FULHAM edged closer to Barclays Premier League survival with a comprehensive victory over relegation-threatened Blackpool at Craven Cottage.
FULHAM are to erect a statue of Michael Jackson at Craven Cottage to commemorate the late singer's friendship with chairman Mohamed Al Fayed.
Manchester City 1
Petr Cech saved a stoppage-time penalty to spare Chelsea a west London derby defeat at Fulham last night as Carlo Ancelotti's decision to drop Didier Drogba failed to pay off.
Danny Murphy scored twice from the penalty spot as Fulham tore 10-man Tottenham apart with a destructive first-half display in their FA Cup fourth round tie at Craven Cottage.
Liverpool's renaissance under Kenny Dalglish continued as victory over Fulham lifted them into their highest Barclays Premier League position of the season.
Aberdeen have completed the loan signing of Nick Blackman after snapping up midfielder Rob Milsom from Fulham.
Fulham moved out of the Barclays Premier League relegation zone as Chris Baird's early brace gave them a 2-0 win at Stoke.
Taylor (40), Elmander (86)
West Brom 0
Nasri 14, 75
Arsenal ended a difficult week by holding off a spirited Aston Villa fightback to earn victory.
Carlos Tevez showed old boss Mark Hughes no mercy as Manchester City romped to a victory that saw them close to within three points of the Premier League summit.
Tottenham 4, Blackburn Rovers 2
Tottenham cruised to their first league win in five games thanks to an impressive performance from two-goal Gareth Bale. Bale put Spurs in front with a header. Roman Pavlyuchenko missed a penalty and then made amends by heading the second. Peter Crouch added a third before Bale scored his second of the game from a cross by Alan Hutton. Ryan Nelsen and Gael Givet scored late for Blackburn.
Michael Essien's first-half header was enough to give ten-man Chelsea victory over west London rivals Fulham and keep them top of the Barclays Premier League table.
Arsenal 2 Birmingham City 1
Arsenal got their campaign back on track with a hard-fought win over Birmingham, but had Jack Wilshere sent off in stoppage time for a rash challenge.
Everton break league duck and end Blues' home run
The round-up of Saturday's English Premier League action
Tottenham 3, Wolverhampton 1
Tottenham produced a remarkable late comeback as Wolves self-destructed at White Hart Lane.
Steven Fletcher gave the visitors the lead, but a foul on Alan Hutton in the box and allowed Rafael van der Vaart to level 13 minutes from time, before subs Roman Pavyluchenko and Hutton completed the turnaround.