Tuesday, 30 September 2014
Irish Premier DivisionShamrock Rovers-UCD3 - 0
Scottish Premier LeagueAberdeen-St. Mirren2 - 2
Slovak LeagueB. Bystrica-Trencin1 - 3


Monday, 29 September 2014
English Premier LeagueStoke-Newcastle1 - 0
Italian LeaguePalermo -Lazio0 - 4
Portuguese LeagueP. Ferreira-Belenenses2 - 0
Northern Irish PremiershipCrusaders-Linfield2 - 2
Romanian LeagueCFR Cluj-Univ. Cluj1 - 0
Turkish LeagueGaziantepspor-Istanbul BB 0 - 0
Danish LeagueNordsjaelland-Odense2 - 1
Serbian LeagueNovi Pazar-Jagodina3 - 0
Swedish LeagueGothenburg-Djurgardens2 - 1
Bulgarian LeagueLitex L.-Marek 3 - 0
Greek LeagueA.E.L Kallonis-Panthrakikos2 - 0
Croatian LeagueRNK Split-Zadar3 - 0
Cypriot LeagueA.E.K-Ermis0 - 0
Polish LeagueJagiellonia-Podbeskidzie4 - 2
Russian LeagueRubin-Torpedo 2 - 1
Slovenian LeagueND Gorica -Krka 2 - 1


Sunday, 28 September 2014
French LeagueMarseille-S. Etienne2 - 1
Spanish LeagueCordoba -Espanol0 - 0
Italian LeagueGenoa-Sampdoria0 - 1
Belgian LeagueOostende-Club Brugge2 - 2
Romanian LeagueSteaua B.-CSM Ploiesti0 - 0
Norwegian LeagueRosenborg-Aalesund3 - 0
Greek LeagueP.A.O.K-OFI Crete4 - 0
Croatian LeagueIstra 1961-Hajduk S.0 - 2
Cypriot LeagueDoxa-Nea Salamis1 - 1
Danish LeagueEsbjerg-Brondby2 - 2
Portuguese LeagueV. Setubal-Nacional2 - 0
Russian LeagueTerek Grozni-FC Rostov2 - 1
Slovak LeagueZilina-MFK Ruzomberok5 - 1
Bulgarian LeagueBeroe-CSKA Sofia1 - 2
Hungarian LeagueFerencvarosi TC-Szombathelyi H.0 - 0
Polish LeagueCracovia Krakow-Wisla Krakow1 - 0
Turkish LeagueAkhisar-Fenerbahce2 - 0
Swedish LeagueElfsborg-AIK Stockholm1 - 1
German LeagueHamburg-Eintracht Frankfurt1 - 2
Czech LeagueSlovan L.-Mlada B.0 - 0
English Premier LeagueWest Brom-Burnley 4 - 0
Dutch LeagueHeerenveen-PSV1 - 0
Austrian LeagueRapid Wien-Salzburg1 - 2
Icelandic LeagueVikingur-KR Reykjavik0 - 1
Swiss LeagueLuzern-St. Gallen1 - 2
Slovenian LeagueNK Zavrc -Rudar 1 - 0
Finnish LeagueRoPS-MyPa0 - 0
Welsh LeagueThe New Saints-Newtown FC1 - 1


Saturday, 27 September 2014
Spanish LeagueA. Bilbao-Eibar 0 - 0
Portuguese LeagueSp. Braga-Rio Ave3 - 0
Italian LeagueAtalanta-Juventus0 - 3
Polish LeagueLegia Warsaw-Lech Poznan2 - 2
Hungarian LeagueLombard Papa-Ujpest0 - 0
Belgian LeagueRC Genk-Charleroi1 - 1
French LeagueMontpellier-Guingamp2 - 1
Romanian LeagueRapid B.-Dinamo B.0 - 3
Swiss LeagueBasel-FC Thun1 - 1
Dutch LeagueGo Ahead Eagles-Feyenoord0 - 4
Greek LeagueAtromitos-Olympiakos1 - 0
Croatian LeagueRijeka-NK Zagreb3 - 0
Cypriot LeagueApollon-Othellos Athienou 4 - 0
Slovak LeagueD. Streda-Trencin3 - 2
Turkish LeagueBesiktas-Eskisehirspor1 - 1
German LeagueWolfsburg-W. Bremen2 - 1
English Premier LeagueArsenal-Tottenham1 - 1
Bulgarian LeagueLevski S.-Ludogorets R.3 - 2
Austrian LeagueWiener Neustadt-SV Ried0 - 1
Czech LeagueSlavia P.-Sparta P.0 - 2
Norwegian LeagueStromsgodset-Viking2 - 1
Estonian LeagueTrans Narva-Sillamae Kalev0 - 1
Slovenian LeagueO. Ljubljana -Koper 4 - 0
Danish LeagueSilkeborg -Hobro IK 2 - 2
Russian LeagueZenit-S. Moscow0 - 0
Northern Irish PremiershipPortadown-Warrenpoint2 - 2
Scottish Premier LeagueRoss County-Dundee FC 2 - 1
Welsh LeagueAirbus UK-Cefn Druids 2 - 3
Swedish LeagueMalmo FF-Mjallby AIF4 - 1



























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