Sa 30Oct 1982F Dusseldorf3 - 1Nuremberg
Sa 30Oct 1982Arminia2 - 2Kaiserslautern
Sa 30Oct 1982Ein Brunswick3 - 1W Bremen
Sa 30Oct 1982E Frankfurt3 - 0Cologne
Sa 30Oct 1982Karlsruhe2 - 2Schalke
Sa 30Oct 1982Hamburg4 - 3Mgladbach
Sa 30Oct 1982B Leverkusen1 - 2B Dortmund
Sa 30Oct 1982B Munich4 - 0Stuttgart
Sa 30Oct 1982Bochum4 - 0Hertha Berlin
Sa 30Oct 1982Torquay1 - 1Scunthorpe
Sa 30Oct 1982Port Vale1 - 0Blackpool
Sa 30Oct 1982Tranmere0 - 1Hull
Sa 30Oct 1982Northampton0 - 0Peterborough
Sa 30Oct 1982Aldershot0 - 0Bristol C
Sa 30Oct 1982York5 - 1Hartlepool
Sa 30Oct 1982Wimbledon2 - 1Stockport
Sa 30Oct 1982Bury1 - 0Colchester
Sa 30Oct 1982Chester0 - 1Swindon
Sa 30Oct 1982Mansfield0 - 2Darlington (old)
Sa 30Oct 1982Hereford1 - 0Rochdale
Sa 30Oct 1982Liverpool3 - 1Brighton
Sa 30Oct 1982Notts Co3 - 2Watford
Sa 30Oct 1982Ipswich6 - 1West Brom
Sa 30Oct 1982Luton0 - 2Nottm Forest
Sa 30Oct 1982Coventry2 - 0Norwich
Sa 30Oct 1982Arsenal0 - 0Birmingham
Sa 30Oct 1982Aston Villa4 - 0Tottenham
Sa 30Oct 1982Southampton3 - 2Everton
Sa 30Oct 1982Man City2 - 1Swansea
Sa 30Oct 1982Sunderland2 - 2Stoke
Sa 30Oct 1982West Ham3 - 1Man Utd
Sa 30Oct 1982Charlton3 - 0Blackburn
Sa 30Oct 1982Wolves2 - 1Derby
Sa 30Oct 1982QPR1 - 0Bolton
Sa 30Oct 1982Grimsby1 - 0Cambridge U
Sa 30Oct 1982Carlisle2 - 1Chelsea
Sa 30Oct 1982Rotherham1 - 1Middlesbro
Sa 30Oct 1982C Palace1 - 1Fulham
Sa 30Oct 1982Burnley1 - 2Oldham
Sa 30Oct 1982Barnsley2 - 2Shrewsbury
Sa 30Oct 1982Leeds3 - 1Newcastle
Sa 30Oct 1982Leicester0 - 2Sheff Wed
Sa 30Oct 1982Preston0 - 1Bournemouth
Sa 30Oct 1982Lincoln1 - 0Bradford
Sa 30Oct 1982Sheff Utd1 - 1Millwall
Sa 30Oct 1982Doncaster0 - 0Chesterfield
Sa 30Oct 1982Gillingham1 - 3Huddersfield
Sa 30Oct 1982Bristol R3 - 0Reading
Sa 30Oct 1982Oxford1 - 1Exeter
Sa 30Oct 1982Walsall1 - 1Wrexham
Sa 30Oct 1982Wigan0 - 1Newport C (old)
Sa 30Oct 1982Cardiff1 - 0Portsmouth
Sa 30Oct 1982Plymouth2 - 0Brentford

 

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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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