Mo 28Dec 1998Charlton0 - 1Arsenal
Mo 28Dec 1998Liverpool4 - 2Newcastle
Mo 28Dec 1998Tottenham4 - 1Everton
Mo 28Dec 1998Nottm Forest1 - 1Southampton
Mo 28Dec 1998Aston Villa2 - 1Sheff Wed
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Mo 28Dec 1998West Ham2 - 0Coventry
Mo 28Dec 1998Leicester1 - 1Blackburn
Mo 28Dec 1998Bristol C3 - 1Swindon
Mo 28Dec 1998Wolves1 - 0Ipswich
Mo 28Dec 1998Port Vale0 - 2Bolton
Mo 28Dec 1998Portsmouth2 - 2Oxford
Mo 28Dec 1998Sheff Utd2 - 1Huddersfield
Mo 28Dec 1998Grimsby1 - 0Stockport
Mo 28Dec 1998C Palace1 - 1West Brom
Mo 28Dec 1998Bury2 - 4Birmingham
Mo 28Dec 1998Sunderland2 - 0Crewe
Mo 28Dec 1998Barnsley1 - 0QPR
Mo 28Dec 1998Bradford2 - 0Tranmere
Mo 28Dec 1998Colchester0 - 3Bristol R
Mo 28Dec 1998Preston3 - 1Wrexham
Mo 28Dec 1998Northampton1 - 1Fulham
Mo 28Dec 1998Reading1 - 0Notts Co
Mo 28Dec 1998Wycombe1 - 0Chesterfield
Mo 28Dec 1998Bournemouth1 - 0Luton
Mo 28Dec 1998Macclesfield0 - 1Blackpool
Mo 28Dec 1998Oldham0 - 2York
Mo 28Dec 1998Burnley1 - 1Lincoln
Mo 28Dec 1998Man City2 - 1Stoke
Mo 28Dec 1998Wigan2 - 0Walsall
Mo 28Dec 1998Rotherham3 - 1Halifax
Mo 28Dec 1998Shrewsbury3 - 2Hull
Mo 28Dec 1998Torquay2 - 0Southend
Mo 28Dec 1998Brentford1 - 0Cardiff
Mo 28Dec 1998Carlisle1 - 1Cambridge U
Mo 28Dec 1998Chester1 - 1Mansfield
Mo 28Dec 1998Hartlepool0 - 1Rochdale
Mo 28Dec 1998Peterborough1 - 2Brighton
Mo 28Dec 1998Scarborough1 - 4Scunthorpe
Mo 28Dec 1998Darlington (old)1 - 1Leyton Orient
Mo 28Dec 1998Swansea2 - 1Barnet
Mo 28Dec 1998Plymouth1 - 0Exeter
Mo 28Dec 1998Forest Green2 - 1Hereford
Mo 28Dec 1998Leek1 - 1Telford
Mo 28Dec 1998Dover5 - 1Kingstonian
Mo 28Dec 1998Rushden2 - 0Woking
Mo 28Dec 1998Yeovil6 - 3Farnborough
Mo 28Dec 1998Barrow0 - 1Northwich
Mo 28Dec 1998Kidderminster0 - 1Cheltenham
Mo 28Dec 1998Hayes1 - 2Welling
Mo 28Dec 1998Hednesford1 - 1Doncaster
Mo 28Dec 1998Morecambe1 - 1Southport
Mo 28Dec 1998Stevenage2 - 2Kettering


Match in Focus


Man City v Everton

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Manchester City have not kept a clean sheet in their last four games
Expert verdict
Manchester City suffered their first league defeat of the season at Chelsea on Saturday, but don’t expect them to meet with the same fate when they host Everton at the Etihad. Despite that setback, City remain a fantastic team and it will take something special for Everton to stop the champions. But the Toffees are difficult to break down, going into half-time level in each of their last five games, and there could be value in expecting something similar. Marco Silva’s side have conceded just two goals in four games and defended well for much of the Merseyside derby before a Jordan Pickford howler.


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