Tu 23Sep 2003Shrewsbury2 - 0Halifax
Tu 23Sep 2003Forest Green2 - 2Woking
Tu 23Sep 2003Accrington3 - 1Burton
Tu 23Sep 2003Aldershot2 - 0Farnborough
Tu 23Sep 2003Chester4 - 0Northwich
Tu 23Sep 2003Margate0 - 1Barnet
Tu 23Sep 2003Hereford (old)2 - 1Telford
Tu 23Sep 2003Stevenage2 - 2Ebbsfleet
Tu 23Sep 2003Morecambe1 - 0Leigh Genesis
Tu 23Sep 2003Tamworth0 - 0Scarborough
Tu 23Sep 2003Scunthorpe2 - 3Burnley
Tu 23Sep 2003Portsmouth5 - 2Northampton
Tu 23Sep 2003Sheff Utd0 - 2QPR
Tu 23Sep 2003Wolves2 - 0Darlington (old)
Tu 23Sep 2003Tranmere0 - 0Nottm Forest
Tu 23Sep 2003Blackpool1 - 0Birmingham
Tu 23Sep 2003Notts Co2 - 1Ipswich
Tu 23Sep 2003Wycombe0 - 5Aston Villa
Tu 23Sep 2003Bristol C1 - 0Watford
Tu 23Sep 2003Rotherham1 - 0Colchester
Tu 23Sep 2003Hartlepool1 - 2West Brom
Tu 23Sep 2003Stoke0 - 2Gillingham
Tu 23Sep 2003Cardiff2 - 3West Ham
Tu 23Sep 2003Leicester1 - 0Crewe
Tu 23Sep 2003Charlton4 - 4Luton
Tu 23Sep 2003Crystal Palace2 - 1Doncaster
Tu 23Sep 2003Sunderland2 - 4Huddersfield
Tu 23Sep 2003Wigan1 - 0Fulham
Tu 23Sep 2003Queen's Park1 - 3Livingston
Tu 23Sep 2003Clyde2 - 1Airdrieonians
Tu 23Sep 2003Dundee Utd3 - 1Morton
Tu 23Sep 2003Forfar3 - 3Motherwell
Tu 23Sep 2003Aberdeen3 - 1Dumbarton
Tu 23Sep 2003Ross County0 - 3Queen of Sth
Tu 23Sep 2003Arbroath3 - 4Falkirk
Tu 23Sep 2003St Johnstone3 - 2Hamilton
Tu 23Sep 2003Hibernian9 - 0Montrose
Tu 23Sep 2003Brechin1 - 0Kilmarnock
Tu 23Sep 2003Landskrona0 - 3Helsingborgs
Tu 23Sep 2003Canvey Isl.2 - 0Heybridge
Tu 23Sep 2003Harrow Boro2 - 1Bedford
Tu 23Sep 2003Maidenhead2 - 0Sutton Utd
Tu 23Sep 2003Grays1 - 1Kettering
Tu 23Sep 2003Bishop's St.1 - 3Thurrock
Tu 23Sep 2003Braintree2 - 2Billericay
Tu 23Sep 2003Hayes3 - 0Aylesbury
Tu 23Sep 2003Hendon1 - 1Northwood
Tu 23Sep 2003Kingstonian1 - 1Bognor Regis
Tu 23Sep 2003Ford Utd3 - 0Hitchin
Tu 23Sep 2003Hornchurch0 - 1St Albans
Tu 23Sep 2003Frickley0 - 0Gainsborough
Tu 23Sep 2003Blyth Sptns0 - 0Bradford PA
Tu 23Sep 2003Alfreton5 - 0Ashton Utd
Tu 23Sep 2003Southport2 - 2Altrincham
Tu 23Sep 2003W & Emley0 - 2Droylsden
Tu 23Sep 2003Barrow1 - 0Runcorn
Tu 23Sep 2003Vauxhall M3 - 2Burscough
Tu 23Sep 2003Stalybridge1 - 2Hucknall
Tu 23Sep 2003Harrogate3 - 1Spennymoor U
Tu 23Sep 2003Lancaster4 - 2Radcliffe Boro

League of Ireland (old)

Tu 23Sep 2003Longford TvCork City
Tu 23Sep 2003Bohemians D.vShamrock R
Tu 23Sep 2003UCDvWaterford
Tu 23Sep 2003St Patrick'svDerry City
Tu 23Sep 2003DroghedavShelbourne


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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