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Sa 09May 1987Torquay2 - 2Crewe
Sa 09May 1987Wolves4 - 1Hartlepool
Sa 09May 1987Wrexham1 - 3Northampton
Sa 09May 1987Aldershot1 - 2Cardiff
Sa 09May 1987Halifax1 - 0Peterborough
Sa 09May 1987Burnley2 - 1Leyton Orient
Sa 09May 1987Swansea2 - 0Lincoln
Sa 09May 1987Scunthorpe2 - 0Rochdale
Sa 09May 1987Cambridge U2 - 1Hereford (old)
Sa 09May 1987Charlton2 - 1QPR
Sa 09May 1987Chelsea3 - 3Liverpool
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Sa 09May 1987Oxford0 - 0Leicester
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Sa 09May 1987West Ham2 - 0Man City
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Sa 09May 1987Hull3 - 0Crystal Palace
Sa 09May 1987Birmingham0 - 2Shrewsbury
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Sa 09May 1987Brentford2 - 3Wigan
Sa 09May 1987Carlisle3 - 0Chesterfield
Sa 09May 1987Bury4 - 1Blackpool
Sa 09May 1987Chester1 - 2Port Vale
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Sa 09May 1987Darlington (old)1 - 3Walsall


Match in Focus


Inter v Lecce

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Inter have lost only two of their last 17 league games at the San Siro
Expert verdict
Promoted Lecce face a daunting task as they travel to the San Siro to face Inter in their first Serie A game for seven years. Former Leyton Orient manager Fabio Liverani is the man in charge of the promoted side and he will face stiff opposition from Antonio Conte's men. Conte won three Serie A titles with Juventus and is exactly what Inter need. He has strengthened his squad at both ends of the pitch with the arrivals of Diego Godin and Romelu Lukaku and should lead his side to an emphatic victory.


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