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Tuesday 01 May 2012

Tuesday's Barclays Premier League round-up

Stoke earn draw with Everton and Fulham make history by winning at Liverpool

Stoke striker Peter Crouch centre puts the ball through his own net at the Britannia Stadium

Stoke City 1-1 Everton

Cameron Jerome stepped off the bench to earn Stoke City a point in their Barclays Premier League match against Everton at the Britannia Stadium.

Everton survived some early Stoke pressure and took the lead just before the break when Tony Hibbert's cross was deflected into his own net by Stoke striker Peter Crouch - the 1,000th top flight goal this season.

The Potters levelled after the break following a triple substitution by boss Tony Pulis, with Jerome lashing in from inside the penalty area to make it 1-1.

Stoke put pressure on the Everton goal in a bid to find a winner, but both sides had to settle for a point.

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Liverpool 0-1 Fulham

Fulham secured a first win at Anfield in their history as they beat a much-changed Liverpool side in the Barclays Premier League.

Liverpool rested several players ahead of Saturday's FA Cup final against Chelsea and they got off to the worst possible start as John Arne Riise's cross was touched on by Alex Kacaniklic and flew in off Martin Skrtel.

Fulham almost grabbed a second when Kerim Frei struck the outside of the post from 20 yards and Alexander Doni saved well from Clint Dempsey.

Liverpool struggled to create clear-cut chances, with Brede Hangeland superbly blocking Maxi's attempt as they held on for a famous win.

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Key Points

  • Cameron Jerome earns Stoke a draw with Everton
  • His leveller cancels out Peter Crouch own goal
  • Fulham win at Liverpool for first time in their history