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Dean Kiely is dejected as Jose Antonio Reyes celebrates his goal. (ShaunBotterill/GettyImages)
A moment of pure genius from Arsenal striker Thierry Henry helped set up a 4-0 demolition of Charlton at Highbury and extend their unbeaten league run to 48 matches. The Premeirship leaders now have 22 points after eight matches, with Chelsea on 17, one clear of third-placed Everton who lost 1-0 at home to a Tottenham Hotspur, who kept another clean sheet. [+]

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Crisis looming at Ajax
Ajax and Ronald Koeman could be set to part company, says Ernst Bouwes[+]
'What a waste of money...'
Dominic Raynor reflects on Wayne Rooney's dream start to his Man Utd career. [+]
Premiership Team News
All the latest on injuries, suspensions and call-ups - plus our predictions for the weekend's remaining top flight games. [+]
Something for a late weekend
Brimming with confidence after four profitable weeks, Bookies' favourite Sean Smith is at it again. All the odds are here, just waiting for your greenbacks. [+]
WIN! Tickets to Fulham v Liverpool
Your chance to win two tickets to watch the Premiership showdown between Fulham and Liverpool at Craven Cottage on October 16. [+]
Bloody, but brilliant
Some unfamiliar names towards the top of a fledgling Serie A and Roberto Gotta is enjoying the excitement on show. [+]
Sharing the burden
The art of forward play has several different permutations. Phil Ball considers the various types in La Liga. [+]
Soccernet webchat
ESPNSoccernet Press Pass pundit Tommy Smyth will answer your quesitons on the current hot football topics on Friday afternoon. [+]
Premier Showdown
It's the last round of games before the international break - can anyone makes inroads into what is now a hefty advantage in Premier Showdown? [+]
ESPNsoccernet Press Pass
Join Derek Rae, Tommy Smyth, Janusz Michallik as they link live with PSV Eindhoven manager Guus Hiddink. [+]
Owen's England place in jeopardy
Sven-Goran Eriksson concedes Michael Owen's England career could suffer if he continues to be left on the sidelines at Real Madrid. [+]
Premiership - boring, boring Arsenal
Lauren speaks out on Vieira 'rift'
Blackburn 2-2 Aston Villa: Olof leveller
Everton 0-1 Tottenham: Tunnel tussle
So'ton 0-0 Man City: Beattie injured
Norwich 2-2 Portsmouth: Wonder goal
Arsenal 4-0 Charlton: Henry genius
West Brom 2-1 Bolton: Victory at last
Fergie issues ultimatum to Brown
Coleman admits fear of the sack
Millwall predict 'slap on the wrist'
Serie A: Chievo end Lecce's run
Ligue 1: Agali hat-trick sinks Monaco
La Liga: Valencia held but pull clear
Eagles sign Aussie midfielder Danze
Weekend Premiership action
The pick of the action from the top flight, with a farewell to a certain Brian Clough thrown in.

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English Premiership
2-10-2004 PD PT
Arsenal 8 22
Chelsea 7 17
Everton 8 16
Tottenham 8 13
Bolton 8 12
Man Utd 7 12
Newcastle 7 11
Aston Villa 8 11
Charlton 8 11
Liverpool 6 10
Middlesbrough 7 10
Man City 8 8
Portsmouth 7 8
Fulham 7 8
West Brom 8 7
Birmingham 7 6
Blackburn 8 6
Southampton 8 5
Norwich 8 5
Crystal Palace 7 2
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