Freddie Woodman made his seventh straight start at home against Nottingham Forest today. It was his first taste of defeat as Forest grabbed a late goal to win the game 0-1. Freddie narrowly missed claiming his fourth clean sheet of the season. Swansea remain top of the Championship but a Leeds win tomorrow at Barnsley will see them reclaim the top spot.
FT | It’s all over at the Liberty…
— Swansea City AFC (@SwansOfficial) September 14, 2019
Rolando Aarons did not feature for Wycombe Wanderers due to an injury suffered in last week’s match.
Rolando Aarons and Matt Bloomfield miss out due to injuries sustained in last Saturday’s win. #GILvWYC
— Wycombe Wanderers (@wwfcofficial) September 14, 2019
Dan Barlaser seems to have lost his place at Rotherham United. The midfielder was replaced at half-time two weeks ago and did not feature last weekend. Dan made a late substitute appearance today as Rotherham soundly defeated Bolton at home 6-1.
75 | Paul Warne makes his final change of the afternoon.
ON: Dan Barlaser.
OFF: Jamie Lindsay.
— Rotherham United (@OfficialRUFC) September 14, 2019
Elias Sorensen again did not make the first eleven as Kelland Watts and Stevenage hosted Carlisle in a big match for both clubs. Kelland Watts made his seventh straight start but Stevenage fell 2-3 to a late goal by Carlisle. Stevenage drop to the bottom of the table as Carlisle climb to the 16th position. Sorensen finished the game as an unused substitute.
? TEAM NEWS… Mark Sampson names four changes from last Saturday’s match in his first game as Caretaker Manager. ? #WeAreStevenage
— Stevenage FC ?? (@StevenageFC) September 14, 2019
Liam Gibson made his first league start for Grimsby Town as they traveled to face Oldham. Liam was replaced in the 65th minute in a tactical change down 1-0. Former Sunderland midfielder Jordan Cook was brought on to replace him as the Mariners fought for a leveler. However, three minutes after the change, Oldham bagged a second goal. But Grimsby fought back for a 2-2 draw with Cook getting one of the goals.
Your #GTFC XI: McKeown (c), Hendrie, Öhman, Waterfall, Gibson, Hessenthaler, Whitehouse, Hewitt, Hanson, Wright, Ogbu.
Subs: Russell, Cook, Clifton, Cardwell, Vernam, Robson, Pollock. pic.twitter.com/rI2J8cQoeM
— Grimsby Town F.C. (@officialgtfc) September 14, 2019
Nathan Harker is back in the Blyth Spartans side after being a substitute for the last four matches. Blyth traveled to Southport where they were defeated 2-0 . It was a Blyth debut for former Newcastle United youth player Jack Hunter. Former Magpie Callum Roberts also plays for Blyth.
— Blyth Spartans (@Blyth_Spartans) September 14, 2019
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