Sa 27Sep 1980F Dusseldorf4 - 3B Leverkusen
Sa 27Sep 1980E Frankfurt2 - 1Duisburg
Sa 27Sep 1980Kaiserslautern1 - 0Karlsruhe
Sa 27Sep 1980B Dortmund3 - 3Stuttgart
Sa 27Sep 1980Cologne2 - 2Nuremberg
Sa 27Sep 1980B Munich2 - 1Hamburg
Sa 27Sep 1980Bayer Uerdingen0 - 31860 Munich
Sa 27Sep 1980Lincoln2 - 2Scunthorpe
Sa 27Sep 1980Torquay2 - 0Peterborough
Sa 27Sep 1980York0 - 1Doncaster
Sa 27Sep 1980Bournemouth2 - 1Rochdale
Sa 27Sep 1980Bury2 - 1Port Vale
Sa 27Sep 1980Halifax0 - 1Wimbledon
Sa 27Sep 1980Mansfield3 - 1Wigan
Sa 27Sep 1980Hereford4 - 1Northampton
Sa 27Sep 1980Darlington (old)1 - 2Aldershot
Sa 27Sep 1980Bradford0 - 3Tranmere
Sa 27Sep 1980Liverpool4 - 1Brighton
Sa 27Sep 1980Wolves0 - 2Ipswich
Sa 27Sep 1980Norwich2 - 2Birmingham
Sa 27Sep 1980Coventry0 - 5Everton
Sa 27Sep 1980C Palace0 - 1Aston Villa
Sa 27Sep 1980Arsenal1 - 0Nottm Forest
Sa 27Sep 1980Stoke1 - 0Middlesbro
Sa 27Sep 1980West Brom2 - 1Southampton
Sa 27Sep 1980Man Utd2 - 2Man City
Sa 27Sep 1980Sunderland4 - 1Leeds
Sa 27Sep 1980Leicester2 - 1Tottenham
Sa 27Sep 1980Leyton Orient1 - 0Derby
Sa 27Sep 1980Preston0 - 0Shrewsbury
Sa 27Sep 1980Wrexham0 - 1Blackburn
Sa 27Sep 1980QPR4 - 0Bristol C
Sa 27Sep 1980Notts Co4 - 2Cardiff
Sa 27Sep 1980Grimsby0 - 0Luton
Sa 27Sep 1980Bristol R0 - 0Newcastle
Sa 27Sep 1980Oldham1 - 1Bolton
Sa 27Sep 1980Watford2 - 3Chelsea
Sa 27Sep 1980Swansea2 - 3Sheff Wed
Sa 27Sep 1980Cambridge U1 - 2West Ham
Sa 27Sep 1980Portsmouth1 - 0Fulham
Sa 27Sep 1980Sheff Utd1 - 2Rotherham
Sa 27Sep 1980Newport C (old)0 - 2Plymouth
Sa 27Sep 1980Gillingham1 - 1Oxford
Sa 27Sep 1980Reading3 - 2Barnsley
Sa 27Sep 1980Colchester1 - 1Chester
Sa 27Sep 1980Brentford2 - 2Hull
Sa 27Sep 1980Carlisle2 - 6Chesterfield
Sa 27Sep 1980Walsall2 - 2Blackpool
Sa 27Sep 1980Burnley5 - 0Millwall
Sa 27Sep 1980Exeter4 - 3Charlton
Sa 27Sep 1980Swindon1 - 0Huddersfield

 

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Fulham v Tottenham

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  • 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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