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Afternoon all As some of you may have spotted, I’m currently doing minute-by-minute coverage of Aston Villa v Arsenal.

I’ll be along here just as soon as that game finishes to find out if Manchester United can go top, Bolton can maintain their charge towards the Champions League places and West Ham can sink any lower at home to Wigan.

I shall do my best to keep you posted on the most significant goings-on in the lower divisions, too – not least QPR’s first-versus-second clash with Cardiff in the Championship – as well as the FA Cup second round.

In the meantime, you can keep up with all today’s goals from across Europe on our live scoreboard, and see what it means for the league standings with our up-to-the-minute stats centre.

Here we go with the team news …

Man Utd v Blackburn

Man Utd: Van der Sar, Rafael Da Silva, Ferdinand, Vidic, Evra, Nani, Carrick, Anderson, Park, Berbatov, Rooney.Subs: Kuszczak, Giggs, Hernandez, O’Shea, Evans, Fletcher, Obertan.Blackburn: Robinson, Salgado, Samba, Nelsen, Chimbonda, Jones, Emerton, Dunn, Goulon, El-Hadji Diouf, Roberts.Subs: Bunn, Givet, Linganzi, Mwaruwari, Hoilett, Hanley, Morris.Referee: Lee Probert (Wiltshire)

Bolton v Blackpool

Bolton: Jaaskelainen, Ricketts, Cahill, Knight, Robinson, Lee, Mark Davies, Muamba, Taylor, Kevin Davies, Elmander.Subs: Bogdan, Steinsson, can you buy canada goose jacket online Petrov, Klasnic, Moreno, Blake, Cohen.Blackpool: Kingson, Eardley, Cathcart, Evatt, Crainey, Grandin, Vaughan, Adam, Taylor-Fletcher, Campbell, Varney.Subs: Halstead, Southern, Ormerod, Euell, Phillips, Edwards, Carney.Referee: Mike Dean (Wirral)

West Ham v Wigan

West Ham: Green, Jacobsen, Tomkins, Upson, Gabbidon, Behrami, Barrera, Parker, Stanislas, Piquionne, Obinna.Subs: Boffin, Reid, Cole, Boa Morte, Kovac, McCarthy, Hines.Wigan: Al Habsi, Stam, Gohouri, Steven Caldwell, Figueroa, Gomez, Diame, Thomas, Cleverley, N’Zogbia, Di Santo.Subs: Pollitt, Watson, Boselli, Moses, McArthur, McManaman, Mustoe.Referee: Mark Halsey (Lancashire)

Stoke v Man City

Stoke: Begovic, Wilkinson, Huth, Shawcross, Collins, Pennant, Whitehead, Delap, Etherington, Jones, Fuller.Subs: Sorensen, Higginbotham, Whelan, Gudjohnsen, Wilson, Walters, Sanli.Man City: Hart, Richards, Toure, Kompany, Kolarov, De Jong, Milner, Barry, Silva, Balotelli, Tevez.Subs: Given, Wright-Phillips, Adam Johnson, Boateng, Lescott, Vieira, Jo.Referee: Peter Walton (Northamptonshire)

Fulham v Birmingham

Fulham: Schwarzer, Baird, Hangeland, Hughes, Salcido, Davies, Murphy, Etuhu, Dempsey, Gera, Kamara.Subs: Stockdale, Kelly, Pantsil, Duff, Eddie Johnson, Dikgacoi, Greening.Birmingham: Foster, Carr, Johnson, Ridgewell, Dann, Larsson, Fahey, Bowyer, Ferguson, Hleb, Jerome.Subs: Doyle, Murphy, Phillips, Michel, Zigic, Parnaby, Beausejour.Referee: Howard Webb (S Yorkshire)

Everton v West Brom

Everton: Howard, Hibbert, Jagielka, Distin, Baines, Pienaar, Cahill, Heitinga, Arteta, Yakubu, Anichebe.Subs: Mucha, Bilyaletdinov, Saha, Beckford, Coleman, Rodwell, Baxter.West Brom: Carson, Jara, Scharner, Tamas, Cech, Mulumbu, Morrison, Thomas, Brunt, Dorrans, Odemwingie.Subs: Myhill, Tchoyi, Pablo, Barnes, Reid, Shorey, Fortune.Referee: Lee Mason (Lancashire)

Wolverhampton v Sunderland

Wolverhampton: Hennessey, Zubar, Stearman, Elokobi, Ward, Foley, Mancienne, David Jones, Milijas, Jarvis, Doyle.Subs: Hahnemann, Van Damme, Ebanks-Blake, Fletcher, Hunt, Bent, Davis.Sunderland: Gordon, Onuoha, Ferdinand, Mensah, Bardsley, Richardson, Henderson, Cattermole, Zenden, Bent, Welbeck.Subs: Mignolet, Malbranque, Angeleri, Da Silva, Riveros, Elmohamady,Gyan.Referee: Michael Jones (Cheshire)

2.50pm: Right, here we go. A big thank-you to my colleague Alan Gardner for sticking in all the team news whilst I was finishing off the Aston Villa v Arsenal minute-by-minute. And also to my other colleague Tom Bryant for bringing me a sandwich.

2.55pm: Just enough time before kick-off, then, to bring up the big question – posed by one or two emailers during that Villa-Arsenal game. Does the neckwear sported by an increasing number of Premier League footballers in winter (a hoop of fabric that tucks into shirt collar) constitute a scarfetta, or a snood?

2.58pm: “Blackpool at 11/2 well-priced today,” muses @man_on_football on Twitter. “They certainly know how to shake the tree away from home …” True, but Bolton have also only lost once at home so far this season. In the informal office sweepstake, not one person has picked Blackpool to win. All of us have them scoring at least once, though.

3pm: Off we go in the 3pm games. In the early FA Cup kick-off, Stevenage beat AFC Wimbledon 2-0.

3.02pm: Manchster United 1-0 Blackburn Well that didn’t take long, did it? Some controversy about the goal as Paul Robinson was injured in the build-up, and was still trying to hobble back to his line when Nani played in Rooney, who flicked it back for Berbatov to finish.

3.04pm: A total of 18 games called off today due to weather, according to Sky Sports news, but not Middlesbrough v Hull, which seems to be going ahead despite the fact it seems to be taking place in the middle of a full-on snow storm.

3.07pm: “Gaah! Surely Robinson should just have stayed down,” wails Julian Menz. Given it wasn’t a head injury the referee wouldn’t have been obliged to stop play anyway, though it would have made United’s players look far less sporting when they put it in.

3.09pm: Manchester City are already struggling with Delap’s long throw-ins at Stoke, Robert Huth oh so nearly laying on a goalscoring chance for Fuller as he got highest to knock one on inside the box. Moments earlier another such throw had fallen to Jermaine Pennant, who cracks his shot over from close range.

3.11pm: Apologies – the auto-refresh button was not switched on at the beginning but it should now be there.

3.12pm: “Round these parts (Winnipeg, in the centre of Canada) we call those neckwarmers,” announces straight-as-an-arrow Bryan Regehr in response to our scarfetta/snood question. “Though they’re often pulled up buy canada goose jacket winnipeg to cover the neck, mouth, nose and cheeks (frostbite isn’t fun). When worn in conjunction with a toque, just the eyes show. Or a balaklava works too.”

3.13pm: QPR 0-1 Cardiff Craig Bellamy puts Cardiff in front with his first goal in seven games, a fact that has gone down especially badly since it came right after QPR felt they should have had a penalty for handball ..

3.15pm: Bolton are looking the sharper side so far at the Reebok, fizzing the ball around nicely. Richard Kingson just made a good save to deny Kevin Davies.

3.16pm: Everton 0-1 West Bromwich Albion Well, Everton had been playing well, too, but they are now behind after Paul Scharner heads in from close range.

3.17pm: Over at the Britannia Stadium it is very much Stoke who are on top of Manchester City and not just from the long throw-ins. Kenwyne Jones just crashed a header over the bar from close range.

3.18pm: Trouble brewing up in Scotland, where Celtic v Inverness is being presided over by a referee from Luxembourg, who just awarded the visitors a goal-kick when it should have been a Celtic corner. He may be about to discover why the Scottish refs are on strike.

3.19pm: QPR 1-1 Cardif Kaspars Gorkss heads home the equaliser for QPR.

3.20pm: Fulham 0-1 Birmingham Alexander Hleb, anonymous to this point, feeds Larsson, who slots home from inside the box. Fulham just can’t catch a break at the moment – they had been the better team so far and only a few minutes earlier Clint Dempsey had flashed a shot just wide of Ben Foster’s goal.

3.23pm: Manchester United 2-0 Blackburn Ji-Sung Park extends United’s lead at Old Trafford, exchanging passes with Rooney on the edge of the box before racing into the area and beating Robinson. United, as things stand, are going back ahead of Arsenal and top of the table. Moments earlier Richard Stearman had the ball in the net for Wolves against Sunderland, but it was disallowed.

3.26pm: “Surely the neckwear as sported in the Arsenal game is an aerodynamic version of a ruff,” insists Marc Redfearn. OK, now you’re just making up words aren’t you?

3.27pm: Everton 0-2 West Bromwich Albion Chris Brunt extends the Baggies’ lead at Goodison Park, curling a fantastic free-kick into past Tim Howard.

3.27pm: Manchester United 3-0 Blackburn Well this one’s done already, isn’t it? Dimitar Berbatov gets his second. Meanwhile, our man Andy Hunter at Old Trafford has an update on Wayne Rooney: “The first Rooney chants came on nine minutes at Old Trafford and, while muted, reflected an encouraging start from the striker. His early touches have shown a vast improvement on his contribution at Ibrox in midweek and he’s been central to all the United goals, while Berbatov also looks to be coming back into form against canada goose coat 1000 a subdued Blackburn. Only their fans appear up for this one, although one or two have taken matters too far and have been ejected. Probably best all-round.”

3.29pm: Bolton 0-1 Blackpool Well our Twitter correspondent (2.58pm) may have been onto something with that prediction for Blackpool after all. Ian Evatt at the Reebok.

3.30pm: “Your comment about the ref at Parkhead makes me wonder what the perfect scenario is for the striking referees,” ponders Alan Cooper. “Presumably, it is for the scab refs to have genuine shockers and be roundly abused by the fans? Or would their point be proved better by best canada goose jacket incidents like you described—essentially tiny moments in a match producing disproportionate abuse from idiotic fans with no sense of perspective?”

3.31pm: It’s still goalless at Molineux but it’s certainly been an eventful game – lots of chances at both ends buy canada goose jacket online cheap – and Kieran Richards just saw a free-kick cannon off the post and across the face of goal – behind the Wolves keeper Wayne Hennessey.

3.34pm: “A ruff is a flambouyant looking wading bird these days,” insists Shooby Taylor in response to Marc Redfearn (3.26pm).

3.35pm: West Ham 1-0 Wigan Could Save Our Season day be a successful venture after all at Upton Park? Valon Behrami has just given West Ham the lead.

3.37pm: The snow has stopped falling at Middlesbrough, though there’s already enough of it for Hull to be fairly well camouflaged in their white strips. It’s 1-1 by the way, though Nick Barmby just missed a chance to put Hull back ahead. Yes, that Nick Barmby – the one you remember from 1991.

3.38pm: West Ham are dominant just now at Upton Park, Ali Al Habsi having to look very sharp indeed amazon canada goose parka to deny Junior Stanislas.

3.41pm: Brighton 0-1 FC United of Manchester Crikey oh riley – this would be a huge result if it stays as it is. Nicky Platt gives Northern Premier League Premier Division FC United the lead against League One leaders Brighton.

3.43pm: Everton 1-2 West Bromwich average cost canada goose jacket Albion Tim Cahill has got Everton back in the game at Goodison Park. You won’t be surprised to hear he scored it with his head.

3.45pm: Anthony Gerrard has put Hull back ahead against Middlesbrough.

3.46pm: Not a good day to be a Sheffield United fan, so far away to Bristol City they have conceded two penalties (and subsequently trail 2-0) and they have now had Richard Cresswell sent off for violent conduct.

3.48pm: Many games reaching half-time now, I’ll do a round-up of scores in a few minutes.

3.49pm: While we’re waiting for half-time scores to be confirmed, here’s Greg Scully on the snood/scarfetta debate: “Seems to me they’re both ridiculous names. A ‘Snood’ sounds like a guy who believes he’s the bees-knees but is actually a total prick. While a ‘Scarfetta’ is more redolent of a tactical vomit brought on by imbibing one too many coffee-based cocktails, probably in a trendy (ie: plastically awful) bar called ‘Snoods’.”

3.51pm: Here are the half-time scores in the Premier League:

Bolton 0-1 BlackpoolEverton 1-2 West Bromwich AlbionFulham 0-1 BirminghamManchester United 3-0 BlackburnStoke 0-0 Manchester CityWest Ham 1-0 WiganWolves 0-0 Sunderland

3.52pm: Here are the half-time scores in the Championship

Barnsley 0-0 WatfordBristol City 2-0 Sheffield UnitedCrystal Palace 1-0 DoncasterMiddlesbrough 1-2 HullPreston 0-0 MillwallQPR 1-1 CardiffReading 0-0 LeedsScunthorpe 0-1 Coventry

3.55pm: Here are the half-time scores in the FA Cup:

Brighton 0-1 FC UnitedBurton Albion 2-0 ChesterfieldBury 0-2 PeterboroughCarlisle 0-1 TamworthCharlton 2-1 LutonColchester 1-0 Swindon SupermarineDarlington 0-1 YorkDover 0-0 AldershotHereford 1-2 Lincoln CityHuddersfield 3-0 MacclesfieldSheffield Wednesday 2-0 NorthamptonSouthampton 1-0 CheltenhamTorquay 1-0 WalsallWycombe 1-0 Chelmsford

You can, of course, keep up with all the latest scores on our live scoreboard.

3.57pm: “Blackburn are desperate and so, understandably, are their supporters, who have taken a break from trying to get hauled out of the stadium to chant for the return of Roque Santa Cruz,” writes our man Andy Hunter at Old Trafford. “Given the visitors have yet to muster an attack, nevermind an effort on goal, the Paraguayan is unlikely to turn his back on an exorbitant contract at City and ride to the rescue just yet.”

4.01pm: Yet more snood/scarfetta/ruff/stupid thing footballers wear around their necks correspondence. “When I went skiing in Colorado, everybody told me I needed to get a ‘turtle’,” announces Gavin May. “No, they weren’t advising me of the benefits of carry a large, amphibious sea creature when tackling the slopes, they were giving me the very sensible advice to buy what the Arsenal players were wearing today – so named, one presumes, because you can pull it up over your mouth and cheeks, giving your head the appearance of emerging, turtle-like, from within it.”

4.04pm: Games are buy canada goose jacket cheap getting going again now and Wolves have come flying out of the blocks once again. Ronald Zubar just flashed a thunderbolt wide from 25 yards out.

4.06pm: Manchester United 4-0 Blackburn Dimitar Berbatov completes his hat-trick, and I would tell you more about that, but …

4.07pm: Manchester United 5-0 Blackburn … they’ve just scored another one. Nani, who laid on the goal a minute ago, just added another.

4.08pm: Wolves 1-0 Sunderland At last, Wolves have reward for their endeavour at Molineux. Kevin Foley played a cross-field ball to Matthew Jarvis, whose shot across goal was parried by Gordon, but the ball fell straight out to Foley himself, who crashed it home.

4.10pm: Fulham 1-1 Birmingham Clint Dempsey drags Fulham level with a header. Birmingham’s defenders believe there was a foul in the build-up, but nothing doing for the referee. Meanwhile, the snow is falling again in Middlesbrough, where the home side are now back level with Hull at 2-2.

4.11pm: “Thanks for the great mbm,” parps Gareth Roberts. “I have always, or at least for some considerable time, thought that a snood was a little net that goes over your beard (if you have one) as a safety precaution during food preparation. A friend who used to work at McDonalds stole several and gave them to me. Beardless, I pinned them to the wall as tiny storage hammocks. I think that the thing the footballers are wearing is a scarfetta.”

4.13pm: West Ham 2-0 Wigan It’s rapidly becoming Saved Our Season day (well, Finally Got Our Points Tally Into Double Figures day) at Upton park. Victor Obinna extends the home side’s lead, crashing the ball home inside the area.

4.15pm: Bolton 0-2 Blackpool Well our man on Twitter is now looking very smart indeed. Luke Varney has just extended Blackpool’s advantage.

4.16pm: Everton, still a goal down at home to West Bromwich Albion, have just had Mikel Arteta sent off for a stamp.

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4.19pm: “Are you sure those players are not wearing the wonderfully named Bandarf,” enquires Andrew Clarke.

4.20pm: Robert Green saves a penalty for West Ham! Wigan’s record signing Mauro Biselli, just introduced from the bench, was given the opportunity to get his first goal for the club after Danny Gabbidon fouled Tom Cleverly in the box, but his low effort had little power behind it and Green got down sharply.

4.21pm: A fourth buy canada goose jacket nyc (fourth!) goal for Dimitar Berbatov. “How can United end this decline,” smirks Tim Poole.

4.25pm: Wolves 1-1 Sunderland Wolves remain incapable of keeping a clean sheet. They’ve played well today but Darren Bent escaped down the left-hand side and fired across Hennessey to bring Sunderland level.

4.27pm: In case you were wondering, FC United are still 1-0 up away to Brighton in the FA Cup second round.

4.28pm: Dimitar Berbatov gets his FIFTH goal. Manchester United 7-0 Blackburn Well this is now beyond silly. Trying to steal FC United’s thunder?

4.29pm: QPR 2-1 Cardiff Adel Taarabt crashes the ball into the top corner from close in.

4.31pm: Well FC United’s job against Brighton just got a little bit harder – Scott McManus has been sent off.

4.32pm: West Ham 3-0 Wigan Scott Parker extends West Ham’s lead.

4.33pm: Bolton 1-2 Blackpool Martin Petrov brings Bolton back into the game at the Reebok Stadium.

4.33pm: Everton 1-3 West Bromwich Albion Somen Tchoyi looks to have put the game beyond 10-man Everton. The hosts had been playing better these last few minutes too.

4.36pm: Not only are FC United winning, by the way, but fellow non-leaguers Tamworth are also 2-1 up away to Carlisle, while Dover lead Aldershot.

4.38pm: Blackpool are very much hanging on now against Bolton, Stephen Crainey clearing off the line from Petrov moments ago.

4.39pm: Wolves 1-2 Sunderland Danny Wellbeck puts Sunderland in front, but it doesn’t last long …

4.40pm: Wolves 2-2 Sunderland Because Wolves race straight down the other end, Jarvis puts a cross over canada goose canada outlet, and Stephen Hunt pulls them level.

4.41pm: Stoke 0-1 Manchester City Micah Richards finally breaks the deadlock at the Britannia Stadium.

4.42pm: Manchester United 7-1 Blackburn The fight-back starts here – Christopher Samba gets one back for Blackburn.

4.44pm: West Ham 3-1 Wigan OK, this is getting really hard to keep up with now. Cleverly grabs a consolation goal for Wigan.

4.44pm: Everton 1-4 West Bromwich Albion Youssouf Mulumbu extends the visitors’ lead.

4.45pm: Death of the underdogs In the space of a couple of minutes, Carlisle have equalised against Tamworth, and Brighton have equalised against FC United.

4.46pm: Bolton 2-2 Blackpool Mark Davies finally gets Bolton level after a spell of significant pressure. Paul Merson on Sky Sports News just declared it one of the goals of the season – the result of a wonderful exchange between Kevin Davies, Klasnic and Mark Davies.

4.48pm: Wolves 3-2 Sunderland What a game this has been at Molineux. Wolves have been ahead, they’ve been behind, and now they’re back in front again. Sylvan Ebanks-Blake does the business.

4.49pm: Carlisle have completed the turnaround against Tamworth, James Chester scoring what will surely prove the winner.

4.51pm: “Berbatov joins Andy Cole, Alan Shearer and Jermaine Defoe for scoring 5 goals in a single Premier League game,” announces Shooby Taylor. “And all done without saucy neck-garb. Who wudda thunk it?”

4.51pm: Stoke 1-1 Manchester City Matthew Etherington has surely rescued a point for Stoke at the Britannia Stadium, crashing home across Joe Hart after a huge backheel from Kenwyne Jones inside the area.

Full-time: Bolton 2-2 Blackpool

Full-time Everton 1-4 West Bromwich Albion

Full-time: Manchester United 7-1 Blackburn

Full-time: West Ham 3-1 Wigan

Full-time: Fulham 1-1 Birmingham

Full-time: Stoke 1-1 Manchester City

Full-time: Wolves 3-2 Sunderland

Full-time: QPR 2-1 Cardiff City

Full-time: Carlisle 3-2 Tamworth

Full-time: Brighton 1-1 FC United

5pm: OK, time for a comprehensive full-time round-up. There were 36 goals in the Premier League today – a record for any single day in the division. Here are all today’s Premier League results:

Aston Villa 2-4 ArsenalBolton 2-2 BlackpoolEverton 1-4 West Bromwich AlbionFulham 1-1 BirminghamManchester United 7-1 BlackburnStoke 1-1 Manchester CityWest Ham 3-1 Wigan Wolves 3-2 Sunderland

5.04pm: I was going to move on to the Championship, but first I better let your know that Dover just extended their lead over Aldershot to 2-0. Adam Birchall with both goals, they’re on course to reach the third round for the first time in their history.

5.05pm: OK, today’s Championship results:

Barnsley 0-0 WatfordBristol City 3-0 Sheffield UnitedCrystal Palace 1-0 DoncasterMiddlesbrough 2-2 Hull CityPreston 0-0 MillwallQPR 2-1 CardiffReading 0-0 Leeds UnitedScunthorpe 0-2 Coventry

5.06pm: And today’s FA Cup results:

AFC Wimbledon 0-2 StevenageBrighton 1-1 FC UnitedBurton Albion 3-1 ChesterfieldBury 1-2 PeterboroughCarlisle 3-2 TamworthCharlton 2-2 LutonColchester 1-0 Swindon SupermarineDarlington 0-2 YorkHereford 2-2 Lincoln CityHuddersfield 6-0 MacclesfieldSheffield Wednesday 3-2 NorthamptonSouthampton 3-0 CheltenhamTorquay 1-0 WalsallWycombe 3-1 Chelmsford

5.08pm: Still waiting for a full-time confirmation from Dover, but in the meantime, here’s West Ham fan John from Cape Town: “Double-edged sword, that result. We get the win, but the clueless undertaker may get to keep his job, in which case relegation is certain.”

5.10pm: And now we do have confirmation – Dover 2-0 Aldershot is a full-time result, and the Conference South side are through to the third round of the FA Cup for the first time. FC United, meanwhile, get a home replay after a hugely impressive draw away to Brighton. Right, that’s it from me – thanks for all your emails. I didn’t even come close to getting through all of your thoughts on snoods, scarfettas and ruffs, so apologies if your email didn’t make it in. Thanks for reading.

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