Sa 10Nov 1979Hertha Berlin0 - 0W Bremen
Sa 10Nov 1979Ein Brunswick3 - 0Bochum
Sa 10Nov 1979Kaiserslautern0 - 1E Frankfurt
Sa 10Nov 1979Mgladbach1 - 11860 Munich
Sa 10Nov 1979Hamburg4 - 0B Dortmund
Sa 10Nov 1979B Leverkusen1 - 3Stuttgart
Sa 10Nov 1979Schalke2 - 2F Dusseldorf
Sa 10Nov 1979B Munich3 - 0Bayer Uerdingen
Sa 10Nov 1979Duisburg0 - 2Cologne
Sa 10Nov 1979Lincoln1 - 1Bournemouth
Sa 10Nov 1979Torquay4 - 3York
Sa 10Nov 1979Newport C (old)1 - 1Crewe
Sa 10Nov 1979Halifax0 - 0Port Vale
Sa 10Nov 1979Hartlepool3 - 0Hereford
Sa 10Nov 1979Walsall1 - 1Portsmouth
Sa 10Nov 1979Darlington (old)0 - 0Northampton
Sa 10Nov 1979Scunthorpe1 - 1Stockport
Sa 10Nov 1979Bradford0 - 0Huddersfield
Sa 10Nov 1979Tottenham2 - 0Bolton
Sa 10Nov 1979Ipswich0 - 0Aston Villa
Sa 10Nov 1979Coventry3 - 0Leeds
Sa 10Nov 1979Bristol C0 - 2Derby
Sa 10Nov 1979Brighton1 - 4Liverpool
Sa 10Nov 1979C Palace1 - 0Arsenal
Sa 10Nov 1979Southampton4 - 1Nottm Forest
Sa 10Nov 1979Stoke0 - 1Wolves
Sa 10Nov 1979Everton0 - 2Middlesbro
Sa 10Nov 1979Man City2 - 0Man Utd
Sa 10Nov 1979West Brom2 - 1Norwich
Sa 10Nov 1979Leyton Orient3 - 7Chelsea
Sa 10Nov 1979Shrewsbury1 - 0Watford
Sa 10Nov 1979Fulham1 - 2West Ham
Sa 10Nov 1979Newcastle1 - 0Cardiff
Sa 10Nov 1979Birmingham1 - 0Cambridge U
Sa 10Nov 1979Wrexham1 - 2Bristol R
Sa 10Nov 1979Notts Co2 - 1Preston
Sa 10Nov 1979Luton1 - 1QPR
Sa 10Nov 1979Swansea3 - 1Sunderland
Sa 10Nov 1979Leicester1 - 1Burnley
Sa 10Nov 1979Sheff Utd4 - 0Gillingham
Sa 10Nov 1979Blackpool1 - 1Sheff Wed
Sa 10Nov 1979Reading3 - 0Hull
Sa 10Nov 1979Brentford1 - 0Colchester
Sa 10Nov 1979Wimbledon0 - 1Rotherham
Sa 10Nov 1979Bury3 - 0Millwall
Sa 10Nov 1979Oxford0 - 1Chester
Sa 10Nov 1979Mansfield1 - 1Swindon
Sa 10Nov 1979Barnsley2 - 2Exeter
Sa 10Nov 1979Plymouth4 - 2Carlisle


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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