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Weekend Premiership games - Saturday Full Times

last updated Saturday 08th September 2001, 6:03 PM
On Sunday Fulham make a short journey across London to play Charlton for our first London derby in the the Premiership. The Super Whites must win or at worst draw if a mid-table or higher position is to be achieved at the end of the season

Charlton gained promotion to the Premiership at the end of the 1999/2000 season and in the Premiership last season finished 9th after winning 14 drawing 10 and losing 14 games. Of the 14 defeats only three were at home! This season they have played twice losing at home and winning away.

Charlton are not slow in coming forward having created as many goal attempts as Fulham, an average of 10.5 attempts per game. However following our dismal game against Defensive Derby Charlton's shots on target rate stands at 48% while Fulham's is 36%. Charlton facing a number of injuries will not be able to field their preferred first eleven and therefore may be more defensive than they would normally be at home.


Historically in 21 away fixtures against Charlton Fulham have won 5, drawn 7 and lost 9 so although the game is a must win it will not be easy.

The Fulhamweb prediction is a victory of at least 3-1 to Fulham and a crowd of 20500

Saturday
Interesting results on Saturday were Chelsea and Arsenal drawing 1-1, Derby and West Ham drawing 1-1 with Leicester and Middlesboro continuingtheir disastrous start. Bolton remain top of the Premiership, clear from Man Utd and Leeds by 2 points. Fulham dropped to 11th but if we win tomorrow we will bounce up to 5th.

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On Sunday Fulham meet Charlton at The Valley and plan to take all three points.

Fulhamweb's prediction is 3-1 victory for Fulham in front of a 20500 crowd.

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Saturday 08/09/01 - Barclaycard Premiership
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Chelsea (6) Arsenal (4) 1-1 (1-1) FT Match Stats
Derby (9) West Ham (17) 0-0 (0-0) FT Match Stats
Leeds (3) Bolton (1) 0-0 (0-0) FT Match Stats
Leicester (20) Ipswich (11) 1-1 (0-1) FT Match Stats
Liverpool (12) Aston Villa (15) 1-3 (0-1) FT Match Stats
Man Utd (5) Everton (2) 4-1 (2-0) FT Match Stats
Middlesboro (19) Newcastle (14) 1-4 (1-1) FT Match Stats
Sunderland (10) Blackburn (8) 1-0 (0-0) FT Match Stats
Sunday 09/09/01 - Barclaycard Premiership
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Charlton (13) Fulham (7) 0-0 (0-0) 16.00 Match Stats
Tottenham (16) Southampton (18) 0-0 (0-0) 14.00 Match Stats
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Saturday 08 Sept 2001


Chelsea (1) 1 Arsenal (1) 1

Thierry Henry clipped in a Robert Pires cross after 17 minutes to give Arsenal the lead in the London derby at Chelsea. But when Gianfranco Zola was pulled down Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink stepped up to make it 1-1. But then he blotted his copy book by being sent off for a foul on Martin Keown.

Chelsea: de Goey, Desailly, Gallas, Terry, Le Saux, Lampard, Petit, Zenden (Melchiot 90), Gronkjaer (Stanic 83), Hasselbaink, Zola.

Subs Not Used: Jokanovic, Gudjohnsen, Bosnich.

Sent Off: Hasselbaink (71).

Booked: Gronkjaer. Goals: Hasselbaink 31 pen.

Arsenal: Seaman, Cole, Keown, Adams (Campbell 77), Grimandi, Lauren, van Bronckhorst, Pires, Henry, Wiltord (Ljungberg 86), Bergkamp (Kanu 69).

Subs Not Used: Inamoto, Wright.

Booked: Pires, Cole, van Bronckhorst, Keown, Grimandi. Goals: Henry 17.

Att: 40,855 Ref: M Riley (Leeds)

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Saturday 08 Sept 2001


Derby (0) 0 West Ham (0) 0

Shaka Hislop made a string of great saves to earn West Ham a 0-0 draw at Derby

Derby: Oakes, Boertien, Riggott, Higginbotham, Mawene, Burley, Powell, Johnson, Kinkladze, Ravanelli, Burton (Morris 80).

Subs Not Used: Grant, Daino, Murray, Valakari.

Booked: Ravanelli, Burley, Riggott, Johnson, Burton.

West Ham: Hislop, Winterburn, Song, Dailly, Schemmel, Sinclair, Carrick, Hutchison, Cole (Moncur 85), Kanoute (Todorov 54), Di Canio (Defoe 80).

Subs Not Used: Forrest, Soma.

Booked: Hutchison, Dailly.

Att: 27,802 Ref: C Wilkes (Gloucester).

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Saturday 08 Sept 2001


Leeds (0) 0 Bolton (0) 0

Sam Allardyce's Bolton new boys - billed as no-hopers - stay on top of the Premiership after a 0-0 draw with Leeds at Elland Road. The Trotters strung five men across the middle and left Michael Ricketts as a lone striker and restricted United to one chance. It fell to the unmarked Mark Viduka from a Harry Kewell cross but the Australian headed wide.

Leeds: Martyn, Kelly, Ferdinand, Matteo, Harte, Wilcox (Bakke 59), Dacourt, Batty, Kewell, Viduka, Keane.

Subs Not Used: Woodgate, Robinson, McPhail, Maybury.

Booked: Dacourt.

Bolton: Jaaskelainen, Charlton, Bergsson, Farrelly, Whitlow, Frandsen, Nolan, Pedersen, Barness, Hansen (Richardson 82), Ricketts (Holdsworth 84).

Subs Not Used: Banks, Marshall, Nishizawa.

Booked: Whitlow.

Att: 40,153 Ref: S Bennett (Kent).

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Saturday 08 Sept 2001


Leicester (0) 1 Ipswich (1) 1

Leicester earned their first point of the season when Dean Sturridge gave them a last-gasp equaliser at home to Ipswich. Marcus Stewart put the Ipswich in front but then Town had Matteo Sereni, their goalkeeper, sent off after a clash with Robbie Savage, only for Muzzy Izzet to blast the penalty over the top. City's Lee Marshall was also shown the red card for a foul and time was running out when Sturridge netted at the second attempt to make it 1-1.

Leicester: Walker, Sinclair (Stewart 45), Marshall, Elliott, Impey, Davidson, Savage, Lewis, Izzet, Akinbiyi (Sturridge 63), Scowcroft.

Subs Not Used: Flowers, Delaney, Jones.

Sent Off: Marshall (82).

Booked: Akinbiyi, Savage, Izzet. Goals: Sturridge 90.

Ipswich: Sereni, Makin, Hreidarsson, Bramble, McGreal, George (Branagan 61), Holland, Magilton, Wright, Reuser, Stewart (Armstrong 89).

Subs Not Used: Clapham, Venus, Counago.

Sent Off: Sereni (58). Booked: Makin, Reuser, Magilton. Goals: Stewart 13.

Att: 18,774 Ref: B Knight (Orpington).

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Saturday 08 Sept 2001


Liverpool (0) 1 Aston Villa (1) 3

Liverpool suffered a shock 3-1 home defeat by Aston Villa and into the bargain had England hero Steven Gerrard sent off for a knee-high tackle. Dion Dublin headed in a Paul Merson cross but Gerrard nodded in the equaliser form six yards to level. Lee Hendrie but Villa in front and, with the Reds down to 10 men, Darius Vassell added a third four minutes from time.

Liverpool: Dudek, Henchoz (Murphy 76), Hyypia, Riise (Vignal 60), Carragher, McAllister, Barmby (Owen 60), Hamann, Gerrard, Heskey, Fowler.

Subs Not Used: Biscan, Arphexad.

Sent Off: Gerrard (74).

Booked: Barmby, Carragher, Vignal. Goals: Gerrard 46.

Aston Villa: Schmeichel, Delaney, Wright, Mellberg, Alpay, Boateng, Hendrie (Staunton 89), Merson (Hadji 70), Kachloul, Vassell, Dublin.

Subs Not Used: Enckelman, Ginola, Balaban.

Booked: Mellberg, Alpay. Goals: Dublin 31, Hendrie 55, Vassell 86.

Att: 44,102 Ref: A D'Urso (Billericay).

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Saturday 08 Sept 2001


Man Utd (2) 4 Everton (0) 1

Juan Sebastian Veron looked worth every penny of his £28.1million fee as he starred in Manchester United's 4-1 win over Everton who started the day in second spot. The former Lazio midfielder rounded off a brilliant move to claim the first, an unmarked Andy Cole lashed in the second and Quinton Fortune waltzed through for a third. The Toffees pulled one back through Kevin Campbell but David Beckham, coming on as a substitute, rounded off a good afternoon for the Red Devils.

Man Utd: Barthez, Gary Neville (Silvestre 58), Brown, Blanc, Phil Neville, Chadwick (Beckham 77), Veron, Keane, Fortune, Cole, Yorke (van Nistelrooy 78).

Subs Not Used: Carroll, Giggs.

Goals: Veron 22, Cole 40, Fortune 46, Beckham 90.

Everton: Gerrard, Unsworth, Stubbs (Tal 75), Weir (Xavier 65), Watson, Alexandersson (Moore 65), Gemmill, Pembridge, Pistone, Campbell, Ferguson.

Subs Not Used: Simonsen, Chadwick.

Booked: Weir. Goals: Campbell 68.

Att: 67,534 Ref: D Gallagher (Banbury).

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Saturday 08 Sept 2001


Middlesbrough (1) 1 Newcastle (1) 4

Middlesbrough scored their first goal of the new campaign when Colin Cooper put them ahead in the Tyne-Tees derby but, after goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer was sent off for a professional foul the roof fell in as Newcastle won 4-1. Alan Shearer scored from the spot and Nikos Dabizas and Laurent Robert netted before Shearer grabbed his second as he got his first goals since last November. In between Boro's Jonathan Greening had a penalty saved by Shay Given.

Middlesbrough: Schwarzer, Vickers, Fleming, Southgate, Cooper, Johnston (Job 77), Mustoe, Ince, Greening, Deane, Windass (Crossley 32).

Subs Not Used: Gavin, Wilson, Nemeth.

Sent Off: Schwarzer (31).

Booked: Ince. Goals: Cooper 4.

Newcastle: Given, Barton (O'Brien 77), Dabizas, Hughes, Elliott, Solano, Acuna, Lee, Robert, Shearer (Ameobi 81), Bellamy (Lua-Lua 81).

Subs Not Used: Bassedas, Harper.

Booked: Lee, Bellamy, Given. Goals: Shearer 34 pen, Dabizas 59, Robert 62, Shearer 76.

Att: 30,004 Ref: G Poll (Tring).

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Sunday 08 Sept 2001


Sunderland (0) 1 Blackburn (0) 0

Sunderland's game with Blackburn was heading to a 0-0 draw until Niall Quinn popped up nine minutes from the end to make it 1-0. The big Irishman was then the hero at the other end when he headed off the line with Thomas Sorensen beaten.

Sunderland: Sorensen, Haas, Gray, Craddock, McCartney, Rae (Kilbane 76), Schwarz, McCann, Arca, Phillips, Laslandes (Quinn 62).

Subs Not Used: Ingham, Williams, Bellion.

Booked: McCartney, Arca. Goals: Quinn 81.

Blackburn: Friedel, Berg, Bjornebye, Taylor, Duff, Flitcroft, Mahon (Hughes 60), Gillespie (McAteer 72), Jansen, Neil, Bent (Tugay 60).

Subs Not Used: Hignett, Miller.

Booked: Gillespie, Hughes, Berg.

Att: 45,103 Ref: M Dean (The Wirral).

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Sunday 09 Sept 2001


Charlton (13) v Fulham (7)

Charlton are without Richard Rufus, who underwent surgery on knee ligament damage sustained during his first appearance of the season at Ipswich and will be out for six months.

Steve Brown or Andy Todd, who has asked for a transfer from The Valley, will replace him.

Fulham's new £11.5million striker Steve Marlet is not expected to make his debut.

Marlet, who moved from Lyon last week, has been handed the number nine shirt but is unlikely to play after sustaining an injury while with the French team in Chile at the weekend.

Luis Boa Morte is available for the first time in the campaign after sitting out the first three Premiership matches due to a suspension held over from last season.

Last season: No corresponding fixture

Last five league matches: Charlton W L L L W, Fulham D L L W D

Top scorers: Jonatan Johansson and Kevin Lisbie (Charlton) both 1

Louis Saha (Fulham) 3

Ref: J Winter (Stockton-on-Tees)

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Sunday 09 Sept 2001


Tottenham (16) v Southampton (18)

Glenn Hoddle must inspect a parade of his walking wounded before he can even name a squad.

Gustavo Poyet starts a three-match suspension and eight players are on the treatment table as well as long-term absentees Stephen Carr, Chris Armstrong, Willem Korsten, Anthony Gardner and Ben Thatcher.

Southampton manager Stuart Gray will be without Norwegian defender Claus Lundekvam as his side try and win their first points of the season. Tahar El Khalej is expected to deputise for Lundekvam who serves a one-match ban after being sent off at Leeds last month.

Midfielder Chris Marsden has an ankle injury while Matt Le Tissier is battling to recover from a calf injury and captain Jason Dodd is still ruled out by a long-term knee problem.

Last season: Tottenham 0 Southampton 0, Southampton 2 Tottenham 0

Last five league matches: Tottenham L W D D L, Southampton L W W L L

Top scorers: Darren Anderton and Christian Ziege (Tottenham) both 1

Southampton - no scorers

Ref: A Wiley (Burntwood)

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