddlestone said.
"We don't want to be hanging on for fifth position. We have to look up and we want to finish where we were last season."
At the other end of the table, just five points separate the bottom five clubs.
West Ham are joined by Wolves and Wigan in the bottom three, with Blackpool teetering just above them.
Wolves failed to haul themselves out of the drop zone after they were hammered 3-0 at Stoke in midweek and face another tough task with a Midlands derby at Birmingham this weekend.
Wigan are behind Blackpool on goal difference only and host Everton while the Tangerines are also on their own soil when they play Stoke.
Blackburn will look to arrest their 10-game winless run, that has left them just a point above the relegation places, when they host Bolton.
Fulham boss Mark Hughes has targeted a top-10 finish after their 3-0 win over Bolton in midweek and they travel to Sunderland while West Brom are at home to Aston Villa in another Midlands derby.
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