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H Watford  v  Bournemouth

H Birmingham  v  Luton.

D Huddersfield  v  Barnsley.

D Hull   v  Derby.

A Middlesbrough  v  Fulham. (No Boro Scorer)

D Millwall  v  Stoke.

H N.Forest  v  Reading.

H P.N.E.  v  Blackburn..

H W.B.A  v  Charlton.

A Shrewsbury  v  Sunderland.

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D Watford  v  Bournemouth

H Birmingham  v  Luton.

H Huddersfield  v  Barnsley.

H Hull   v  Derby.

H Middlesbrough  v  Fulham. (McNair)

H Millwall  v  Stoke.

H N.Forest  v  Reading.

A P.N.E.  v  Blackburn..

H W.B.A  v  Charlton.

A Shrewsbury  v  Sunderland.

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D Watford  v  Bournemouth

H Birmingham  v  Luton.

D Huddersfield  v  Barnsley.

D Hull   v  Derby.

A Middlesbrough  v  Fulham. (Johnson)

A Millwall  v  Stoke.

H N.Forest  v  Reading.

H P.N.E.  v  Blackburn..

H W.B.A  v  Charlton.

A Shrewsbury  v  Sunderland.

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D Watford  v  Bournemouth

H Birmingham  v  Luton.

D Huddersfield  v  Barnsley.

A Hull   v  Derby.

A Middlesbrough  v  Fulham. (Britt)

H Millwall  v  Stoke.

H N.Forest  v  Reading.

A P.N.E.  v  Blackburn..

H W.B.A  v  Charlton.

A Shrewsbury  v  Sunderland.

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H watford v bournemouth

H brum v luton

H huddersfield v barnsley

D hull v derby

A boro v fulham (assomba)

D millwall v stoke

H nforest v reading

H PNE v blackburn

H WBA v charlton

D shrewsbury v macams

 

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D Watford  v  Bournemouth

D Birmingham  v  Luton.

H Huddersfield  v  Barnsley.

A Hull   v  Derby.

H Middlesbrough  v  Fulham. (McNair)

D Millwall  v  Stoke.

H N.Forest  v  Reading.

A P.N.E.  v  Blackburn..

H W.B.A  v  Charlton.

A Shrewsbury  v  Sunderland.

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A Watford  v  Bournemouth

H Birmingham  v  Luton.

H Huddersfield  v  Barnsley.

D Hull   v  Derby.

H Middlesbrough  v  Fulham. (McNair)

A Millwall  v  Stoke.

H N.Forest  v  Reading.

A P.N.E.  v  Blackburn..

H W.B.A  v  Charlton.

A Shrewsbury  v  Sunderland.

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Watford  v  Bournemouth - Away

Birmingham  v  Luton - Draw

Huddersfield  v  Barnsley - Home

Hull   v  Derby - Away

Middlesbrough  v  Fulham - Away (Fletcher)

Millwall  v  Stoke - Home

N.Forest  v  Reading - Home

P.N.E.  v  Blackburn - Home

W.B.A  v  Charlton - Draw

Shrewsbury  v  Sunderland - Away

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