Freddie Woodman started again for Swansea City in their stunning 0-1 victory at Leeds United. This puts Swansea top of the Championship and it was former Magpie Wayne Routledge who scored the 90th minute winner.
This is a third clean sheet for Freddie Woodman as Swansea remain unbeaten this season.
— Swansea City AFC (@SwansOfficial) August 31, 2019
Elias Sorensen got his first start for Carlisle in their 0-1 win at Scunthorpe. However, Elias was pulled off at halftime for Ryan Loft who scored the winning goal.
Second half is under way, Loft on for Sorensen for us.
0?? – 0?? #cufc
— Carlisle United FC (@officialcufc) August 31, 2019
Jacob Murphy started from then bench in Sheffield Wednesday’s 1-2 loss against QPR at Hillsborough. He was brought on in the 76th minute but it was not enough for the Owls to get a result.
76 | CHANCE! Harris works his way inside but fires over the bar as Wednesday make a double change;
— Sheffield Wednesday (@swfc) August 31, 2019
Dan Barlaser started another match for Rotherham United though he only lasted until the half before being replaced. Rotherham drew 1-1 at home against Tranmere.
46 | One change for Rotherham at half-time…
ON: Jamie Lindsay
OFF: Dan Barlaser
— Rotherham United (@OfficialRUFC) August 31, 2019
Liam Gibson came in as a second half substitute for Grimsby Town in their 1-3 win at Walsall. Liam has struggled to get on the pitch for Grimsby after suffering an injury in pre-season.
79′ ? Second Town change
?? Liam Gibson
?? Moses Ogbu
— Grimsby Town F.C. (@officialgtfc) August 31, 2019
Kelland Watts made his fourth start in the league for Stevenage as they battled Macclesfield to a 2-2 draw at home.
? TEAM NEWS… Dino Maamria has named FOUR changes as Iontton, Guthrie, Kennedy and List all start. ? #WeAreStevenage
— Stevenage FC ?? (@StevenageFC) August 31, 2019
Nathan Harker was on the bench for Blyth Spartans in their 2-0 defeat at Leamington. Former Newcastle youngster Callum Roberts made his debut for Blyth.
This is how Blyth will lineup this afternoon
Debut for new man Callum Roberts
— Blyth Spartans (@Blyth_Spartans) August 31, 2019
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