3Manchester City12+1124
4Manchester United12+419
5Newcastle United12-119
6West Ham United12+418
7Swansea City12+318
10Tottenham Hotspur12-117

Sunday's PL Results

Wolves 0 Birmingham 1 (Bowyer)
Everton 0 Liverpool 2 (Yobo OG, Kuyt)
Arsenal 0 Chelsea 3 (Drogba 2, Vermaelen OG)
29/11/2009 17:00, Report by Matt Nichols
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League: Blues march on

Chelsea re-established a five point lead over United at the head of the Premier League table with a 3-0 victory over Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.

Goals from Didier Drogba and Thomas Vermaelen - at the wrong end - just before half-time did the damage for Carlo Ancelotti's side, who turned in a resolute defensive display before Drogba added a late third.

Earlier on Sunday, a Joseph Yobo own-goal and Dirk Kuyt's late strike gave Liverpool the spoils in a gritty Merseyside derby at Everton's Goodison Park. The first of three local derbies came at Molineux, where Lee Bowyer's early effort gave Birmingham a 1-0 win over Wolves.

On Saturday, Manchester City dropped points for the seventh straight Premier League match as they drew 1-1 with Hull. Shaun Wright-Phillips opened the scoring before a late Jimmy Bullard penalty earned a point for the visitors.

West Ham and Burnley served up a treat at Upton Park, with the home side emerging victorious in a 5-3 scoreline. The Hammers raced into a 5-0 lead, before the Lancashire outfit bagged three consolation goals, with ex-Red Chris Eagles on the

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