This is arguably England's toughest match in the World Cup qualifying Group Three. A win would leave them well clear at the head of the group.
Commentary on the whole match from Peter Jones and Bryon Butler with expert analysis from former England manager Ron Greenwood.
This introductory episode recalls the early years of the Fosdyke Family in their climb from the depths of Insanitary Cottages, Griddlesbury, to ownership of a vast Tripe Empire, despite the machinations of the evil Roger Ditchley.
A chance to re-live the first 13 starring episodes.
Adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN
Nearperfect-the best since 'Hitch
Hiker's'. (PUNCH) Producer ALAN NIXON
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