Sa 10Jan 1998Chelsea3 - 1Coventry
Sa 10Jan 1998Sheff Wed2 - 1Newcastle
Sa 10Jan 1998Liverpool2 - 0Wimbledon
Sa 10Jan 1998Bolton0 - 0Southampton
Sa 10Jan 1998Crystal Palace1 - 3Everton
Sa 10Jan 1998Arsenal2 - 1Leeds
Sa 10Jan 1998Aston Villa1 - 1Leicester
Sa 10Jan 1998Man Utd2 - 0Tottenham
Sa 10Jan 1998West Ham6 - 0Barnsley
Sa 10Jan 1998Portsmouth0 - 3Man City
Sa 10Jan 1998Charlton3 - 0Middlesbrough
Sa 10Jan 1998Huddersfield5 - 1Oxford
Sa 10Jan 1998Wolves5 - 0Norwich
Sa 10Jan 1998Nottm Forest2 - 1Port Vale
Sa 10Jan 1998Reading1 - 1Bury
Sa 10Jan 1998Ipswich0 - 0QPR
Sa 10Jan 1998Stockport1 - 2Bradford
Sa 10Jan 1998Stoke0 - 7Birmingham
Sa 10Jan 1998Sunderland4 - 2Sheff Utd
Sa 10Jan 1998Preston1 - 3Gillingham
Sa 10Jan 1998Wrexham0 - 3Fulham
Sa 10Jan 1998Wycombe1 - 2Wigan
Sa 10Jan 1998Luton3 - 0Blackpool
Sa 10Jan 1998York0 - 0Oldham
Sa 10Jan 1998Bournemouth3 - 0Northampton
Sa 10Jan 1998Bristol C4 - 1Grimsby
Sa 10Jan 1998Brentford2 - 1Millwall
Sa 10Jan 1998Carlisle5 - 0Southend
Sa 10Jan 1998Walsall3 - 2Chesterfield
Sa 10Jan 1998Burnley2 - 0Watford
Sa 10Jan 1998Plymouth1 - 2Bristol R
Sa 10Jan 1998Lincoln1 - 3Chester
Sa 10Jan 1998Torquay2 - 0Macclesfield
Sa 10Jan 1998Hull0 - 0Mansfield
Sa 10Jan 1998Doncaster1 - 0Shrewsbury
Sa 10Jan 1998Barnet0 - 0Rotherham
Sa 10Jan 1998Brighton0 - 1Swansea
Sa 10Jan 1998Rochdale1 - 2Notts Co
Sa 10Jan 1998Hartlepool1 - 1Exeter
Sa 10Jan 1998Darlington (old)4 - 2Colchester
Sa 10Jan 1998Scunthorpe1 - 3Peterborough
Sa 10Jan 1998Cambridge U2 - 3Scarborough
Sa 10Jan 1998Cardiff1 - 0Leyton Orient
Sa 10Jan 1998Rangers2 - 0Aberdeen
Sa 10Jan 1998Motherwell1 - 1Celtic
Sa 10Jan 1998Hibernian1 - 0Dunfermline
Sa 10Jan 1998Dundee Utd1 - 1Kilmarnock
Sa 10Jan 1998Partick1 - 3Stirling
Sa 10Jan 1998Raith4 - 1St Mirren
Sa 10Jan 1998Ayr2 - 5Dundee
Sa 10Jan 1998Falkirk3 - 1Hamilton
Sa 10Jan 1998Morton0 - 2Airdrie (old)
Sa 10Jan 1998Brechin0 - 1Clydebank
Sa 10Jan 1998Dumbarton1 - 2Cowdenbeath
Sa 10Jan 1998Albion3 - 2Montrose
Sa 10Jan 1998Alloa1 - 3Berwick
Sa 10Jan 1998Arbroath2 - 2Queen's Park
Sa 10Jan 1998Stranraer2 - 1Fraserburgh
Sa 10Jan 1998East Stirling1 - 1Edinburgh C
Sa 10Jan 1998Stenh'semuir4 - 0Deveronvale
Sa 10Jan 1998Atl Madrid1 - 1Real Madrid


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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