Sa 08Jan 1966Berwick1 - 0Stenh'semuir
Sa 08Jan 1966Forfar1 - 1Brechin
Sa 08Jan 1966Gala Fairydean6 - 1Selkirk
Sa 08Jan 1966Raith1 - 0Inverness Cal
Sa 08Jan 1966Dumbarton2 - 2Peebles Rovers
Sa 08Jan 1966Hannover1 - 1Cologne
Sa 08Jan 1966Nuremberg2 - 1W Bremen
Sa 08Jan 1966Kaiserslautern1 - 0Duisburg
Sa 08Jan 1966B Dortmund1 - 1Ein Brunswick
Sa 08Jan 1966Mgladbach4 - 1Neunkirchen
Sa 08Jan 1966Karlsruhe3 - 0Tasmania Berlin
Sa 08Jan 1966Hamburg0 - 1E Frankfurt
Sa 08Jan 1966Schalke2 - 0Stuttgart
Sa 08Jan 1966B Munich3 - 01860 Munich
Sa 08Jan 1966Torquay0 - 4Darlington (old)
Sa 08Jan 1966Doncaster4 - 1Crewe
Sa 08Jan 1966Wrexham6 - 3Barnsley
Sa 08Jan 1966Newport C (old)1 - 0Stockport
Sa 08Jan 1966Aldershot1 - 3Tranmere
Sa 08Jan 1966Luton5 - 2Chester
Sa 08Jan 1966Rochdale0 - 2Notts Co
Sa 08Jan 1966Southport4 - 0Bradford
Sa 08Jan 1966Barrow3 - 0Halifax
Sa 08Jan 1966Chesterfield1 - 0Lincoln
Sa 08Jan 1966Hartlepool2 - 0Port Vale
Sa 08Jan 1966Bradford PA1 - 0Colchester
Sa 08Jan 1966Chelsea2 - 1Tottenham
Sa 08Jan 1966Sheff Wed1 - 2Leicester
Sa 08Jan 1966Newcastle2 - 1West Ham
Sa 08Jan 1966Nottm Forest1 - 0Sheff Utd
Sa 08Jan 1966Northampton2 - 1Blackburn
Sa 08Jan 1966Arsenal0 - 1Liverpool
Sa 08Jan 1966Stoke4 - 1Blackpool
Sa 08Jan 1966Everton2 - 0Aston Villa
Sa 08Jan 1966Burnley1 - 0Fulham
Sa 08Jan 1966West Brom1 - 2Leeds
Sa 08Jan 1966Man Utd1 - 1Sunderland
Sa 08Jan 1966Leyton Orient1 - 1Cardiff
Sa 08Jan 1966Portsmouth2 - 2Man City
Sa 08Jan 1966Preston0 - 0Norwich
Sa 08Jan 1966Charlton1 - 1Wolves
Sa 08Jan 1966Huddersfield2 - 0Southampton
Sa 08Jan 1966Birmingham2 - 1Carlisle
Sa 08Jan 1966Ipswich1 - 0Coventry
Sa 08Jan 1966Bolton1 - 2Bristol C
Sa 08Jan 1966C Palace1 - 0Bury
Sa 08Jan 1966Middlesbro0 - 0Derby
Sa 08Jan 1966Plymouth5 - 2Rotherham
Sa 08Jan 1966Shrewsbury3 - 3Reading
Sa 08Jan 1966Southend1 - 0Mansfield
Sa 08Jan 1966York1 - 2Gillingham
Sa 08Jan 1966Bournemouth1 - 1QPR
Sa 08Jan 1966Brentford1 - 0Peterborough
Sa 08Jan 1966Grimsby1 - 1Exeter
Sa 08Jan 1966Bristol R1 - 1Millwall
Sa 08Jan 1966Oxford3 - 3Oldham
Sa 08Jan 1966Walsall3 - 0Scunthorpe
Sa 08Jan 1966Swansea4 - 2Watford
Sa 08Jan 1966Swindon3 - 1Hull


Match in Focus


Fulham v Tottenham

Home WinDrawAway Win
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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