P334 CEEFAX 334 Sat 29 Oct 21:41/01   3/5   DIVISION $nO  REVIEW CHELSEA 2-0 BRIGHTON Chelsea chalked up their sixth League win in eight games as they swept Brighton aside in front of their biggest crowd of the season, 15,406. Chelsea were inspired by captain Graham Roberts who saved them from going behind early on with two timely interceptions. The Blues took the lead in the 26th minute when Kevin Wilson netted with a low shot from 15 yardsN Kerry Dixon put the game out of Brighton's reach with a 63rd minute close-range effort. More Next Page Football General TV Index
P334 CEEFAX 334 Sat 29 Oct 21:41/00   4/5   DIVISION $nO  REVIEW BLACKBURN 1-2 +FST B NNALBION Albion scored their fourth consecutive win M boosting the hopes of caretaker Brian Talbot to take over the vacant manager's chair at the HawthornsN Keith Hill had shot the home side in front after just six minutes. But there was then no arguing that West Brom deserved their victory. Chris Whyte headed an equaliser on the stroke of half-time and the winner came three minutes after the break when Colin Anderson netted with a superb piece of individualismN More ge effortN Next Page Football General TV Index
P334 CEEFAX 334 Sat 29 Oct 21:41/11   5/3   DIVISION $nO  FVIEW WALSALL 0-1 WATFORD Watford stayed top of the table thanks to a 72nd minute goal from top scorer Paul Wilkinson at Fellows Park. He crashed in his ninth of the season from a chance created by former Walsall striker Dave Bamber. galsall, unbeaten in their previous four matches, paid the penalty for poor finishingN But otherwise they had little change from Watford's central defenders David Holdsworth and Paul Miller. More   Next Page Football General TV Index
P334 CEEFAX 334 Sat 29 Oct 21:40/10   1/5   DIVISION $nO  DVIEW MANCHESTER CITY 1-1 SUNDERLAND City's promotion hopes suffered another blow when they dropped their seventh point in three games in a lack-lustre encounter at Maine Road. In an ill-tempered game, five players were booked - Steve Hinchcliffe, Steve Redmond and Jason Beckford of City and Reuben Agboola and Colin PascoeN Sunderland had gone ahead in the 28th minute when Gordon Armstrong headed home Pascoe's cross. But the lead only lasted five minutes when Steve Hinchcliffe hallered home a a free-kick for the equaliser Next Page Football General TV Index
P334 CEEFAX 334 Sat 29 Oct 21:40/11   2/1   DIVISION $nO  REVIEW PORTSMOUTH 1-1 OLDHAM Oldham withstood a fierce second half onslaught to earn a vital point. Portsmouth striker Mick Quinn, playing against his old club, was twice foiled by keeper Andy Rhodes and also hit the side-netting in the opening stages. +arren Aspinall shot Pompey ahead from the penalty spot in the 34th minute after he was fouled by Rhodes. Oldham equalised 10 minutes later when Frank Bunn took his seasonal tally to 11 after good work by Tommy Wright. More Next Page Football General TV Index