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Bolton still look­ing up

Im­prov­ing Bolton, un­beaten in Oc­to­ber, kicked off Novem­ber with a 2-1 Cham­pi­onship vic­tory over Nor­wich at the Macron Sta­dium. Strik­ers Gary Ma­dine and Adam Arm­strong struck to make it five games un­beaten.

QPR set un­wanted record

QPR’s night­mare run at the City Ground was main­tained as they lost 4-0, the 34th time they have failed to win there. It is now of­fi­cially the worst run of form of any Foot­ball League side at any one venue, eclips­ing Grimsby who have failed to win in 28 vis­its to Black­burn Rovers.

Villa’s Terry breaks toe

John Terry suf­fered a sus­pected bro­ken toe in As­ton Villa’s 2-1 de­feat by Sh­effield Wed­nes­day. “It looks like it’s go­ing to be a while,” said man­ager Steve Bruce. “We think he’s bro­ken a metatarsal in his foot.” Terry limped off af­ter just 21 min­utes of the game and was vis­i­bly in pain.

Clarke hits four for Blades

Leon Clarke scored four sec­ond­half goals as Sh­effield United came from be­hind to beat Hull 4-1 at Bra­mall Lane, a de­feat that piles more pres­sure on vis­it­ing man­ager Leonid Slut­sky.

Partey boosts Atletico

Thomas Partey scored a dra­matic stop­page-time win­ner to hand Atletico Madrid a much-needed 1-0 vic­tory at De­portivo La Coruna yes­ter­day. Atletico looked to be head­ing for a sev­enth draw in eight games when Partey curled a shot into the top cor­ner.

Le­wandowski fires Bay­ern

Robert Le­wandowski scored his 11th goal of the sea­son as Bay­ern Mu­nich beat Borus­sia Dort­mund 3-1 to stay four points clear in the Bun­desliga.

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