Matches on Saturday September 23, 2000
|Regular Season||7||Middlesbrough||1–1||Aston Villa||Mark Halsey||Match Report|
|Regular Season||7||Bradford City||0–1||Southampton||Steve Dunn||Match Report|
|Regular Season||7||Tottenham||0–0||Manchester City||Stephen Bennett||Match Report|
|Regular Season||7||Derby County||1–1||Leeds United||Barry Knight||Match Report|
|Regular Season||7||Manchester Utd||3–3||Chelsea||Peter Jones||Match Report|
|Regular Season||7||Newcastle Utd||0–1||Charlton Ath||Andy D'Urso||Match Report|
|Regular Season||7||Coventry City||0–3||West Ham||Neale Barry||Match Report|
|Regular Season||7||Liverpool||1–1||Sunderland||Mike Riley||Match Report|
|Regular Season||7||Ipswich Town||1–1||Arsenal||Paul Durkin||Match Report|
|Regular Season||3||Las Palmas||1–1||Valladolid||Estadio Insular||Prados García||Match Report|
|Regular Season||3||Real Madrid||4–1||Athletic Club||Santiago Bernabéu||Carmona Méndez||Match Report|
|Regular Season||3||Zaragoza||2–2||Alavés||La Romareda||Ansuategui Roca||Match Report|
|Regular Season||3||Barcelona||3–1||Racing Sant||Nou Camp||Undiano Mallenco||Match Report|
|Regular Season||3||Real Sociedad||1–1||La Coruña||Anoeta||López Nieto||Match Report|
|Regular Season||6||Dortmund||0–4||Schalke 04||Markus Merk||Match Report|
|Regular Season||6||Werder Bremen||1–1||Eint Frankfurt||Peter Sippel||Match Report|
|Regular Season||6||Köln||1–2||Bayern Munich||Hellmut Krug||Match Report|
|Regular Season||6||Energie Cottbus||1–2||Leverkusen||Lutz Wagner||Match Report|
|Regular Season||6||Wolfsburg||4–4||Hamburger SV||Alfons Berg||Match Report|
|Regular Season||6||Stuttgart||1–1||Bochum||Wolfgang Stark||Match Report|
|Regular Season||9||Lyon||0–1||Guingamp||Stade Municipal de Gerland||Patrick Lhermite||Match Report|
|Regular Season||9||Auxerre||0–1||Marseille||Stade Abbé Deschamps||Stéphane Moulin||Match Report|
|Regular Season||9||Strasbourg||3–2||Saint-Étienne||Stade de la Meinau||Franck Glochon||Match Report|
|Regular Season||9||Metz||1–3||Monaco||Stade Saint||Bruno Ruffray||Match Report|
|Regular Season||9||Paris S-G||2–1||Nantes||Parc des Princes||Bruno Coué||Match Report|
|Regular Season||9||Rennes||0–2||Troyes||ROAZHON PARK||Thierry Auriac||Match Report|
|Regular Season||9||Sedan||3–3||Bastia||STADE EMILE ALBEAU||Philippe Kalt||Match Report|
|Regular Season||9||Bordeaux||2–1||Toulouse||Stade Chaban||Éric Poulat||Match Report|
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