Matches on Monday October 21, 2019
|Regular Season||10||19:00||CC Córdoba||0–1||Estudiantes||Estadio Victor Antonio Aguirre||Darío Herrera||Match Report|
|Regular Season||10||21:20||Colón||2–1||Godoy Cruz||Estadio Brigadier General Estanislao Lóp...||Lucas Comesaña||Match Report|
|Regular Season||7||15:30||Nassaji||0–4||Tractor Sazi||Vatani Stadium||Mooud Bonyadifard||Match Report|
|Regular Season||7||16:30||Gol Gohar||0–2||Sepahan||Imam Ali Stadium||Javad Rahimzadeh||Match Report|
|Regular Season||7||16:45||Saipa||0–4||Esteghlal||Shahid Dastgerdi Stadium||Ashkan Khorshidi||Match Report|
|Regular Season||7||16:50||Zob Ahan||0–1||Padideh||Folād Shahr Stadium||Vahid Kazemi||Match Report|
|Regular Season||7||17:00||Naft||1–0||Shahin Bushehr FC||Behnam Mohammadi Stadium||Hossein Zamani||Match Report|
|Regular Season||10||20:00||NAC Breda||1–2||De Graafschap||17,312||Rat Verlegh Stadion||Joey Kooij||Match Report|
|Regular Season||10||20:00||Jong AZ||0–2||NEC Nijmegen||450||AFAS Trainingscomplex||Sam Dröge||Match Report|
|Regular Season||10||20:00||Jong PSV||2–1||FC Eindhoven||803||Sportcomplex De Herdgang||Richard Martens||Match Report|
|Regular Season||10||20:00||Jong Ajax||4–0||Jong Utrecht||840||Sportpark De Toekomst||Clay Ruperti||Match Report|
|Regular Season||8||19:00||Swansea City||1–4||Manchester Utd||Swansea City FC Youth Academy Training C...||Gary Parsons||Match Report|
|Regular Season||8||19:00||Aston Villa||1–0||Fulham||Villa Park||Karl Evans||Match Report|
|Regular Season||8||19:00||Sunderland||0–2||Newcastle Utd||Eppleton Colliery Football Ground||James Bell||Match Report|
|Regular Season||8||19:00||Stoke City||0–4||West Ham||Harrison Park||Elliot Swallow||Match Report|
|Regular Season||25||18:30||U Concepción||0–0||La Calera||Estadio Municipal Alcaldesa Ester Roa Re...||Match Report||Match Cancelled|
|Regular Season||25||21:00||Univ Chile||0–0||CD Everton||Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos||Match Report||Match Cancelled|
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