Sa 22Mar 1980Nigeria3 - 0Algeria
Sa 22Mar 1980Hertha Berlin0 - 2Kaiserslautern
Sa 22Mar 1980Ein Brunswick1 - 0B Dortmund
Sa 22Mar 1980Stuttgart5 - 1F Dusseldorf
Sa 22Mar 1980Mgladbach2 - 2Cologne
Sa 22Mar 1980Hamburg5 - 0W Bremen
Sa 22Mar 1980B Leverkusen1 - 01860 Munich
Sa 22Mar 1980Schalke1 - 2Bayer Uerdingen
Sa 22Mar 1980B Munich2 - 0E Frankfurt
Sa 22Mar 1980Portsmouth1 - 2Walsall
Sa 22Mar 1980Huddersfield0 - 0Bradford
Sa 22Mar 1980Port Vale1 - 0Halifax
Sa 22Mar 1980Northampton2 - 0Darlington (old)
Sa 22Mar 1980Aldershot3 - 0Rochdale
Sa 22Mar 1980York1 - 0Torquay
Sa 22Mar 1980Bournemouth0 - 0Lincoln
Sa 22Mar 1980Crewe0 - 3Newport C (old)
Sa 22Mar 1980Hereford2 - 1Hartlepool
Sa 22Mar 1980Peterborough3 - 2Doncaster
Sa 22Mar 1980Wigan0 - 0Tranmere
Sa 22Mar 1980Liverpool1 - 0Brighton
Sa 22Mar 1980Wolves3 - 0Stoke
Sa 22Mar 1980Nottm Forest2 - 0Southampton
Sa 22Mar 1980Norwich1 - 1West Brom
Sa 22Mar 1980Bolton2 - 1Tottenham
Sa 22Mar 1980Arsenal1 - 1C Palace
Sa 22Mar 1980Aston Villa1 - 1Ipswich
Sa 22Mar 1980Middlesbro2 - 1Everton
Sa 22Mar 1980Man Utd1 - 0Man City
Sa 22Mar 1980Derby3 - 3Bristol C
Sa 22Mar 1980Leeds0 - 0Coventry
Sa 22Mar 1980Preston2 - 0Notts Co
Sa 22Mar 1980Chelsea1 - 0Leyton Orient
Sa 22Mar 1980QPR2 - 2Luton
Sa 22Mar 1980Bristol R1 - 0Wrexham
Sa 22Mar 1980Oldham4 - 3Charlton
Sa 22Mar 1980Burnley1 - 2Leicester
Sa 22Mar 1980Watford0 - 1Shrewsbury
Sa 22Mar 1980Sunderland1 - 1Swansea
Sa 22Mar 1980Cambridge U2 - 1Birmingham
Sa 22Mar 1980Cardiff1 - 1Newcastle
Sa 22Mar 1980West Ham2 - 3Fulham
Sa 22Mar 1980Sheff Wed4 - 1Blackpool
Sa 22Mar 1980Hull0 - 1Reading
Sa 22Mar 1980Gillingham3 - 0Sheff Utd
Sa 22Mar 1980Colchester6 - 1Brentford
Sa 22Mar 1980Grimsby1 - 0Southend
Sa 22Mar 1980Carlisle2 - 1Plymouth
Sa 22Mar 1980Rotherham0 - 0Wimbledon
Sa 22Mar 1980Chesterfield0 - 1Blackburn
Sa 22Mar 1980Chester1 - 0Oxford
Sa 22Mar 1980Millwall0 - 1Bury
Sa 22Mar 1980Exeter2 - 1Barnsley
Sa 22Mar 1980Swindon2 - 1Mansfield


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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