Norwich secured their fifth home league win with victory over Bolton despite losing both centre-halves to first-half injuries.
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Arsenal endured a frustrating evening against battling Bolton as they were held to a draw by Wanderers.
Bolton moved out of the bottom three after taking full advantage of some slack defending to defeat Liverpool.
Paul Scholes scored on his return to the starting side as Manchester United moved level on points with leaders Manchester City after beating Bolton.
Bolton survived a scare in a thrilling third-round FA Cup tie against League Two Macclesfield with David Wheater’s late header forcing a replay.
David Ngog and Gary Cahill struck to help Bolton recover from an amazing goal by Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard to move off the bottom of the table.
Bolton slipped to the bottom of the Premier League as 2011 ends despite picking up a first draw at home this season against Wolves.
A controversial decision by referee Howard Webb gifted Everton a penalty, which Leighton Baines scored to rescue a draw at Sunderland.
Blackburn Rovers manager Steve Kean felt the full fury of Ewood Park again as Bolton Wanderers came out on top in the battle of the Premier League strugglers.
Fulham heaped more misery on bottom of the table Bolton as goals by Clint Dempsey and Bryan Ruiz handed the visitors their fifth loss on the trot.
Bolton slipped to bottom of the Premier League after goals from Marc Albrighton and Stiliyan Petrov helped Aston Villa bounce back to form at the Reebok.
Tottenham leapt up to second with their sixth successive Premier League win at the expense of 10-man Bolton.
Second-half goals from Marouane Fellaini and Apostolos Vellios condemned Bolton to their 10th league defeat of the season.
Shane Long marked his return from injury with the winner to lift West Brom into the top 10 and pile the problems on for Bolton.
Chris Eagles and Ivan Klasnic both scored twice as Bolton Wanderers hammered Stoke City to pick up their first home points of the season.
Swansea City continued their impressive Premier League start as they extended their unbeaten home record to slide Bolton further into relegation trouble.
Park Chu-Young scored a delightful winner for Arsenal, who booked their place in the last eight of the Carling Cup at the expense of Bolton.
Two goals in the last eight minutes earned Sunderland their first away win and left Bolton without a point at the Reebok Stadium this season.