Sa 27Feb 1960Partick3 - 2Queen of Sth
Sa 27Feb 1960Stenh'semuir0 - 3Rangers
Sa 27Feb 1960Ayr4 - 2Airdrie (old)
Sa 27Feb 1960Kilmarnock2 - 0Motherwell
Sa 27Feb 1960Eyemouth U3 - 0Cowdenbeath
Sa 27Feb 1960Inverness Cal1 - 4East Stirling
Sa 27Feb 1960Torquay2 - 1Watford
Sa 27Feb 1960Doncaster4 - 1Carlisle
Sa 27Feb 1960Workington0 - 1Notts Co
Sa 27Feb 1960Gateshead1 - 1Hartlepool
Sa 27Feb 1960Gillingham2 - 0Bradford PA
Sa 27Feb 1960Northampton8 - 1Oldham
Sa 27Feb 1960Aldershot3 - 2Chester
Sa 27Feb 1960Rochdale0 - 2Walsall
Sa 27Feb 1960Southport3 - 0Stockport
Sa 27Feb 1960Barrow0 - 1C Palace
Sa 27Feb 1960Millwall2 - 3Exeter
Sa 27Feb 1960Darlington (old)1 - 1Crewe
Sa 27Feb 1960Sheff Wed1 - 1Chelsea
Sa 27Feb 1960Fulham5 - 0Leeds
Sa 27Feb 1960Wolves3 - 1West Brom
Sa 27Feb 1960Blackburn1 - 4Tottenham
Sa 27Feb 1960Nottm Forest3 - 1West Ham
Sa 27Feb 1960Blackpool0 - 6Man Utd
Sa 27Feb 1960Luton2 - 0Leicester
Sa 27Feb 1960Bolton2 - 1Burnley
Sa 27Feb 1960Arsenal1 - 0Newcastle
Sa 27Feb 1960Everton4 - 0Preston
Sa 27Feb 1960Man City3 - 0Birmingham
Sa 27Feb 1960Leyton Orient3 - 4Cardiff
Sa 27Feb 1960Portsmouth2 - 3Derby
Sa 27Feb 1960Lincoln3 - 0Hull
Sa 27Feb 1960Huddersfield2 - 1Rotherham
Sa 27Feb 1960Ipswich1 - 0Scunthorpe
Sa 27Feb 1960Brighton1 - 2Liverpool
Sa 27Feb 1960Bristol R2 - 1Bristol C
Sa 27Feb 1960Aston Villa1 - 3Sheff Utd
Sa 27Feb 1960Stoke1 - 0Plymouth
Sa 27Feb 1960Sunderland2 - 2Middlesbro
Sa 27Feb 1960Swansea5 - 2Charlton
Sa 27Feb 1960Tranmere2 - 1Brentford
Sa 27Feb 1960Accrington1 - 3Port Vale
Sa 27Feb 1960Wrexham1 - 1Colchester
Sa 27Feb 1960QPR2 - 0Mansfield
Sa 27Feb 1960Newport C (old)1 - 3Shrewsbury
Sa 27Feb 1960York0 - 0Barnsley
Sa 27Feb 1960Bournemouth0 - 0Norwich
Sa 27Feb 1960Coventry0 - 1Bury
Sa 27Feb 1960Grimsby1 - 1Southend
Sa 27Feb 1960Chesterfield2 - 1Reading
Sa 27Feb 1960Swindon0 - 3Southampton
Sa 27Feb 1960Bradford1 - 2Halifax

 

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Fulham v Tottenham

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Key stats
  • Spurs have won four of the last five league meetings
Expert verdict
Tottenham will be frustrated with their loss at home to Manchester United on Sunday and will be keen to bounce back in style at Craven Cottage, even if they are weakened by the injury to Harry Kane and absence of Son Heung-min. Spurs still looked solid in defence in that fixture and, with Jan Vertonghen back, won’t allow many chances for Fulham’s attackers. The struggling Cottagers have conceded six goals in their last two fixtures,

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