Matches on Tuesday August 27, 2019
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|Play-off Round||21:00||Rosenborg no||1–1||hr Dinamo Zagreb||18,173||Lerkendal Stadion||Ovidiu Hațegan||Match Report||Leg 2 of 2; Dinamo Zagreb won|
|Play-off Round||21:00||Red Star rs||1–1||ch Young Boys||47,487||Stadion Rajko Mitić||Anthony Taylor||Match Report||Leg 2 of 2; Red Star won|
|Play-off Round||22:00||Krasnodar ru||1–2||gr Olympiacos||34,627||Krasnodar Stadium||Damir Skomina||Match Report||Leg 2 of 2; Olympiacos won|
|Second round||19:45||Rochdale||2–1||Carlisle United||1,974||Crown Oil Arena||Peter Wright||Match Report|
|Second round||19:45||Oxford United||(4) 2–2 (2)||Millwall||3,693||The Kassam Stadium||Craig Hicks||Match Report||Oxford United won on penalty kicks following extra time|
|Second round||19:45||Fulham||0–1||Southampton||8,467||Craven Cottage||Robert Jones||Match Report|
|Second round||19:45||Leeds United||(4) 2–2 (5)||Stoke City||30,002||Elland Road||Oliver Langford||Match Report||Stoke City won on penalty kicks following extra time|
|Second round||19:45||Southend United||1–4||MK Dons||2,433||Roots Hall Stadium||Neil Hair||Match Report|
|Second round||19:45||Burton Albion||4–0||Morecambe||1,500||Pirelli Stadium||Seb Stockbridge||Match Report|
|Second round||19:45||Cardiff City||0–3||Luton Town||4,111||Cardiff City Stadium||Tony Harrington||Match Report|
|Second round||19:45||Newport County||0–2||West Ham||6,382||Rodney Parade||Steve Martin||Match Report|
|Second round||19:45||Plymouth Argyle||2–4||Reading||8,365||Home Park||Kevin Johnson||Match Report|
|Second round||19:45||Sheffield Utd||2–1||Blackburn||9,714||Bramall Lane||Geoff Eltringham||Match Report|
|Second round||19:45||Nott'ham Forest||3–0||Derby County||26,971||The City Ground||John Brooks||Match Report|
|Second round||19:45||Crystal Palace||(4) 0–0 (5)||Colchester Utd||8,898||Selhurst Park||Andy Woolmer||Match Report||Colchester Utd won on penalty kicks following extra time|
|Second round||19:45||Watford||3–0||Coventry City||12,257||Vicarage Road Stadium||Gavin Ward||Match Report|
|Second round||19:45||Crewe Alexandra||1–6||Aston Villa||7,173||Alexandra Stadium||Jarred Gillett||Match Report|
|Second round||19:45||Crawley Town||1–0||Norwich City||5,109||Checkatrade.com Stadium||John Busby||Match Report|
|Second round||19:45||Bristol Rovers||1–2||Brighton||5,864||Memorial Stadium||Matt Donohue||Match Report|
|Second round||19:45||Preston||(5) 2–2 (4)||Hull City||6,093||Deepdale Stadium||David Webb||Match Report||Preston won on penalty kicks following extra time|
|Second round||18:45||Nancy||1–0||Ajaccio||5,071||Stade Marcel Picot||Arnaud Baert||Match Report|
|Second round||20:00||Bourg Péronnas||(6) 1–1 (5)||Béziers||809||Stade Marcel-Verchère||Bastien Dechepy||Match Report||Bourg Péronnas won on penalty kicks following extra time|
|Second round||20:00||Le Mans||(8) 2–2 (7)||Orléans||6,422||MMArena||Aurélien Petit||Match Report||Le Mans won on penalty kicks following extra time|
|Second round||20:00||Niort||(5) 0–0 (4)||Grenoble||2,372||Stade René Gaillard||Mehdi Mokhtari||Match Report||Niort won on penalty kicks following extra time|
|Second round||20:00||Gazélec Ajaccio||(5) 1–1 (6)||Paris FC||1,515||Stade Ange Casanova||Sylvain Palhies||Match Report||Paris FC won on penalty kicks following extra time|
|Second round||21:05||Lens||(5) 2–2 (4)||Clermont Foot||11,909||Stade Bollaert-Delelis||Benjamin Lepaysant||Match Report||Lens won on penalty kicks following extra time|
|Apertura 2019 Regular Season||7||19:00||Atlético||1–1||Morelia||17,447||Estadio Alfonso Lastras Ramírez||Marco Antonio Nava||Match Report|
|Apertura 2019 Regular Season||7||19:00||Atlas||1–1||UANL||20,732||Estadio Jalisco||Fernando Hernández||Match Report|
|Apertura 2019 Regular Season||7||19:00||Veracruz||0–5||Querétaro||7,322||Estadio Luis de la Fuente||Fernando Guerrero||Match Report|
|Apertura 2019 Regular Season||7||21:00||América||1–1||Pachuca||19,771||Estadio Azteca||Erick Yair Miranda||Match Report|
|Regular Season||19||16:30||CRB||0–3||Bragantino||5,560||Estádio Rei Pelé||Roger Goulart||Match Report|
|Regular Season||19||19:15||Coritiba||1–1||Vitória||20,670||Estádio Major Antônio Couto Pereira||Pablo Ramón Goncalves Pinheiro||Match Report|
|Regular Season||19||19:15||Botafogo (SP)||0–1||Paraná||3,950||Estádio Santa Cruz||Grazianni Maciel Rocha||Match Report|
|Regular Season||19||19:15||Brasil de Pelotas||1–0||Ponte Preta||3,525||Estádio Bento da Silva Freitas||Diego Pombo Lopez||Match Report|
|Regular Season||19||19:15||Vila Nova||0–0||Cuiabá||2,412||Estádio do Governo do Estado de Goiás||Lucas Canetto Bellote||Match Report|
|Regular Season||19||20:30||Operário||1–0||Figueirense||4,079||Estádio Germano Krüger||Rafael Martins Diniz||Match Report|
|Regular Season||19||20:30||Criciúma||3–1||Oeste||3,274||Estádio Heriberto Hülse||Jefferson Ferreira de Moraes||Match Report|
|Regular Season||19||21:30||Sport Recife||1–1||Atl Goianiense||13,375||Estádio Adelmar da Costa Carvalho||Leonardo Ferreira Lima||Match Report|
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