Sunday, 27 May 2001

  • 15:00 Reading 2-3 Walsall

Wednesday, 16 May 2001

  • 19:45 Walsall 4-2 Stoke

  • 19:45 Reading 2-1 Wigan

Sunday, 13 May 2001

  • 15:00 Wigan 0-0 Reading

  • 15:00 Stoke 0-0 Walsall

Saturday, 05 May 2001

  • 15:00 Wycombe 1-1 Colchester

  • 15:00 Swansea 1-1 Cambridge Utd

  • 15:00 Reading 3-3 Bournemth

  • 15:00 Notts Co 2-1 Oxford Utd

  • 15:00 Millwall 5-0 Oldham

  • 15:00 Bristol R 4-0 Wrexham

  • 15:00 Wigan 0-0 Bristol C

  • 15:00 Stoke 4-1 Swindon

  • 15:00 Peterboro 1-1 Rotherham

  • 15:00 Northamptn 0-3 Walsall

  • 15:00 Luton Town 1-1 Port Vale

  • 15:00 Brentford 3-1 Bury

Thursday, 03 May 2001

  • 19:45 Port Vale 0-2 Walsall

  • 19:45 Brentford 2-2 Luton Town

  • 19:45 Notts Co 2-2 Colchester

Wednesday, 02 May 2001

  • 19:45 Bristol R 1-2 Wycombe

Tuesday, 01 May 2001

  • 19:45 Swansea 6-0 Brentford

  • 19:45 Cambridge Utd 2-1 Colchester

  • 19:45 Oxford Utd 1-1 Port Vale

Monday, 30 April 2001

  • 19:45 Bristol R 0-3 Port Vale

Saturday, 28 April 2001

  • 15:00 Wrexham 1-1 Millwall

  • 15:00 Swindon 2-1 Peterboro

  • 15:00 Port Vale 2-3 Notts Co

  • 15:00 Oldham 1-2 Stoke

  • 15:00 Cambridge Utd 1-2 Wigan

  • 15:00 Bristol C 3-1 Luton Town

  • 15:00 Walsall 2-1 Bristol R

  • 15:00 Rotherham 2-1 Brentford

  • 15:00 Oxford Utd 3-1 Swansea

  • 15:00 Colchester 2-1 Reading

  • 15:00 Bury 1-1 Wycombe

  • 15:00 Bournemth 2-0 Northamptn

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