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Weekend final scores and stats

last updated Sunday 29th October 2000, 3:01 PM

Nationwide Division One matches, for the week, ended today with a 2-0 victory for Grimsby over West Brom who had hoped to grab fourth place. That means, for various reasons, not one of the top seven clubs in Division One managed to win this week.

Saturday saw Fulham draw away at Sheffield Wednesday, a side with one win and one draw to their credit at home so far this season. Wednesday went ahead in the first half but Fulham replied with a headed goal from Saha in the opening moments of the second half.

Bazza Hayles followed up with a brilliant goal beating three players before putting Fulham 2-1 up. Rufus gave away a free kick and Wednesday took advantage and made it 2-2. Quinn was sent off for a series of bad fouls and Melville score his first goal of the season to put Fulham 3-2 up.

It seemed that we had a death wish because not content with being one goal up, playing ten men the same Melville gave away a free kick and Wednesday put that one away also. So it went 3-3 and that was the final score.

Fortunately Watford threw away a two goal advantage to draw 2-2 at Wolves and Birmingham drew 1-1 away at Portsmouth so the top three positions are unchanged.

COME ON YOU WHITES

Friday 27/10/00 - Nationwide Division One
Home Away Score
KO
1-2
FT SKY 2
Saturday 28/10/00 - Nationwide Division One
Home Away Score
KO
3-3
FT
OFF
0-1
FT
0-1
FT
1-1
FT
3-3
FT
1-2
FT
1-1
FT
0-0
FT
2-2
FT
Sunday 29/10/00 - Nationwide Division One
Home Away Score
KO
2-0
FT SKY 2
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Friday Oct 27

Preston (0) 1 Barnsley (1) 2
Barnsley recorded their first league away win of the season but had to survive a late charge from high-flying Preston, who beat then league leaders Fulham on Tuesday with a 1-0 win. A brave first-half strike from Bruce Dyer and a clinical finish from substitute Mike Sheron eight minutes after the interval were enough to give the visitors maximum points for the first time in six matches despite a splendid individual effort from Jonathan Macken five minutes from the end.

Preston: Lucas, Alexander, Edwards, Murdock (Jackson 26), Gregan, Cartwright (Anderson 45), McKenna, Appleton, Rankine, Meijer, Macken, Anderson (Gunnlaugsson 68).
Subs Not Used: Moilanen, Robinson.
Goals: Macken 86.

Barnsley: Miller, Regan, Barnard (Corbo 56), Ward, Chettle, Appleby, Van Der Laan, Barker, Shipperley (Sheron 45), Dyer (O'Callaghan 63), Morgan.
Subs Not Used: McClare, Neil.
Booked: Appleby.
Goals: Dyer 33, Sheron 53.

Att: 13,566 Ref: S Baines (Chesterfield).

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Saturday Oct 28

Bolton (1) 3 Crystal Palace (1) 3

Bolton were rocked by Crystal Palace who clawed their way back from a two-goal deficit to draw 3-3 at the Reebok. Gudni Bergsson, Michael Ricketts and Per Frandsen scored for the Trotters but Dougie Freedman banged in two and transfer-listed Clinton Morrison grabbed a point in the last minute.

Bolton: Jaaskelainen, Bergsson, Fish, Elliott, Frandsen, Hansen, Gardner, Nolan (Ricketts 56), Barness (Rankin 79), Charlton (Farrelly 42), Marshall.

Subs Not Used: Banks, Passi.

Booked: Farrelly.

Goals: Bergsson 20, Ricketts 75, Frandsen 77.

Crystal Palace: Kolinko, Austin, Mullins, Rodger, Freedman, C. Morrison, Black, Rubins (Gray 76), Pollock, Staunton, A. Morrison (Forssell 81).

Subs Not Used: Smith, Carlisle, Gregg.

Goals: Freedman 41, 87, C. Morrison 90.

Att: 12,879 Ref: P Danson (Leicester).

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Saturday Oct 28

Burnley v Norwich

Game postponed due to a waterlogged pitch


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Saturday Oct 28

Gillingham (0) 0 Crewe (0) 1

Gillingham suffered a 1-0 defeat at home by lowly Crewe, Colin Little the hero for the Railwaymen, while Huddersfield remain rooted to the bottom after a 1-0 home defeat by Blackburn, Egil Ostenstad notching the winner which left the Terriers 15 games without a win.

Gillingham: Bartram, Patterson (Thomson 64), Smith, Ashby, Hessenthaler, Gooden, Saunders, Pennock (Southall 80), Hope, Onuora (King 79), Shaw.

Subs Not Used: Browning, Lewis.

Crewe: Kearton, Maybury, Macauley, Sodje, S. Smith, Wright, Lunt, Sorvel, Street, Tait (Ashton 83), Little.

Subs Not Used: Bankole, Trainer, Howell, Walker.

Booked: Lunt. Goals: Little 52.

Att: 8,347 Ref: P Walton (Northants)

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Saturday Oct 28

Huddersfield (0) 0 Blackburn (0) 1

Huddersfield: Vaesen, Jenkins, Gray (Hay 82), Lucketti, Armstrong, Kozluk, Irons, Sellars (Senior 67), Thornley, Gorre (Smith 77), Baldry.

Subs Not Used: Heary, Margetson.

Booked: Baldry, Lucketti.

Blackburn: Filan, Curtis, Berg, Short, Kenna, Johnson, Dunn, Flitcroft, Hignett (McAteer 61), M. Hughes, Ostenstad.

Subs Not Used: M. Taylor, Kelly, Carsley, Dailly.

Booked: Berg, M. Hughes, McAteer. Goals: Ostenstad 73.

Att: 12,287 Ref: D Pugh (Bebington)

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Saturday Oct 28

Portsmouth (1) 1 Birmingham (0) 1

Third-placed Birmingham trailed to a Lee Bradbury goal at Portsmouth but Steve Claridge's side had to make do with a draw when Nicky Eaden made it 1-1 after 48 minutes.

Portsmouth: Hoult, Primus (Miglioranzi 65), Edinburgh (Waterman 71), Derry, Moore, Claridge, Bradbury, Hughes, Thogersen, Hiley, Panopoulos.

Subs Not Used: Flahavan, Nightingale, J. McNab.

Booked: Derry, Hughes, Edinburgh. Goals: Bradbury 41.

Birmingham: Bennett, Eaden, Grainger, Purse, Holdsworth, Cipriano (Burchill 45), O'Connor, Gill (Adebola 47), M. Johnson, A. Johnson (Hughes 61), Sonner.

Subs Not Used: Lazaridis, Poole.

Booked: Eaden. Goals: Eaden 48.

Att: 15,218 Ref: M Halsey (Welwyn Garden City).

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Saturday Oct 28

Sheff Wed (1) 3 Fulham (0) 3

Fulham remain second in the table, behind Watford, after a 3-3 thriller at Hillsborough.Fulham were twice in front and playing 10 men for the last 26 minutes after Sheffield Wednesday had Alan Quinn was sent off. Gerald Sibon put the Owls in front but Louis Saha netted his 13th of the season and Barry Hayles put the Cottagers in front. Owen Morrison equalised, Andy Melville put Fulham on top again only for Ashley Westwood to make it 3-3 in the dying seconds.

Sheff Wed: Pressman, Haslam, Harkness, Walker, Quinn, Sibon (Lescott 68), Hendon, Westwood, Ekoku, Cooke,Morrison (Hamshaw 87).

Subs Not Used: Stringer, Humphreys, Crane.

Sent Off: Quinn (64). Booked: Westwood, Sibon, Quinn.

Goals: Sibon 41, Morrison 72, Westwood 90.

Fulham: Taylor, Finnan, Brevett (Trollope 76), Melville, Coleman, Clark, J. Collins, Hayles (Boa Morte 77), Saha, Davis, Fernandes (Goldbaek 77).

Subs Not Used: Hahnemann, Symons.

Booked: Coleman, Finnan, Hayles.

Goals: Saha 47, Hayles 55, Melville 82.

Att: 17,559 Ref: G Laws (Whitley Bay).

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Saturday Oct 28

Stockport (0) 1 Nottm Forest (0) 2

Stockport have only one win in eight games after Jack Lester scored twice for Nottingham Forest in the 2-1 win at Edgeley Park, a Christian Edwards own goal having handed County the lead.

Stockport: Nash, Nicholson, Flynn, Cooper, Moore, Gibb, J. Wiss, Wilbraham, Smith, Tod, Bergersen (Woodthorpe 81).

Subs Not Used: Maxwell, Jones, Bryngelsson, Lawson.

Booked: Moore. Goals: Edwards 48 og.

Nottm Forest: D. Beasant, Prutton, Edwards, Bart-Williams, Vaughan (Olsen 58), Rogers, Jones, Scimeca, Johnson, Lester,Blake (Harewood 58).

Subs Not Used: Roche, Louis-Jean, Williams.

Booked: Vaughan, Bart-Williams. Goals: Lester 75, 88.

Att: 6,021 Ref: M Warren (Walsall).

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Saturday Oct 28

Tranmere (0) 1 QPR (0) 1

Tranmere are without a win in eight games after a 1-1 draw at home to Queen's Park Rangers. Jason Koumas put Rovers ahead but Karl Connolly ended a run of four straight defeats with the equaliser.

Tranmere: Murphy, Yates, Roberts, Challinor, Hill, Flynn, Hamilton, Hinds, Koumas, S. Taylor, Barlow (Parkinson 76).

Subs Not Used: Achterberg, Gill, Morgan, Hazell.

Booked: S. Taylor. Goals: Koumas 58.

QPR: Harper, Perry (Koejoe 68), Carlisle, Rose, Broomes, Warren (Ready 55), Langley (Wardley 80), Peacock, Connolly,Crouch, Kiwomya.

Subs Not Used: Miklosko, Morrow.

Booked: Ready, Crouch, Broomes, Carlisle. Goals: Connolly 83.

Att: 7,263 Ref: G Frankland (Middlesbrough).

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Saturday Oct 28

Wimbledon (0) 0 Sheff Utd (0) 0

Sheffield United will be more satisfied with a 0-0 draw than Wimbledon since they have never beaten the Dons at Selhurst Park.

Wimbledon: Davis, Kimble, Holloway, Williams, Gier, Andersen, Harley, Francis, Hartson (Agyemang 79), Hunt (Karlsson 72),Gayle.

Subs Not Used: Roberts, Blackwell, Heald.

Booked: Kimble, Gier, Agyemang.

Sheff Utd: Tracey, Quinn, Murphy, Curle, M. Brown, Uhlenbeek, Devlin (Newby 30), Ribeiro, Montgomery, Bent (D'Jaffo 81), Kelly, Newby (Santos 88).

Subs Not Used: Sandford, Blackwell.

Booked: Uhlenbeek.

Att: 7,327 Ref: A Bates (Stoke on Trent)

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Saturday Oct 28

Wolverhampton (0) 2 Watford (2) 2

Graham Taylor's Watford remain the only side unbeaten in the Football League after a 2-2 draw at Wolverhampton. The Hornets were 2-0 through Neil Cox and Tommy Mooney but a Kevin Muscat penalty sparked a Wolves revival and Tony Dinning levelled after 75 minutes.

Wolverhampton: Oakes, Muscat, Naylor, Pollet (Peacock 29), Lescott, Bazeley, Osborn, Dinning, Sinton (Robinson 46),Ketsbaia, Branch.

Subs Not Used: Stowell, Proudlock, Camara.

Goals: Muscat 47 pen, Dinning 75.

Watford: Chamberlain, Cox, Robinson (Gibbs 82), Page, Palmer, Ward, Nielsen, Hyde (Helguson 81), Wooter (Smith 69), Mooney,Noel-Williams.

Subs Not Used: Day, Foley.

Goals: Cox 33, Mooney 39.

Att: 20,296 Ref: W Burns (Scarborough)

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Sunday Oct 29


Grimsby (18) v West Brom (5)

Grimsby boss Lennie Lawrence has no fresh injury problems, but is without long-term absentees Alan Pouton and Richard Smith.

Former Rangers midfielder Neil Murray has joined the Mariners on loan, but is not yet match fit.

West Brom could be without skipper Derek McInnes after the influential midfielder limped off after twisting his knee during the midweek clash with Wimbledon.

Last season: West Brom 2 Grimsby 1, Grimsby 1 West Brom 1

Last five league matches: Grimsby L W W L W, West Brom W L W D W

Top scorers: Bradley Allen (Grimsby) 5; Lee Hughes, Jason Roberts (West Brom) 7

Ref: K Hill (Royston, Herts)

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