Pattaya United v Suphanburi FC 1-0 (0-0)
Kyle Nix remained on the bench.
SV Rot Weiss Hadamar v Eintracht Frankfurt II 1-7 (0-5)
Daniel Mitwali came on after half-time and provided the assist to Hadamar’s only goal while Dario Al Saad was not in the squad as his ITC is still missing. Frankfurt proved to be a lot further in preparation and for Hadamar it was the first match since the beginning of December 2012.
Premier League (24th Matchday of 38)
Arsenal FC v Liverpool FC 2-2 (0-1)
Brad Jones remained on the bench. Liverpool stays in 7th place.
Fulham FC v West Ham United 3-1 (1-0)
Mark Schwarzer played a full match. Fulham moved up to 12th position.
Reading FC v Chelsea FC 1-2 (0-1)
Adam Federici played a full match. Reading came back from trailing 0-2 after 66 minutes. The first goal came in the 87th minute and the equalizer in stoppage time. Reading left the relegation ranks for the first time since Matchday 12 and went up to 17th place.
Championship (29th Matchday of 46)
Huddersfield Town v Crystal Palace 1-0 (0-0)
Mile Jedinak played a full match. Crystal Palace moved down to 5th position.
U21 Premier League (2nd Matchday of 14)
Newcastle United U21 v Reading FC U21 0-3 (0-3)
Ryan Edwards played until the 65th minute. Reading went up to 3rd place.
3. Liga (Rearranged Match – 22nd Matchday of 38)
Borussia Dortmund II v Alemannia Aachen 0-0 (0-0)
Mustafa Amini played until the 79th minute. Dortmund stays in 19th position.
PEC Zwolle v Heracles Almelo 3-2 (2-1)
Jason Davidson played until the 63rd minute.
Kypello Kyprou (Round of 16 – 2nd Leg)
Olympiakos Nicosia v AEK Larnaka 3-3 (3-2)
Robert Stambolziev was missing due to an injury (strained calf muscle). Olympiakos took the lead three times, but the draw was not enough to advance to the next round after the 0-1 loss in the first leg.
Premier League (25th Matchday of 33)
Hearts FC v Dundee FC 1-0 (0-0)
Dylan McGowan remained on the bench for Hearts FC while Alex Baird also remained on the bench for Dundee. Hearts stay in 9thplace while Dundee remains in 12th position.
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