Premiership conclusions: Weekend for the underdogs expect David Haye

The Premier League seemed to be a place for draws and underdogs yesterday as teams failed to show their true ability, producing a weekend of shock results and boring goalless draws.

The biggest shocker of the weekend was Chelsea going down 3-0 to sunderland in their own backyard, goals from Nedum Onuoha, Gyan and Danny Welbeck all helped give the black cats a great win.Chelsea who sacked assistant Ray Wilkins in midweek maybe having second thoughts now.

Manchester United once again failed to pick up a full three points on their travels as they relied on central defender Vidic to score a late equaliser against a determined Aston Villa. United seem to be letting their chances to close the gap between them and Premier League leaders Chelsea slip through their hands.

Manchester City were unable to make their £300 million talent pool show, failing to even score against Birmingham City as the two teams battled it out to produce a draw which ended 0-0.

Newcastle United were unable to overcome London based Fulham at home, the game ending in a goalless draw which seemed to be the norm yesterday.

Stoke City managed to get on the scoresheet, scoring twice to sink a battling Liverpool side that had claimed earlier in the week that they have turned their situation around, Liverpool striker Fernando Torres had yet another quiet game, putting an end to his run of 3 goals in the last two outings for the club.

Tottenham played host to Blackburn Rovers, the game ending 4-2, the highest scoring game of the day. Must talked about Gareth Bale was once again a star man in the match, getting himself onto the scoresheet once again, meaning that the challenge was simply too much for Blackburn to recover.

Bottom side West Ham United played host to Premiership new boys Blackpool, who have been on a good run recently. The game produced very little for the fans to really sink their teeth into and so it comes as no surprise that the game ended in a goalless draw, 0-0.

Wigan took on West Brom and it took an inspired substitution from Roberto Martinez to secure the full three points that we up for grabs. Martinez brought on Victor Moses at half time in the game and Moses proved to be too much for West Brom to handle. The win is Wigan’s third of the season and sees them move out of the bottom three in the league.

Bolton travelled to Wolverhampton yesterday and managed to return home with three points at the two sides battled it out to take full possession of the game, the game was high paced and produced some great moments for the fans from both sides, Bolton winning the game 3-2.

Oh did anyway pay to watch the David Haye fight? unless you bet on a round 3 KO it had to be the worst £15 ever spent on a boxoffice event.

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