Sa 09Sep 1967Neunkirchen0 - 1Alemania
Sa 09Sep 1967Ein Brunswick0 - 3W Bremen
Sa 09Sep 1967E Frankfurt1 - 2Nuremberg
Sa 09Sep 1967B Dortmund6 - 3B Munich
Sa 09Sep 1967Mgladbach8 - 2Kaiserslautern
Sa 09Sep 1967Karlsruhe3 - 1Hannover
Sa 09Sep 1967Hamburg1 - 3Duisburg
Sa 09Sep 1967Cologne7 - 0Schalke
Sa 09Sep 19671860 Munich3 - 3Stuttgart
Sa 09Sep 1967Lincoln1 - 0Halifax
Sa 09Sep 1967Doncaster1 - 1Newport C (old)
Sa 09Sep 1967Workington0 - 1Bradford
Sa 09Sep 1967Wrexham2 - 0Barnsley
Sa 09Sep 1967Aldershot2 - 0Crewe
Sa 09Sep 1967Luton1 - 0Hartlepool
Sa 09Sep 1967Brentford4 - 0Rochdale
Sa 09Sep 1967Chesterfield3 - 1Chester
Sa 09Sep 1967Exeter3 - 1Port Vale
Sa 09Sep 1967Darlington (old)2 - 2Notts Co
Sa 09Sep 1967Bradford PA1 - 1York
Sa 09Sep 1967Sheff Utd2 - 4Arsenal
Sa 09Sep 1967Liverpool3 - 1Chelsea
Sa 09Sep 1967Tottenham2 - 1Sheff Wed
Sa 09Sep 1967Fulham2 - 1Everton
Sa 09Sep 1967Wolves1 - 3Leicester
Sa 09Sep 1967Nottm Forest4 - 0Newcastle
Sa 09Sep 1967Coventry0 - 3Man City
Sa 09Sep 1967Southampton1 - 1Leeds
Sa 09Sep 1967Stoke0 - 0West Brom
Sa 09Sep 1967Man Utd2 - 2Burnley
Sa 09Sep 1967Sunderland1 - 5West Ham
Sa 09Sep 1967Huddersfield2 - 2Portsmouth
Sa 09Sep 1967QPR0 - 1Derby
Sa 09Sep 1967Blackburn2 - 0Bristol C
Sa 09Sep 1967Blackpool3 - 0Middlesbrough
Sa 09Sep 1967Ipswich1 - 1Bolton
Sa 09Sep 1967Carlisle1 - 1Birmingham
Sa 09Sep 1967Crystal Palace3 - 0Charlton
Sa 09Sep 1967Aston Villa1 - 0Preston
Sa 09Sep 1967Millwall1 - 1Hull
Sa 09Sep 1967Cardiff3 - 1Norwich
Sa 09Sep 1967Plymouth0 - 1Rotherham
Sa 09Sep 1967Leyton Orient0 - 0Swindon
Sa 09Sep 1967Gillingham1 - 0Grimsby
Sa 09Sep 1967Northampton1 - 2Reading
Sa 09Sep 1967Bristol R2 - 0Mansfield
Sa 09Sep 1967Oldham2 - 0Watford
Sa 09Sep 1967Barrow1 - 2Peterborough
Sa 09Sep 1967Bury4 - 0Bournemouth
Sa 09Sep 1967Oxford3 - 1Colchester
Sa 09Sep 1967Walsall1 - 1Torquay
Sa 09Sep 1967Scunthorpe1 - 0Southport


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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