Sa 29Apr 1978Hertha Berlin3 - 2Hamburg
Sa 29Apr 1978E Frankfurt2 - 0Ein Brunswick
Sa 29Apr 1978Stuttgart2 - 0W Bremen
Sa 29Apr 1978Kaiserslautern5 - 0B Munich
Sa 29Apr 1978Mgladbach12 - 0B Dortmund
Sa 29Apr 1978St Pauli0 - 5Cologne
Sa 29Apr 1978Duisburg1 - 0Schalke
Sa 29Apr 1978Bochum2 - 1F Dusseldorf
Sa 29Apr 19781860 Munich2 - 0Saarbrucken
Sa 29Apr 1978Huddersfield2 - 0Bournemouth
Sa 29Apr 1978Doncaster2 - 2Reading
Sa 29Apr 1978Newport C (old)1 - 2Southend
Sa 29Apr 1978Aldershot3 - 0Hartlepool
Sa 29Apr 1978York0 - 3Northampton
Sa 29Apr 1978Grimsby2 - 1Brentford
Sa 29Apr 1978Rochdale1 - 3Torquay
Sa 29Apr 1978Watford3 - 2Southport
Sa 29Apr 1978Darlington (old)1 - 1Scunthorpe
Sa 29Apr 1978Barnsley3 - 2Wimbledon
Sa 29Apr 1978Swansea2 - 0Halifax
Sa 29Apr 1978Wolves2 - 1Man Utd
Sa 29Apr 1978QPR0 - 0Leeds
Sa 29Apr 1978Nottm Forest0 - 0Birmingham
Sa 29Apr 1978Norwich1 - 1West Brom
Sa 29Apr 1978Bristol C1 - 1Coventry
Sa 29Apr 1978Arsenal1 - 0Middlesbrough
Sa 29Apr 1978Aston Villa6 - 1Ipswich
Sa 29Apr 1978Everton6 - 0Chelsea
Sa 29Apr 1978Man City1 - 1Derby
Sa 29Apr 1978West Ham0 - 2Liverpool
Sa 29Apr 1978Leicester3 - 0Newcastle
Sa 29Apr 1978Sheff Utd0 - 1Cardiff
Sa 29Apr 1978Hull0 - 1Bristol R
Sa 29Apr 1978Bolton0 - 0Fulham
Sa 29Apr 1978Brighton2 - 1Blackpool
Sa 29Apr 1978Crystal Palace5 - 0Blackburn
Sa 29Apr 1978Millwall2 - 0Oldham
Sa 29Apr 1978Southampton0 - 0Tottenham
Sa 29Apr 1978Stoke1 - 1Notts Co
Sa 29Apr 1978Burnley2 - 1Luton
Sa 29Apr 1978Mansfield1 - 1Leyton Orient
Sa 29Apr 1978Sunderland3 - 0Charlton
Sa 29Apr 1978Preston2 - 2Shrewsbury
Sa 29Apr 1978Gillingham0 - 0Lincoln
Sa 29Apr 1978Colchester1 - 1Sheff Wed
Sa 29Apr 1978Carlisle2 - 2Swindon
Sa 29Apr 1978Rotherham0 - 1Portsmouth
Sa 29Apr 1978Chester4 - 3Peterborough
Sa 29Apr 1978Oxford0 - 0Bury
Sa 29Apr 1978Hereford (old)1 - 1Wrexham
Sa 29Apr 1978Cambridge U2 - 1Exeter
Sa 29Apr 1978Bradford2 - 3Walsall
Sa 29Apr 1978Plymouth3 - 2Port Vale


Match in Focus


West Brom v Stoke

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • West Brom have lost one of their last 10 matches against Stoke
Expert verdict
West Brom have lost just two games this season and they should be too strong for Stoke at the Hawthorns. The Baggies are top following Leeds’ defeat to Sheffield Wednesday and they can cement their place in pole position against a side who have won just one of their last five away league fixtures.


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