Sa 30Apr 1966Tasmania Berlin0 - 3E Frankfurt
Sa 30Apr 1966Hannover0 - 3Schalke
Sa 30Apr 1966Neunkirchen1 - 0Ein Brunswick
Sa 30Apr 1966Nuremberg1 - 1Kaiserslautern
Sa 30Apr 1966B Dortmund3 - 2Cologne
Sa 30Apr 1966Mgladbach0 - 7W Bremen
Sa 30Apr 1966Karlsruhe1 - 11860 Munich
Sa 30Apr 1966Hamburg2 - 0Duisburg
Sa 30Apr 1966B Munich0 - 1Stuttgart
Sa 30Apr 1966Lincoln4 - 0Barrow
Sa 30Apr 1966Port Vale1 - 0Wrexham
Sa 30Apr 1966Notts Co1 - 0Hartlepool
Sa 30Apr 1966Colchester0 - 2Torquay
Sa 30Apr 1966Crewe2 - 5Bradford PA
Sa 30Apr 1966Chester1 - 4Doncaster
Sa 30Apr 1966Darlington (old)1 - 0Luton
Sa 30Apr 1966Bradford1 - 1Aldershot
Sa 30Apr 1966Sheff Utd0 - 2West Brom
Sa 30Apr 1966Liverpool2 - 1Chelsea
Sa 30Apr 1966Tottenham0 - 1Burnley
Sa 30Apr 1966Fulham1 - 1Stoke
Sa 30Apr 1966Blackburn1 - 2Sheff Wed
Sa 30Apr 1966Blackpool3 - 0Northampton
Sa 30Apr 1966Aston Villa3 - 0Arsenal
Sa 30Apr 1966Sunderland2 - 0Everton
Sa 30Apr 1966West Ham3 - 2Man Utd
Sa 30Apr 1966Leeds3 - 0Newcastle
Sa 30Apr 1966Leicester2 - 1Nottm Forest
Sa 30Apr 1966Wolves3 - 1Bolton
Sa 30Apr 1966Norwich1 - 3Portsmouth
Sa 30Apr 1966Coventry2 - 1Middlesbrough
Sa 30Apr 1966Bristol C2 - 0Leyton Orient
Sa 30Apr 1966Carlisle2 - 0Huddersfield
Sa 30Apr 1966Rotherham0 - 0Ipswich
Sa 30Apr 1966Bury1 - 0Plymouth
Sa 30Apr 1966Southampton1 - 0Charlton
Sa 30Apr 1966Man City3 - 1Birmingham
Sa 30Apr 1966Cardiff1 - 0Crystal Palace
Sa 30Apr 1966Derby1 - 0Preston
Sa 30Apr 1966Hull4 - 1Brentford
Sa 30Apr 1966QPR2 - 1Shrewsbury
Sa 30Apr 1966Gillingham1 - 0Walsall
Sa 30Apr 1966Brighton1 - 0Swindon
Sa 30Apr 1966Oldham1 - 1Workington
Sa 30Apr 1966Millwall1 - 0Swansea
Sa 30Apr 1966Exeter0 - 2York
Sa 30Apr 1966Watford1 - 0Bournemouth
Sa 30Apr 1966Mansfield2 - 1Grimsby
Sa 30Apr 1966Peterborough2 - 3Oxford
Sa 30Apr 1966Scunthorpe0 - 0Southend


Match in Focus


Inter v Lecce

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Inter have lost only two of their last 17 league games at the San Siro
Expert verdict
Promoted Lecce face a daunting task as they travel to the San Siro to face Inter in their first Serie A game for seven years. Former Leyton Orient manager Fabio Liverani is the man in charge of the promoted side and he will face stiff opposition from Antonio Conte's men. Conte won three Serie A titles with Juventus and is exactly what Inter need. He has strengthened his squad at both ends of the pitch with the arrivals of Diego Godin and Romelu Lukaku and should lead his side to an emphatic victory.


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