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H Chelsea  v  Newcastle.

A Barnsley  v  Swansea.

H Brentford  v  Millwall.

A Charlton  v  Derby.

H Hull  v  Q.P.R.

H Leeds  v  Birmingham.

A Luton  v  Bristol Cty.

A Middlesbrough  v  W.B.A. (Ayala)

A Reading  v  P.N.E.

A Stoke  v  Fulham.

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H Chelsea  v  Newcastle.

A Barnsley  v  Swansea.

H Brentford  v  Millwall.

D Charlton  v  Derby.

H Hull  v  Q.P.R.

H Leeds  v  Birmingham.

A Luton  v  Bristol City.

A Middlesbrough  v  W.B.A. (No Boro Scorer)

D Reading  v  P.N.E.

A Stoke  v  Fulham.

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(H) Chelsea  v  Newcastle.

(D) Barnsley  v  Swansea.

(A) Brentford  v  Millwall.

(D) Charlton  v  Derby.

(A) Hull  v  Q.P.R.

(H) Leeds  v  Birmingham.

(A) Luton  v  Bristol Cty.

(H) Middlesbrough  v  W.B.A. (Ayala)

(A) Reading  v  P.N.E.

(A) Stoke  v  Fulham.

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H Chelsea  v  Newcastle.

A Barnsley  v  Swansea.

D Brentford  v  Millwall.

A Charlton  v  Derby.

A Hull  v  Q.P.R.

H Leeds  v  Birmingham.

A Luton  v  Bristol Cty.

D Middlesbrough  v  W.B.A. (Fletcher)

H Reading  v  P.N.E.

A Stoke  v  Fulham.

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H Chelsea  v  Newcastle.

A Barnsley  v  Swansea.

H Brentford  v  Millwall.

A Charlton  v  Derby.

H Hull  v  Q.P.R.

H Leeds  v  Birmingham.

A Luton  v  Bristol Cty.

D Middlesbrough  v  W.B.A. (McNair)

H Reading  v  P.N.E.

D Stoke  v  Fulham.

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Chelsea  v  Newcastle. H

Barnsley  v  Swansea. D

Brentford  v  Millwall. H

Charlton  v  Derby. A

Hull  v  Q.P.R. H

Leeds  v  Birmingham. H

Luton  v  Bristol Cty. A

Middlesbrough  v  W.B.A. A (NO Boro Scorer)

Reading  v  P.N.E. H

Stoke  v  Fulham. A

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H Chelsea  v  Newcastle.

A Barnsley  v  Swansea.

H Brentford  v  Millwall.

A Charlton  v  Derby.

D Hull  v  Q.P.R.

H Leeds  v  Birmingham.

D Luton  v  Bristol Cty.

H Middlesbrough  v  W.B.A. (Britt)

A Reading  v  P.N.E.

A Stoke  v  Fulham.

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Chelsea  v  Newcastle - Home

Barnsley  v  Swansea - Draw

Brentford  v  Millwall - Home

Charlton  v  Derby - Away

Hull  v  Q.P.R - Draw

Leeds  v  Birmingham - Home

Luton  v  Bristol Cty - Away

Middlesbrough  v  W.B.A - Away (No Scorer)

Reading  v  P.N.E - Home

Stoke  v  Fulham - Away

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H Chelsea v Newcastle

A Barnsley v Swansea

D Brentford v Millwall

H Charlton v Derby

H Hull v QPR

H Leeds v Birmingham

D Luton v Bristol City

A Boro v WBA (no scorer )

A Reading v PNE

D Stoke v Fulham

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