Sa 10Mar 1951NNewcastle0 - 0Wolves
Sa 10Mar 1951NBlackpool0 - 0Birmingham
Sa 10Mar 1951Celtic3 - 0Aberdeen
Sa 10Mar 1951Airdrie (old)0 - 3Hibernian
Sa 10Mar 1951Ayr2 - 2Motherwell
Sa 10Mar 1951Dundee1 - 2Raith
Sa 10Mar 1951Portsmouth0 - 0Man Utd
Sa 10Mar 1951Huddersfield1 - 2Fulham
Sa 10Mar 1951Arsenal2 - 1Aston Villa
Sa 10Mar 1951Middlesbro1 - 1Liverpool
Sa 10Mar 1951Stoke0 - 0Tottenham
Sa 10Mar 1951Everton0 - 0Charlton
Sa 10Mar 1951Burnley1 - 1Sunderland
Sa 10Mar 1951Preston7 - 0Barnsley
Sa 10Mar 1951QPR1 - 1Luton
Sa 10Mar 1951Notts Co2 - 2Southampton
Sa 10Mar 1951Coventry4 - 1Hull
Sa 10Mar 1951Grimsby1 - 1Blackburn
Sa 10Mar 1951Bury1 - 1Sheff Utd
Sa 10Mar 1951Chesterfield1 - 0Leeds
Sa 10Mar 1951Cardiff0 - 0Doncaster
Sa 10Mar 1951Leicester1 - 0West Ham
Sa 10Mar 1951Tranmere0 - 1Shrewsbury
Sa 10Mar 1951Accrington1 - 2Rochdale
Sa 10Mar 1951Wrexham2 - 0Stockport
Sa 10Mar 1951York2 - 0New Brighton
Sa 10Mar 1951Southport0 - 1Chester
Sa 10Mar 1951Carlisle2 - 1Bradford
Sa 10Mar 1951Oldham2 - 0Darlington (old)
Sa 10Mar 1951Rotherham1 - 2Gateshead
Sa 10Mar 1951Barrow0 - 1Crewe
Sa 10Mar 1951Mansfield1 - 0Hartlepool
Sa 10Mar 1951Scunthorpe2 - 2Halifax
Sa 10Mar 1951Bradford PA2 - 1Lincoln
Sa 10Mar 1951Leyton Orient5 - 1Torquay
Sa 10Mar 1951Gillingham0 - 1Newport C (old)
Sa 10Mar 1951Reading3 - 2Colchester
Sa 10Mar 1951Southend1 - 1Bristol R
Sa 10Mar 1951Ipswich5 - 2Aldershot
Sa 10Mar 1951Bournemouth2 - 2Brighton
Sa 10Mar 1951Bristol C2 - 2Norwich
Sa 10Mar 1951Millwall2 - 1Northampton
Sa 10Mar 1951Walsall0 - 2Nottm Forest
Sa 10Mar 1951Exeter1 - 2C Palace
Sa 10Mar 1951Watford2 - 0Port Vale
Sa 10Mar 1951Plymouth5 - 1Swindon


Match in Focus

12:30 Sa 20Apr SKY

Man City v Tottenham

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Man City have lost only once at home in the Premier League this season.
Expert verdict
Following their Champions League humdinger, Manchester City and Tottenham reconvene in the Premier League and the game is unlikely to be anywhere near as pulsating. With City not needing to press for early goals, they can play their usual free-flowing game and make it seven wins in nine matches against top-six opposition this season. Only one of those eight meetings so far have featured over 4.5 goals and punters should expect a narrow win for Pep Guardiola's side.


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