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Arsenal 3-1 Burnley
Arsenal drew level on points with second-placed Chelsea after making hard work of beating Burnley.
Nottm Forest 1-0 Swansea
Nottingham Forest move up to second thanks to an injury-time header from Luke Chambers following an error by Swansea goalkeeper Dorus de Vries.
Newcastle 6-1 Barnsley
Peter Lovenkrands and Danny Guthrie both score twice as Newcastle ease to victory over 10-man Barnsley.
Rangers 3-1 St Mirren
Lee McCulloch scores twice as Scottish Premier League leaders Rangers come from behind to St Mirren.
West Ham 1-2 Bolton
Bolton make the most of some poor West Ham defending to clinch their first away victory since September and climb away from the Premier League drop zone.
Hibernian 1-0 Kilmarnock
Derek Riordan's late free-kick gives Hibernian a Scottish Premier League victory over Kilmarnock.
Goal-line technology idea dropped
The International Football Association Board rules out the use of goal-line technology and video replays.
Wembley set for 10th relaid pitch
The Wembley pitch will be replaced for the 10th time in three years due to the combined effects of a harsh winter and freak weather conditions.
Portsmouth 2-0 Birmingham
Two goals from Frederic Piquionne help struggling Portsmouth beat Birmingham and reach the FA Cup semi-finals.
Ramsey vows to return 'stronger'
Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey speaks for the first time about the horrifying injury he suffered against Stoke last weekend.
Moyes keen to extend Donovan stay
Everton boss David Moyes is hopeful of extending forward Landon Donovan's stay at the club beyond the completion of his loan spell which ends this month.
Fulham pair scoop monthly awards
Fulham's Roy Hodgson is February's Premier League manager of the month, while Cottagers' goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer picks up the players' award.
Celtic pitch fuss angers Pressley
Celtic infuriate Falkirk manager Steven Pressley by triggering a Scottish Premier League inspection of their pitch ahead of Sunday's match.
Sunderland not in danger - Jones
Sunderland striker Kenwyne Jones says he and his team-mates are confident of retaining their Premier League status.
Wenger tips Walcott for greatness
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger backs forward Theo Walcott to become a "great football player" for the Gunners - and England.
Calderwood upset with Kyle trial
Kilmarnock manager Jimmy Calderwood is annoyed with striker Kevin Kyle over his trial with Russian club Spartak Nalchik.
Man Utd suitors 'won't overpay'
The Red Knights consortium say they have not yet put a figure on the value of Manchester United - but say they will not overpay.
Rangers boss favours 18-team SPL
Rangers manager Walter Smith feels an 18-team league would benefit Scotland's top flight and avoid the "embarrassment" of a split.
Chelsea hopeful of Joe Cole deal
Joe Cole still has a future at Stamford Bridge, says Chelsea assistant coach Ray Wilkins.
Baggies snap up Blackburn's Reid
West Brom sign Blackburn midfielder Steven Reid on a month's loan.