Sa 26Aug 1978Nuremberg2 - 1Hertha Berlin
Sa 26Aug 1978Ein Brunswick4 - 1SV Darmstadt
Sa 26Aug 1978E Frankfurt1 - 0Arminia
Sa 26Aug 1978Kaiserslautern1 - 1Cologne
Sa 26Aug 1978Hamburg1 - 1Bochum
Sa 26Aug 1978Schalke2 - 1B Munich
Sa 26Aug 1978Duisburg0 - 3Mgladbach
Sa 26Aug 1978Torquay1 - 0Hereford
Sa 26Aug 1978Newport C (old)1 - 2Stockport
Sa 26Aug 1978Reading2 - 0Wigan
Sa 26Aug 1978York1 - 1Doncaster
Sa 26Aug 1978Rochdale1 - 1Aldershot
Sa 26Aug 1978Wimbledon4 - 1Northampton
Sa 26Aug 1978Halifax1 - 2Grimsby
Sa 26Aug 1978Darlington (old)0 - 0Bournemouth
Sa 26Aug 1978Bradford1 - 2Barnsley
Sa 26Aug 1978Tottenham2 - 2Chelsea
Sa 26Aug 1978Birmingham1 - 1Derby
Sa 26Aug 1978QPR0 - 0Nottm Forest
Sa 26Aug 1978Ipswich3 - 0Man Utd
Sa 26Aug 1978Coventry4 - 1Norwich
Sa 26Aug 1978Bristol C1 - 0Aston Villa
Sa 26Aug 1978Southampton2 - 1Middlesbro
Sa 26Aug 1978Everton1 - 0Arsenal
Sa 26Aug 1978Man City1 - 4Liverpool
Sa 26Aug 1978West Brom4 - 0Bolton
Sa 26Aug 1978Leeds3 - 0Wolves
Sa 26Aug 1978Leyton Orient0 - 1Wrexham
Sa 26Aug 1978Preston2 - 2Sheff Utd
Sa 26Aug 1978Charlton3 - 0Bristol R
Sa 26Aug 1978Fulham0 - 0Burnley
Sa 26Aug 1978Newcastle1 - 0Luton
Sa 26Aug 1978Notts Co2 - 1Blackburn
Sa 26Aug 1978Brighton2 - 0Sunderland
Sa 26Aug 1978C Palace1 - 1West Ham
Sa 26Aug 1978Stoke2 - 0Millwall
Sa 26Aug 1978Cardiff1 - 3Oldham
Sa 26Aug 1978Leicester1 - 1Cambridge U
Sa 26Aug 1978Shrewsbury0 - 0Swindon
Sa 26Aug 1978Sheff Wed0 - 0Colchester
Sa 26Aug 1978Tranmere1 - 3Hull
Sa 26Aug 1978Brentford0 - 3Chesterfield
Sa 26Aug 1978Carlisle1 - 0Walsall
Sa 26Aug 1978Rotherham2 - 1Blackpool
Sa 26Aug 1978Bury2 - 2Gillingham
Sa 26Aug 1978Chester3 - 0Exeter
Sa 26Aug 1978Oxford0 - 2Swansea
Sa 26Aug 1978Watford1 - 2Peterborough
Sa 26Aug 1978Mansfield1 - 1Southend
Sa 26Aug 1978Plymouth2 - 1Lincoln


Match in Focus


Man City v Tottenham

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Man City have lost only once at home in the Premier League this season.
Expert verdict
Following their Champions League humdinger, Manchester City and Tottenham reconvene in the Premier League and the game is unlikely to be anywhere near as pulsating. With City not needing to press for early goals, they can play their usual free-flowing game and make it seven wins in nine matches against top-six opposition this season. Only one of those eight meetings so far have featured over 4.5 goals and punters should expect a narrow win for Pep Guardiola's side.


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