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    On a standout day for the English Premier League's underdogs and local managers, some of the big names have all dropped points

    On a standout day for the English Premier League's underdogs and local managers, some of the big names have all dropped points


    Manchester City have been held 2-all by Roy Hodgson's Crystal Palace, after Jose Mourinho's Tottenham drew nil-all with Nigel Pearson's Watford.

    Arsenal's underwhelming form under new manager Mikel Arteta has continued in a 1-1 draw with Chris Wilder's Sheffield United.

    Chelsea looked headed for a draw until Isaac Hayden headed in to give Steve Bruce's Newcastle a 1-nil win in stoppage time.

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