Henri Camara finally gave the JJB Stadium reason to cheer as his first Premier League goal in almost two years catapulted Wigan Athletic out of the relegation zone and put in-form Everton to the sword.

The Senegal international striker replaced the ineffective Olivier Kapo at half-time and needed just six minutes to rifle home a clinical low shot after a delightful piece of skill from Antonio Valencia. It proved enough to give Steve Bruce's men only their second home league win of the season and their first since beating Manchester City 2-1 almost two months ago - but Tim Cahill squandered a chance to equalise in injury-time when he shot over when well placed.

Everton arrived at the JJB Stadium on the back on three wins and two draws from their last five league outings. That they set the early tempo against a Latics side desperate for a win to lift themselves out of the relegation zone came as no surprise. David Moyes' men looked full of confidence against a Wigan outfit whose only league victory on home soil this season came almost two months ago at Manchester City's expense. The key to Everton's early dominance was the burgeoning partnership between Yakubu and Louis Saha. BPL

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Full results;
Chelsea 0 - 0 Newcastle United
Liverpool 0 - 0 Fulham
Manchester City 3 - 0 Arsenal
Middlesbrough 1 - 3 Bolton Wanderers
Portsmouth 2 - 2 Hull City
Stoke City 1 - 0 West Bromwich A.
Aston Villa 0 - 0 Manchester U.
Tottenham 1 - 0 Blackburn R.
Sunderland 0 - 1 West Ham United
Wigan Athletic 1 - 0 Everton


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