Sa 21Feb 1981F Dusseldorf1 - 2Karlsruhe
Sa 21Feb 1981Nuremberg1 - 0Duisburg
Sa 21Feb 1981E Frankfurt1 - 1Hamburg
Sa 21Feb 1981B Dortmund2 - 2Schalke
Sa 21Feb 1981Cologne4 - 11860 Munich
Sa 21Feb 1981B Munich5 - 1Arminia
Sa 21Feb 1981Bayer Uerdingen3 - 0B Leverkusen
Sa 21Feb 1981Port Vale1 - 3Bury
Sa 21Feb 1981Aldershot2 - 1Darlington (old)
Sa 21Feb 1981Rochdale0 - 0Bournemouth
Sa 21Feb 1981Wimbledon3 - 0Halifax
Sa 21Feb 1981Crewe2 - 0Stockport
Sa 21Feb 1981Hartlepool1 - 3Southend
Sa 21Feb 1981Peterborough1 - 3Torquay
Sa 21Feb 1981Scunthorpe2 - 2Lincoln
Sa 21Feb 1981Wigan2 - 0Mansfield
Sa 21Feb 1981Tottenham1 - 2Leicester
Sa 21Feb 1981Nottm Forest3 - 1Arsenal
Sa 21Feb 1981Ipswich3 - 1Wolves
Sa 21Feb 1981Brighton2 - 2Liverpool
Sa 21Feb 1981Aston Villa2 - 1C Palace
Sa 21Feb 1981Middlesbro3 - 1Stoke
Sa 21Feb 1981Southampton2 - 2West Brom
Sa 21Feb 1981Everton3 - 0Coventry
Sa 21Feb 1981Man City1 - 0Man Utd
Sa 21Feb 1981Leeds1 - 0Sunderland
Sa 21Feb 1981Shrewsbury3 - 0Preston
Sa 21Feb 1981Chelsea0 - 1Watford
Sa 21Feb 1981Sheff Wed2 - 0Swansea
Sa 21Feb 1981Newcastle0 - 0Bristol R
Sa 21Feb 1981Blackburn1 - 1Wrexham
Sa 21Feb 1981Luton0 - 2Grimsby
Sa 21Feb 1981Bristol C0 - 1QPR
Sa 21Feb 1981Derby1 - 1Leyton Orient
Sa 21Feb 1981West Ham4 - 2Cambridge U
Sa 21Feb 1981Charlton1 - 0Exeter
Sa 21Feb 1981Huddersfield0 - 2Swindon
Sa 21Feb 1981Hull0 - 0Brentford
Sa 21Feb 1981Fulham3 - 0Portsmouth
Sa 21Feb 1981Blackpool1 - 0Walsall
Sa 21Feb 1981Rotherham2 - 1Sheff Utd
Sa 21Feb 1981Chesterfield1 - 0Carlisle
Sa 21Feb 1981Chester0 - 0Colchester
Sa 21Feb 1981Millwall2 - 2Burnley
Sa 21Feb 1981Oxford1 - 1Gillingham
Sa 21Feb 1981Barnsley2 - 3Reading
Sa 21Feb 1981Plymouth3 - 2Newport C (old)

 

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Fulham v Tottenham

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  • Spurs have won four of the last five league meetings
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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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