Sa 10Oct 1953Wales1 - 4England
Sa 10Oct 1953NPartick2 - 0Rangers
Sa 10Oct 1953NEast Fife3 - 2Hibernian
Sa 10Oct 1953Preston1 - 2Cardiff
Sa 10Oct 1953Charlton4 - 2Blackpool
Sa 10Oct 1953Sheff Wed2 - 0Chelsea
Sa 10Oct 1953Liverpool6 - 1Aston Villa
Sa 10Oct 1953Tottenham1 - 4Arsenal
Sa 10Oct 1953Newcastle1 - 2Wolves
Sa 10Oct 1953Bolton3 - 2Man City
Sa 10Oct 1953Middlesbro2 - 0Sheff Utd
Sa 10Oct 1953Burnley1 - 0Portsmouth
Sa 10Oct 1953West Brom4 - 0Huddersfield
Sa 10Oct 1953Man Utd1 - 0Sunderland
Sa 10Oct 1953Fulham5 - 2Derby
Sa 10Oct 1953Birmingham1 - 0Lincoln
Sa 10Oct 1953Nottm Forest5 - 0Notts Co
Sa 10Oct 1953Luton3 - 1Hull
Sa 10Oct 1953Rotherham1 - 0Bury
Sa 10Oct 1953Stoke3 - 0Blackburn
Sa 10Oct 1953Swansea4 - 0Oldham
Sa 10Oct 1953West Ham0 - 1Brentford
Sa 10Oct 1953Leeds3 - 3Bristol R
Sa 10Oct 1953Plymouth4 - 0Everton
Sa 10Oct 1953Leicester2 - 0Doncaster
Sa 10Oct 1953Tranmere1 - 1Bradford PA
Sa 10Oct 1953Accrington2 - 0Hartlepool
Sa 10Oct 1953Wrexham1 - 1York
Sa 10Oct 1953Grimsby2 - 0Gateshead
Sa 10Oct 1953Rochdale1 - 1Scunthorpe
Sa 10Oct 1953Carlisle1 - 1Darlington (old)
Sa 10Oct 1953Barrow2 - 1Chester
Sa 10Oct 1953Chesterfield1 - 2Port Vale
Sa 10Oct 1953Halifax1 - 2Barnsley
Sa 10Oct 1953Stockport2 - 0Workington
Sa 10Oct 1953Mansfield4 - 2Southport
Sa 10Oct 1953Bradford3 - 0Crewe
Sa 10Oct 1953Shrewsbury2 - 1Southend
Sa 10Oct 1953QPR1 - 1Northampton
Sa 10Oct 1953Norwich0 - 1Torquay
Sa 10Oct 1953Newport C (old)0 - 1Watford
Sa 10Oct 1953Aldershot1 - 1Millwall
Sa 10Oct 1953Colchester0 - 3Coventry
Sa 10Oct 1953Bristol C2 - 3Ipswich
Sa 10Oct 1953C Palace3 - 1Bournemouth
Sa 10Oct 1953Southampton1 - 0Gillingham
Sa 10Oct 1953Walsall1 - 3Reading
Sa 10Oct 1953Exeter0 - 1Brighton
Sa 10Oct 1953Swindon2 - 1Leyton Orient

 

Match in Focus

01:30 We 19Jun PREM

Brazil v Venezuela

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Brazil have conceded in only two of the last six meetings.
Expert verdict
Brazil are short-priced favourites to win the Copa America for a ninth time and topping Group A should be a formality for them based on the quality of opposition. Even without Neymar, Brazil have enough strength in depth to be a constant threat in attack, which was evident in their opening game against Bolivia with Philippe Coutinho bagging a brace in a routine 3-0 win.

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