Sa 30Apr 1988W Bremen2 - 0Mgladbach
Sa 30Apr 1988Hannover5 - 1Homburg
Sa 30Apr 1988Stuttgart5 - 1Hamburg
Sa 30Apr 1988Kaiserslautern3 - 1B Munich
Sa 30Apr 1988Cologne1 - 1E Frankfurt
Sa 30Apr 1988Schalke0 - 0Nuremberg
Sa 30Apr 1988Bayer Uerdingen4 - 1B Leverkusen
Sa 30Apr 1988Bochum2 - 0B Dortmund
Sa 30Apr 1988Leyton Orient4 - 0Hereford (old)
Sa 30Apr 1988Torquay1 - 0Carlisle
Sa 30Apr 1988Wrexham4 - 2Wolves
Sa 30Apr 1988Newport C (old)0 - 3Tranmere
Sa 30Apr 1988Hartlepool0 - 1Cardiff
Sa 30Apr 1988Burnley1 - 2Peterborough
Sa 30Apr 1988Exeter4 - 1Darlington (old)
Sa 30Apr 1988Scarborough2 - 1Rochdale
Sa 30Apr 1988Swansea1 - 1Scunthorpe
Sa 30Apr 1988Chelsea1 - 1Liverpool
Sa 30Apr 1988Sheff Wed3 - 3Arsenal
Sa 30Apr 1988Newcastle3 - 1Oxford
Sa 30Apr 1988Nottm Forest0 - 0Wimbledon
Sa 30Apr 1988Norwich2 - 2Luton
Sa 30Apr 1988Coventry1 - 0Portsmouth
Sa 30Apr 1988Southampton2 - 1West Ham
Sa 30Apr 1988Everton1 - 1Charlton
Sa 30Apr 1988Watford1 - 1Derby
Sa 30Apr 1988Man Utd2 - 1QPR
Sa 30Apr 1988Shrewsbury1 - 1Barnsley
Sa 30Apr 1988Huddersfield1 - 2Bournemouth
Sa 30Apr 1988Birmingham0 - 3Man City
Sa 30Apr 1988Reading2 - 1Sheff Utd
Sa 30Apr 1988Oldham3 - 1Ipswich
Sa 30Apr 1988Crystal Palace2 - 0Blackburn
Sa 30Apr 1988Middlesbrough3 - 1Plymouth
Sa 30Apr 1988Millwall2 - 0Stoke
Sa 30Apr 1988West Brom1 - 1Hull
Sa 30Apr 1988Swindon1 - 2Leeds
Sa 30Apr 1988Bradford4 - 1Leicester
Sa 30Apr 1988Preston2 - 1Fulham
Sa 30Apr 1988Port Vale0 - 1Sunderland
Sa 30Apr 1988Northampton3 - 3Blackpool
Sa 30Apr 1988Bristol C4 - 1Wigan
Sa 30Apr 1988Brentford1 - 1Doncaster
Sa 30Apr 1988Grimsby0 - 0Bristol R
Sa 30Apr 1988Brighton3 - 1Mansfield
Sa 30Apr 1988Rotherham1 - 0Aldershot
Sa 30Apr 1988Bury2 - 1Gillingham
Sa 30Apr 1988Chesterfield0 - 0Chester
Sa 30Apr 1988Walsall2 - 1Notts Co


Match in Focus

12:30 Sa 18Jan BT1

Watford v Tottenham

Home WinDrawAway Win
Expert verdict
Tottenham showed some mettle in their 1-0 defeat at home to Liverpool but Jose Mourinho’s team cannot consider victory at Watford to be a formality. The Hornets have improved greatly under Nigel Pearson and their physical strength could prove a problem for the visitors from north London. Watford are unbeaten in their last five league matches and the manner in which they disposed of Bournemouth in Sunday’s 3-0 win suggested that their battle against relegation will prove to be a successful one.


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