Premiership Round Up

May 2, 2009 | Filed Under: Blog 
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Chelsea warmed up for next week’s Champions League semi-final second leg against Barcelona with a derby tonic.

Nicolas Anelka put the Blues ahead with less than a minute gone from Ashley Cole’s cross, but Erik Nevland levelled with a fierce angled drive (4).

A frantic opening saw Florent Malouda lash Chelsea back ahead after a cross from Didier Drogba (10), who later turned in Anelka’s pass (53).  Chelsea v Fulham – Hiddink

Portsmouth 0 Arsenal 3

Striker Nicklas Bendtner scored twice as Arsenal clinched a Champions League place against 10-man Portsmouth.

The Gunners were gifted the lead by keeper David James who allowed Bendtner’s header to squirm in (13).

Bendtner converted a penalty after Sean Davis tripped Andrey Arshavin (41), and Carlos Vela hit a third (56) before Noe Pamarot was shown a straight red card for a professional foul on Arshavin.

Portsmouth v Arsenal – Wenger

Man City 3 Blackburn 1

Brazil star Robinho netted his 15th goal of the season to keep City on course for a Europa Cup place.

Felipe Caicedo stabbed the hosts ahead (27), before Robinho fired home from Nigel De Jong’s pass (34).

Elano added a third from the spot after Gael Givet’s handball (45), with sub Keith Andrews scrambling one back (66) after El-Hadji Diouf had his penalty and follow-up saved by Shay Given.

Man City v Blackburn – Hughes

 

Stoke 0 West Ham 1

Diego Tristan’s brilliant free-kick boosted West Ham’s chances of qualifying for the Europa League.

Tristan fired a dipping effort over the wall and into the back of the net (33), while Ricardo Fuller almost equalised but keeper Robert Green took the ball off his toes as he prepared to shoot.

Abdoulaye Faye’s header was cleared off the line for Stoke, while Junior Stanislas blazed over for the Hammers.

Stoke v West Ham – Zola

Tottenham 1 West Brom 0

Jermaine Jenas gave Tottenham their fifth straight home win as West Brom remained well adrift of safety.

Heurelho Gomes made an acrobatic save from Jonas Olsson for Spurs before Jenas struck with a superb curling shot from outside the area (43).

Marc-Antoine Fortune’s low shot hit the post and Shelton Martis twice went close for the Baggies, while Aaron Lennon struck the woodwork for Spurs.

Wigan 0 Bolton 0

Lancashire rivals Bolton and Wigan shared an entertaining goalless draw.

Trotters keeper Jussi Jaaskelainen twice denied Hugo Rodallego, one with the help of the post, and tipped over a long-range effort from Mido.

Gary Cahill’s deflected strike hit the woodwork for the visitors, while Wigan midfielder Maynor Figueroa deflected a corner over his own bar and Chris Kirkland saved from Gavin McCann

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