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Today at OT: 17-23 Aug

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Sunday 23 August

17:51 Just been flicking between the Ashes (what a win for England, unlucky Nick!) and Fulham vs Chelsea game. Really thought the Blues might slip up in this one, but it wasn't to be thanks to goals from Drogba and Anelka to secure a 2-0 win. Earlier in the day, Burnley picked up where they left off against us with a 1-0 victory over Everton courtesy of Wade Elliott's deflected first half strike. Ex-Red Louis Saha missed a late penalty for the Toffees who sit bottom of the league. Meanwhile, in-form Tottenham maintained their 100 per cent record with a 2-1 win at West Ham thanks to goals from Jermain Defoe and Aaron Lennon. I'm signing off for today, but we'll all be back with you tomorrow. (GT)

Saturday 22 August

19:51
I'm heading home very soon - I sincerely hope my Sky Plus box has recorded the first episode of X Factor?! I'll be online on Sunday and will bring you the results from Burnley v Everton, Fulham v Chelsea and West Ham v Spurs. Bye for now! (GT)

19:15 Make sure you tune into Match of the Day tonight or login to MUTV Online from midnight to see United's goals - Michael Owen's first for the club was a sublime finish, while Nani's free-kick was an absolute scorcher. The boss was delighted with the result and reserved particular praise for his three strikers, who all found the net. You can also check out Steve's match report and player ratings and read what Owen had to say about opening his account and how Rooney felt at breaking through the 100-goal mark. (GT)

18:30 What a day it's been for United. I think we all expected a response to the defeat at Burnley, but did anyone go for a 5-0 win?! Well done Wazza as well following goals 100 and 101, just brilliant. The Reds are currently third (on goal difference) in the table after the victory at the DW Stadium, behind leaders Arsenal, who thrashed Portsmouth 4-1 at the Emirates, and Spurs, who entertain West Ham on Sunday. Over at Eastlands, Emmanuel Adebayor fired the winner in Manchester City's 1-0 win over Wolves after being set up by Carlos Tevez. Elsewhere in the Barclays Premier League, Birmingham

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