West Ham United came out on top in a closely contested match against Ipswich Town.
Paolo Di Canio gave the away side the lead after 22 minutes before Hermann Hreidarsson equalised. Frederic Kanoute put West Ham back in front.
Two goals in the 90th minute set up an entertaining finish as both Matt Holland and Jermain Defoe scored as the Hammers claimed the three points.
The result left West Ham in 12th with 14 points while Ipswich were 17th on eight points, just one point above the bottom three.
New Tottenham Hotspur boss Juande Ramos saw Christopher Samba score a stoppage-time winner as Blackburn Rovers recorded their fourth successive league win.
Spurs had taken the lead on 48 minutes when Robbie Keane scored from the penalty spot.
Blackburn equalised through Benni McCarthy's deflected 18-yard shot before the visitors secured the three points with Samba's late strike.
Victory moved Blackburn up to fifth with 21 points while the defeat left Spurs in 18th on seven points, a point from safety.