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EFL Cup 2015/2016 results, Football England - FlashScore

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Football League Cup Results 2016-17 - My Football Facts

Football League (EFL) Cup Fourth Round: Arsenal: 2-0: Reading: 59,865: Bristol City: 1-2: Hull City: 16,149: Leeds United (pens 3-2) 2-2: Norwich City: 22,222: Liverpool: 2-1: Tottenham Hotspur: 53,051: Newcastle United: 6-0: Preston North End: 49,042: Manchester United: 1-0: Manchester City: 75,196: Southampton: 1-0: Sunderland: 21,460: West Ham United: 2-1: Chelsea: 45,957

EFL Cup 2016: Results, Final Scores for Tuesday's 3rd-Round ...

EFL Cup 2016: 3rd-Round Results: Home: Score: Away: Bournemouth: 2-3: Preston North End: Brighton & Hove Albion: 1-2: Reading: Derby County: 0-3: Liverpool: Everton: 0-2: Norwich City: Leeds ...

English Premier League Results | Season 2016 - 2017

Saturday 31st December 2016 Burnley 4-1 Sunderland Chelsea 4-2 Stoke Leicester 1-0 West Ham Man Utd 2-1 Middlesbrough Southampton 1-2 West Brom Swansea 0-3 Bournemouth Liverpool 1-0 Manchester City. Friday 30th December 2016 Hull City 2-2 Everton. Tuesday 27th December 2016 Liverpool 4-1 Stoke City. Monday 26th December 2016 Watford 1-1 Crystal Palace

EFL Cup 2016: Results, Final Scores for Wednesday's 3rd-Round ...

Wednesday's EFL Results: Home: Score: Away: Fulham: 1-2: Bristol City: Northampton Town: 1-3: Manchester United: Queens Park Rangers: 1-2: Sunderland: Southampton: 2-0: Crystal Palace: Swansea ...

2016–17 EFL Championship - Wikipedia

The 2016–17 EFL Championship was the first season of the EFL Championship under its current name, and the twenty-fifth season under its current league structure. Newcastle United were crowned the champions and were promoted to Premier League after just one season in the Championship. Brighton & Hove Albion, alongside Huddersfield Town, both achieved their first ever Premier League promotions, via the second automatic promotion place and play-off route respectively. The season started on 5 ...

EFL Official Website - Championship Results

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2016–17 EFL League Two - Wikipedia

EFL League Two; Season: 2016–17: Champions: Portsmouth: Promoted: Portsmouth Plymouth Argyle Doncaster Rovers Blackpool: Relegated: Hartlepool United Leyton Orient: Matches played: 557: Goals scored: 1,490 (2.68 per match) Top goalscorer: John Akinde John Marquis (26 goals each) Biggest home win: Stevenage 6–1 Hartlepool Yeovil 5–0 Crawley Crewe 5–0 Grimsby

Tottenham Hotspur » Fixtures & Results 2015/2016

02/04/2016: 17:30: A: Liverpool FC: 1:1 (0:0) Round: 10/04/2016: 16:30: H: Manchester United: 3:0 (0:0) Round: 18/04/2016: 20:00: A: Stoke City: 4:0 (1:0) Round: 25/04/2016: 20:00: H: West Bromwich Albion: 1:1 (1:0) Round: 02/05/2016: 20:00: A: Chelsea FC: 2:2 (2:0) Round: 08/05/2016: 13:30: H: Southampton FC: 1:2 (1:1) Round: 15/05/2016: 15:00: A: Newcastle United: 1:5 (0:2) FA Cup 2015/2016: Round date place Opponent