Only Four Of Six Loan Lads Get On The Pitch This Evening

It was unlucky number thirteen for Goalkeeper Freddie Woodman. He had a miserable time at home in his 13th straight start for Swansea as he had to pick the ball out of the back of his net three times. Swansea lost to Brentford 0-3 at home and have fallen outside of the play-off places to 7th in the Championship.

Rolando Aarons only managed a 20-minute runout following his first start of the season for Wycombe Wanderers. Aarons started in Wycombe’s big win against Sunderland on Saturday. However, he started from the bench at Blackpool this evening. Aarons came on in the 70th minute in Wycombe’s 1-1 draw.

Kelland Watts continued his rotation of positions as caretaker manager Mark Simpson tries everything he can to get Stevenage out of the League 2 cellar. Tonight he gave Kelland a go at left midfield in a 5-3-2 after he had spent the last few games in the middle. He has also played right-back this season as well as in his natural center-back position. It was his fifth straight start for Stevenage as they lose through a stoppage time goal 1-0 at Swindon Town.

Liam Gibson started at left-back for the second straight game though this time in a back five for Grimsby Town. After losing 0-4 at home to Leyton Orient on Saturday, the Mariners were able to get a 0-0 draw at Cambridge United.

Elias Sorensen again did not get in the game for Carlisle United despite them substituting both starting strikers. Elias played 30 minutes this weekend in a cameo after not featuring in the three previous league games. Though the pressure is ratcheting up for Carlisle manager Steven Pressley who has lost another game at home. This time it was 0-2 to Northampton. That’s four losses in a row in League 2 for Carlisle as they drop to 21st in the table.

Jacob Murphy was mysteriously not in Sheffield Wednesday squad as they defeated Stoke City 1-0 at home. The Owls climb into the 4th spot in the standing. We are not sure why Jacob was not involved in the matchday squad this evening.

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