Sa 23Aug 1986Blau-Weiss Berlin3 - 2Mgladbach
Sa 23Aug 1986W Mannheim2 - 1B Dortmund
Sa 23Aug 1986B Leverkusen5 - 0F Dusseldorf
Sa 23Aug 1986B Munich3 - 0Cologne
Sa 23Aug 1986Bayer Uerdingen2 - 2Stuttgart
Sa 23Aug 1986Bochum1 - 1Hamburg
Sa 23Aug 1986Lincoln3 - 1Colchester
Sa 23Aug 1986Torquay1 - 1Burnley
Sa 23Aug 1986Wolves1 - 2Cambridge U
Sa 23Aug 1986Tranmere1 - 1Preston
Sa 23Aug 1986Rochdale1 - 1Crewe
Sa 23Aug 1986Halifax1 - 0Aldershot
Sa 23Aug 1986Hartlepool1 - 1Cardiff
Sa 23Aug 1986Exeter1 - 0Leyton Orient
Sa 23Aug 1986Hereford (old)0 - 0Wrexham
Sa 23Aug 1986Peterborough2 - 0Southend
Sa 23Aug 1986Swansea3 - 0Stockport
Sa 23Aug 1986Scunthorpe2 - 2Northampton
Sa 23Aug 1986Charlton1 - 1Sheff Wed
Sa 23Aug 1986Chelsea0 - 0Norwich
Sa 23Aug 1986Newcastle0 - 2Liverpool
Sa 23Aug 1986Arsenal1 - 0Man Utd
Sa 23Aug 1986Aston Villa0 - 3Tottenham
Sa 23Aug 1986Southampton5 - 1QPR
Sa 23Aug 1986Everton2 - 0Nottm Forest
Sa 23Aug 1986Watford3 - 0Oxford
Sa 23Aug 1986Man City3 - 1Wimbledon
Sa 23Aug 1986West Ham1 - 0Coventry
Sa 23Aug 1986Leicester1 - 1Luton
Sa 23Aug 1986Sheff Utd1 - 1Shrewsbury
Sa 23Aug 1986Huddersfield0 - 2Sunderland
Sa 23Aug 1986Hull2 - 0West Brom
Sa 23Aug 1986Blackburn2 - 1Leeds
Sa 23Aug 1986Reading0 - 1Millwall
Sa 23Aug 1986Ipswich1 - 1Grimsby
Sa 23Aug 1986Brighton0 - 0Portsmouth
Sa 23Aug 1986Stoke0 - 2Birmingham
Sa 23Aug 1986Barnsley2 - 3Crystal Palace
Sa 23Aug 1986Bradford2 - 2Plymouth
Sa 23Aug 1986Derby0 - 1Oldham
Sa 23Aug 1986Blackpool0 - 0Chesterfield
Sa 23Aug 1986Newport C (old)1 - 2Gillingham
Sa 23Aug 1986Notts Co2 - 0Wigan
Sa 23Aug 1986York3 - 1Darlington (old)
Sa 23Aug 1986Bolton1 - 2Swindon
Sa 23Aug 1986Bristol C2 - 2Bury
Sa 23Aug 1986Brentford1 - 1Bournemouth
Sa 23Aug 1986Rotherham0 - 0Fulham
Sa 23Aug 1986Chester2 - 2Carlisle
Sa 23Aug 1986Middlesbrough2 - 2Port Vale
Sa 23Aug 1986Walsall0 - 3Bristol R
Sa 23Aug 1986Mansfield2 - 1Doncaster


Match in Focus

19:30 TODAY

Everton v Newcastle

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Everton have won six of the last eight meetings
Expert verdict
A lack of goals will be concerning for new Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti so the return of Brazilian striker Richarlison will be a welcome sight for the Italian. Newcastle will be hoping to build on their last-gasp victory over Chelsea but could slip to another defeat at the hands of the Toffees.


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