Sa 10Feb 1968Neunkirchen3 - 1Hannover
Sa 10Feb 1968Ein Brunswick1 - 0Kaiserslautern
Sa 10Feb 1968E Frankfurt3 - 2Duisburg
Sa 10Feb 1968Mgladbach1 - 1Nuremberg
Sa 10Feb 1968Karlsruhe0 - 2B Munich
Sa 10Feb 1968Hamburg5 - 1Alemania
Sa 10Feb 1968Cologne3 - 0B Dortmund
Sa 10Feb 1968Schalke2 - 1Stuttgart
Sa 10Feb 19681860 Munich1 - 3W Bremen
Sa 10Feb 1968Lincoln1 - 3Notts Co
Sa 10Feb 1968Doncaster2 - 0Brentford
Sa 10Feb 1968Workington1 - 1Port Vale
Sa 10Feb 1968Wrexham0 - 1Newport C (old)
Sa 10Feb 1968Southend0 - 1York
Sa 10Feb 1968Aldershot2 - 1Chester
Sa 10Feb 1968Luton4 - 1Rochdale
Sa 10Feb 1968Exeter1 - 3Swansea
Sa 10Feb 1968Darlington (old)1 - 1Chesterfield
Sa 10Feb 1968Barnsley4 - 0Hartlepool
Sa 10Feb 1968Bradford1 - 2Bradford PA
Sa 10Feb 1968Sheff Utd1 - 1West Brom
Sa 10Feb 1968Fulham4 - 3Burnley
Sa 10Feb 1968Nottm Forest2 - 2Southampton
Sa 10Feb 1968Coventry2 - 1Chelsea
Sa 10Feb 1968Arsenal0 - 0Newcastle
Sa 10Feb 1968Sunderland0 - 1Tottenham
Sa 10Feb 1968Leeds2 - 1West Ham
Sa 10Feb 1968Portsmouth3 - 2Derby
Sa 10Feb 1968Hull4 - 2Bristol C
Sa 10Feb 1968QPR2 - 1C Palace
Sa 10Feb 1968Blackpool1 - 1Bolton
Sa 10Feb 1968Norwich2 - 2Rotherham
Sa 10Feb 1968Carlisle4 - 1Ipswich
Sa 10Feb 1968Aston Villa0 - 1Middlesbro
Sa 10Feb 1968Millwall1 - 1Birmingham
Sa 10Feb 1968Cardiff2 - 0Preston
Sa 10Feb 1968Plymouth1 - 4Charlton
Sa 10Feb 1968Leyton Orient2 - 2Stockport
Sa 10Feb 1968Gillingham3 - 1Swindon
Sa 10Feb 1968Northampton2 - 2Brighton
Sa 10Feb 1968Colchester1 - 2Tranmere
Sa 10Feb 1968Bournemouth3 - 3Peterborough
Sa 10Feb 1968Grimsby1 - 1Reading
Sa 10Feb 1968Bristol R4 - 0Scunthorpe
Sa 10Feb 1968Oldham0 - 1Torquay
Sa 10Feb 1968Barrow3 - 1Southport
Sa 10Feb 1968Bury3 - 1Mansfield
Sa 10Feb 1968Oxford1 - 0Watford
Sa 10Feb 1968Walsall1 - 2Shrewsbury


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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