Manchester City stay top of Premier League

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Manchester City are top of the Premier League for the second week running, after beating QPR 3-2 on Saturday.

Manchester United stay second with a 1-0 home victory over Sunderland, achieved on the same day Sir Alex Ferguson celebrated 25 years in charge.

Third place Newcastle stay unbeaten after a 2-1 thriller against Everton, featuring a stunning Ryan Taylor goal.

Robin van Persie helped Arsenal thump West Brom 3-1 while Chelsea snatched a 1-0 away win at Blackburn.

But Liverpool held newcomers Swansea to a disappointing goalless draw at Anfield.

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Kevin Davies celebrates his goal against Stoke

The really big news on Sunday was Bolton's massive 5-0 thrashing of Stoke, their first home win this season. Fulham were beaten 3-1 at home by Tottenham, despite Spurs boss Harry Redknapp being away recovering from a hospital operation.

There were also wins for Wolves against Wigan, and Aston Villa against Norwich.