Sa 15Sep 1973Hertha Berlin2 - 0F Dusseldorf
Sa 15Sep 1973Stuttgart3 - 4Kaiserslautern
Sa 15Sep 1973R-Weiss Essen2 - 1Wuppertaler
Sa 15Sep 1973Hamburg3 - 1Cologne
Sa 15Sep 1973B Munich2 - 2W Bremen
Sa 15Sep 1973Bochum3 - 0Duisburg
Sa 15Sep 1973Torquay1 - 1Barnsley
Sa 15Sep 1973Workington1 - 1Lincoln
Sa 15Sep 1973Gillingham0 - 1Darlington (old)
Sa 15Sep 1973Reading2 - 2Bury
Sa 15Sep 1973Colchester4 - 1Newport C (old)
Sa 15Sep 1973Brentford2 - 0Doncaster
Sa 15Sep 1973Rotherham2 - 2Hartlepool
Sa 15Sep 1973Chester0 - 1Exeter
Sa 15Sep 1973Mansfield2 - 1Swansea
Sa 15Sep 1973Bradford1 - 1Peterborough
Sa 15Sep 1973Chelsea1 - 0Coventry
Sa 15Sep 1973Tottenham1 - 2Sheff Utd
Sa 15Sep 1973Newcastle2 - 0Wolves
Sa 15Sep 1973Birmingham1 - 1Liverpool
Sa 15Sep 1973Norwich0 - 4Arsenal
Sa 15Sep 1973Southampton1 - 2Leeds
Sa 15Sep 1973Stoke1 - 1Ipswich
Sa 15Sep 1973Everton1 - 0QPR
Sa 15Sep 1973Burnley1 - 1Derby
Sa 15Sep 1973Man Utd3 - 1West Ham
Sa 15Sep 1973Leicester1 - 1Man City
Sa 15Sep 1973Leyton Orient3 - 2Blackpool
Sa 15Sep 1973Preston1 - 1Bristol C
Sa 15Sep 1973Sheff Wed1 - 0Carlisle
Sa 15Sep 1973Notts Co2 - 0Swindon
Sa 15Sep 1973Luton3 - 3Portsmouth
Sa 15Sep 1973Bolton2 - 0C Palace
Sa 15Sep 1973Middlesbro0 - 0Aston Villa
Sa 15Sep 1973Millwall3 - 0Hull
Sa 15Sep 1973Oxford0 - 1Sunderland
Sa 15Sep 1973West Brom3 - 3Nottm Forest
Sa 15Sep 1973Cardiff0 - 0Fulham
Sa 15Sep 1973Shrewsbury2 - 0Rochdale
Sa 15Sep 1973Huddersfield1 - 0Aldershot
Sa 15Sep 1973York3 - 1Port Vale
Sa 15Sep 1973Brighton1 - 2Charlton
Sa 15Sep 1973Southport1 - 1Plymouth
Sa 15Sep 1973Bristol R2 - 0Halifax
Sa 15Sep 1973Oldham0 - 0Wrexham
Sa 15Sep 1973Chesterfield3 - 0Blackburn
Sa 15Sep 1973Walsall1 - 2Bournemouth
Sa 15Sep 1973Hereford1 - 1Watford


Match in Focus

01:30 We 19Jun PREM

Brazil v Venezuela

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Brazil have conceded in only two of the last six meetings.
Expert verdict
Brazil are short-priced favourites to win the Copa America for a ninth time and topping Group A should be a formality for them based on the quality of opposition. Even without Neymar, Brazil have enough strength in depth to be a constant threat in attack, which was evident in their opening game against Bolivia with Philippe Coutinho bagging a brace in a routine 3-0 win.


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