Sa 08Sep 1973France3 - 1Greece
Sa 08Sep 1973Hertha Berlin1 - 1R-Weiss Essen
Sa 08Sep 1973F Dusseldorf2 - 5Kaiserslautern
Sa 08Sep 1973W Bremen2 - 3Mgladbach
Sa 08Sep 1973Wuppertaler0 - 0Fortuna Cologne
Sa 08Sep 1973E Frankfurt1 - 0Hamburg
Sa 08Sep 1973Cologne2 - 2Bochum
Sa 08Sep 1973Schalke5 - 5B Munich
Sa 08Sep 1973Lincoln1 - 1Stockport
Sa 08Sep 1973Newport C (old)0 - 2Chester
Sa 08Sep 1973Bury3 - 0Bradford
Sa 08Sep 1973Crewe1 - 8Rotherham
Sa 08Sep 1973Hartlepool1 - 2Reading
Sa 08Sep 1973Exeter1 - 1Workington
Sa 08Sep 1973Peterborough1 - 0Scunthorpe
Sa 08Sep 1973Darlington (old)1 - 2Brentford
Sa 08Sep 1973Barnsley1 - 1Mansfield
Sa 08Sep 1973Swansea0 - 3Gillingham
Sa 08Sep 1973Sheff Utd1 - 1Newcastle
Sa 08Sep 1973Liverpool1 - 0Chelsea
Sa 08Sep 1973Wolves0 - 2Burnley
Sa 08Sep 1973QPR3 - 3Stoke
Sa 08Sep 1973Ipswich2 - 1Man Utd
Sa 08Sep 1973Coventry2 - 0Southampton
Sa 08Sep 1973Arsenal0 - 2Leicester
Sa 08Sep 1973Man City2 - 1Norwich
Sa 08Sep 1973Derby2 - 1Everton
Sa 08Sep 1973West Ham0 - 1Tottenham
Sa 08Sep 1973Leeds3 - 0Birmingham
Sa 08Sep 1973Portsmouth0 - 2Bolton
Sa 08Sep 1973Hull1 - 0Preston
Sa 08Sep 1973Fulham0 - 3Leyton Orient
Sa 08Sep 1973Nottm Forest2 - 1Sheff Wed
Sa 08Sep 1973Blackpool1 - 0Millwall
Sa 08Sep 1973Bristol C1 - 3Luton
Sa 08Sep 1973Carlisle3 - 0Notts Co
Sa 08Sep 1973Crystal Palace2 - 3Middlesbrough
Sa 08Sep 1973Aston Villa2 - 0Oxford
Sa 08Sep 1973Sunderland1 - 1Cardiff
Sa 08Sep 1973Swindon1 - 0West Brom
Sa 08Sep 1973Charlton2 - 0Hereford (old)
Sa 08Sep 1973Port Vale4 - 2Huddersfield
Sa 08Sep 1973Wrexham3 - 2Southport
Sa 08Sep 1973Blackburn4 - 0York
Sa 08Sep 1973Aldershot1 - 0Walsall
Sa 08Sep 1973Bournemouth0 - 1Chesterfield
Sa 08Sep 1973Grimsby1 - 1Bristol R
Sa 08Sep 1973Rochdale0 - 1Tranmere
Sa 08Sep 1973Halifax0 - 0Southend
Sa 08Sep 1973Watford0 - 1Oldham
Sa 08Sep 1973Cambridge U2 - 1Shrewsbury
Sa 08Sep 1973Plymouth0 - 1Brighton


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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