Fr 26Dec 1997Chelsea1 - 1Wimbledon
Fr 26Dec 1997Sheff Wed0 - 0Blackburn
Fr 26Dec 1997Liverpool3 - 1Leeds
Fr 26Dec 1997Bolton1 - 1Barnsley
Fr 26Dec 1997Crystal Palace1 - 1Southampton
Fr 26Dec 1997Arsenal2 - 1Leicester
Fr 26Dec 1997Aston Villa4 - 1Tottenham
Fr 26Dec 1997Man Utd2 - 0Everton
Fr 26Dec 1997Derby1 - 0Newcastle
Fr 26Dec 1997West Ham1 - 0Coventry
Fr 26Dec 1997Portsmouth3 - 1QPR
Fr 26Dec 1997Charlton2 - 1Norwich
Fr 26Dec 1997Huddersfield0 - 1Middlesbrough
Fr 26Dec 1997Wolves1 - 0Oxford
Fr 26Dec 1997Tranmere0 - 0Bury
Fr 26Dec 1997Nottm Forest3 - 0Swindon
Fr 26Dec 1997Reading2 - 1West Brom
Fr 26Dec 1997Ipswich0 - 1Birmingham
Fr 26Dec 1997Crewe1 - 0Man City
Fr 26Dec 1997Stockport3 - 0Port Vale
Fr 26Dec 1997Stoke2 - 2Sheff Utd
Fr 26Dec 1997Sunderland2 - 0Bradford
Fr 26Dec 1997Preston1 - 1Oldham
Fr 26Dec 1997Wrexham2 - 2Wigan
Fr 26Dec 1997Wycombe0 - 0Watford
Fr 26Dec 1997Luton2 - 2Northampton
Fr 26Dec 1997York0 - 0Grimsby
Fr 26Dec 1997Bournemouth4 - 0Gillingham
Fr 26Dec 1997Bristol C4 - 1Millwall
Fr 26Dec 1997Brentford1 - 1Southend
Fr 26Dec 1997Carlisle1 - 1Blackpool
Fr 26Dec 1997Walsall0 - 1Bristol R
Fr 26Dec 1997Burnley0 - 0Chesterfield
Fr 26Dec 1997Plymouth1 - 4Fulham
Fr 26Dec 1997Lincoln0 - 1Rotherham
Fr 26Dec 1997Torquay2 - 0Swansea
Fr 26Dec 1997Hull1 - 2Chester
Fr 26Dec 1997Barnet2 - 0Peterborough
Fr 26Dec 1997Brighton4 - 4Colchester
Fr 26Dec 1997Rochdale3 - 1Shrewsbury
Fr 26Dec 1997Hartlepool3 - 0Scarborough
Fr 26Dec 1997Darlington (old)4 - 2Macclesfield
Fr 26Dec 1997Scunthorpe1 - 2Notts Co
Fr 26Dec 1997Cambridge U1 - 0Leyton Orient
Fr 26Dec 1997Cardiff1 - 1Exeter
Fr 26Dec 1997Woking3 - 0Farnborough
Fr 26Dec 1997Leek3 - 1Telford
Fr 26Dec 1997Dover2 - 1Welling
Fr 26Dec 1997Gateshead2 - 2Halifax
Fr 26Dec 1997Cheltenham2 - 0Yeovil
Fr 26Dec 1997Slough0 - 0Hayes
Fr 26Dec 1997Rushden2 - 0Stevenage
Fr 26Dec 1997Northwich1 - 0Stalybridge
Fr 26Dec 1997Hednesford1 - 1Kettering
Fr 26Dec 1997Hereford (old)1 - 0Kidderminster
Fr 26Dec 1997Morecambe2 - 0Southport

 

Match in Focus

20:00 Mo 21Oct SKY

Sheff Utd v Arsenal

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Arsenal have won five of their last six matches
Expert verdict
Some Arsenal supporters are not happy with Unai Emery’s tactics but the Gunners are third in the Premier League after eight matches and can maintain their upward trajectory by beating Sheffield United. The visitors have lost only one match in all competitions this season and should continue to improve with Hector Bellerin and Kieran Tierney both fit again after injury. They haven’t always been brilliant but Arsenal tend to get the job done. Sheffield United held firm for 70 minutes against Liverpool and have proved hard to break down, but they have lost four of their last five home matches in all competitions.

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