Sa 24Oct 1981F Dusseldorf4 - 2Kaiserslautern
Sa 24Oct 1981Arminia1 - 1Hamburg
Sa 24Oct 1981W Bremen2 - 0B Dortmund
Sa 24Oct 1981Mgladbach4 - 2Duisburg
Sa 24Oct 1981SV Darmstadt2 - 1Nuremberg
Sa 24Oct 1981B Leverkusen1 - 1Cologne
Sa 24Oct 1981B Munich3 - 2E Frankfurt
Sa 24Oct 1981Bochum3 - 3Stuttgart
Sa 24Oct 1981Hull1 - 2Aldershot
Sa 24Oct 1981Northampton3 - 2Tranmere
Sa 24Oct 1981Bournemouth3 - 2Bury
Sa 24Oct 1981Rochdale4 - 1Stockport
Sa 24Oct 1981Halifax0 - 2Colchester
Sa 24Oct 1981Hartlepool0 - 0Torquay
Sa 24Oct 1981Mansfield0 - 1Crewe
Sa 24Oct 1981Hereford1 - 1Darlington (old)
Sa 24Oct 1981Peterborough0 - 1York
Sa 24Oct 1981Wigan2 - 1Scunthorpe
Sa 24Oct 1981Bradford0 - 2Sheff Utd
Sa 24Oct 1981Liverpool1 - 2Man Utd
Sa 24Oct 1981Tottenham0 - 1Brighton
Sa 24Oct 1981Wolves0 - 3Aston Villa
Sa 24Oct 1981Notts Co1 - 1West Ham
Sa 24Oct 1981Ipswich2 - 1Arsenal
Sa 24Oct 1981Coventry3 - 1Swansea
Sa 24Oct 1981Middlesbro0 - 2Everton
Sa 24Oct 1981Stoke1 - 0Birmingham
Sa 24Oct 1981Man City0 - 0Nottm Forest
Sa 24Oct 1981West Brom1 - 1Southampton
Sa 24Oct 1981Leeds1 - 0Sunderland
Sa 24Oct 1981Chelsea1 - 2Barnsley
Sa 24Oct 1981Sheff Wed2 - 1Oldham
Sa 24Oct 1981Newcastle1 - 1Rotherham
Sa 24Oct 1981Wrexham0 - 2Luton
Sa 24Oct 1981QPR2 - 0Leicester
Sa 24Oct 1981Bolton3 - 4Cambridge U
Sa 24Oct 1981Grimsby1 - 1Blackburn
Sa 24Oct 1981C Palace0 - 1Derby
Sa 24Oct 1981Watford3 - 0Norwich
Sa 24Oct 1981Cardiff1 - 1Shrewsbury
Sa 24Oct 1981Portsmouth0 - 0Newport C (old)
Sa 24Oct 1981Lincoln1 - 2Bristol C
Sa 24Oct 1981Reading2 - 1Wimbledon
Sa 24Oct 1981Southend0 - 1Oxford
Sa 24Oct 1981Carlisle2 - 1Walsall
Sa 24Oct 1981Bristol R3 - 2Huddersfield
Sa 24Oct 1981Chesterfield0 - 2Brentford
Sa 24Oct 1981Millwall1 - 2Gillingham
Sa 24Oct 1981Burnley2 - 2Fulham
Sa 24Oct 1981Exeter4 - 3Preston
Sa 24Oct 1981Swindon2 - 2Doncaster
Sa 24Oct 1981Plymouth5 - 1Chester

 

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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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