Matches on Friday April 23, 2021
|Regular Season||21||20:40||Gol Gohar||1–0||Sanat Naft||Imam Ali Stadium||Vahid Kazemi||Match Report|
|Regular Season||21||21:00||Tractor Sazi||Machine Sazi||Match Postponed|
|Regular Season||21||21:00||Esteghlal||Padideh||Match Postponed|
|Regular Season||21||21:00||Zob Ahan||Persepolis||Match Postponed|
|Regular Season||21||21:00||Saipa||Foolad||Match Postponed|
|Guardianes 2021 Regular Season||16||19:30||Puebla||0–0||UNAM||Estadio Cuauhtémoc||Oscar Mejia||Match Report|
|Guardianes 2021 Regular Season||16||19:06||Tijuana||1–0||Necaxa||Estadio Caliente||Erick Yair Miranda||Match Report|
|Guardianes 2021 Regular Season||16||20:35||Mazatlán||4–3||León||Estadio de Mazatlán||César Arturo Ramos||Match Report|
|Group Stage||5||13:15||Cantolao||0–1||UTC||Estadio Alejandro Villanueva||Luis Ciriaco Liñan||Match Report|
|Group Stage||5||15:30||Dep Municipal||2–1||Binacional||Estadio Miguel Grau del Callao||Jesús Cartagena||Match Report|
|Group Stage||5||18:00||Ayacucho||1–1||Cienciano||Estadio Alejandro Villanueva||Jonathan Zamora||Match Report|
|Regular Season||35||18:45||NAC Breda||1–2||Excelsior||Rat Verlegh Stadion||Alex Bos||Match Report|
|Regular Season||35||18:45||Helmond Sport||1–0||FC Eindhoven||SolarUnie Stadion||Marc Nagtegaal||Match Report|
|Regular Season||35||21:00||De Graafschap||2–2||Almere City||Stadion De Vijverberg||Martin van den Kerkhof||Match Report|
|Regular Season||35||21:00||Jong AZ||2–4||Cambuur||AFAS Trainingscomplex||Richard Martens||Match Report|
|Regular Season||35||21:00||Den Bosch||7–0||Roda JC||Timmermans Infra De Vliert||Clay Ruperti||Match Report|
|Regular Season||35||21:00||Jong Ajax||0–1||NEC Nijmegen||Sportpark De Toekomst||Martijn Vos||Match Report|
|Regular Season||35||21:00||Dordrecht||0–1||MVV Maastricht||Riwal Hoogwerkers Stadion||Laurens Gerrets||Match Report|
|Regular Season||35||21:00||Jong Utrecht||0–1||Go Ahead Eag||Sportcomplex Zoudenbalch||Martin Perez||Match Report|
|Regular Season||25||12:00||Tottenham||4–1||Liverpool||Hotspur Way Training Centre||Elliot Swallow||Match Report|
|Regular Season||25||16:00||West Ham||0–1||Manchester City||Rush Green Stadium||Adrian Quelch||Match Report|
|Regular Season||25||19:00||Blackburn||0–2||Derby County||The County Ground||Andrew Miller||Match Report|
|Regular Season||25||19:00||Manchester Utd||4–2||Chelsea||Leigh Sports Village Stadium||Aaron Jackson||Match Report|
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