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Tamworth have been knocked out of the FA Cup, following a 2-1 defeat at home to League One side Bristol City.
Sam Baldock scored in the 83rd minute, to add to Jay Emmanuel-Thomas' first half opener for Bristol City, to make it 2-0, and out of sight for Conference side Tamworth.
The home side did manage to score a late goal through Andy Todd, but it was not enough to put them into the Third Round draw, which takes place shortly.
Aston Villa have lost for the first time in six matches, after they were beaten 2-0 by Fulham at Craven Cottage.
A first half goal from former Villa man, Steve Sidwell, and a penalty by Dimitar Berbatov sent the hosts to victory.
Aston Villa stay tenth in the Premier League table after the defeat.
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At half time in the FA Cup second round match at Tamworth, the Conference side trail 1-0 against League One team Bristol City.
Jay Emmanuel-Thomas scored the goal after 36 minutes to put Bristol ahead.
At half time in the match at Craven Cottage, Aston Villa trail 2-0 to Fulham.
Former Villa midfielder, Steve Sidwell, and Dimitar Berbatov have scored the goals that give Fulham the lead.
- Notts County 1-0 Gillingham
- Morecambe 0-0 Cheltenham Town
- Chesterfield 1-2 Southend United
- Fleetwood Town 0-0 Burton Albion
- Grimsby Town 0-0 Northampton Town
- Hartlepool United 0-1 Coventry City
- Kidderminster 3-0 Newport County
- Oldham Athletic 1-1 Mansfield Town
- Peterborough United 2-0 Tranmere
- Stevenage Borough 1-0 Stourbridge
- Stoke City 1-1 Chelsea
- West Bromwich Albion 0-1 Norwich City
- Birmingham City 0-1 Middlesbrough
- Brighton 2-0 Leicester City
- Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Nottingham Forest
Derby County have won their first game at the newly named iPro Stadium, beating Blackpool 5-1.
Derby did not get off the the ideal start though, with Blackpool taking the lead after 3 minutes, thanks to a header by Isaiah Osborne.
But the home side came back strongly, dominating possession throughout the fist half, but with no real end product.
The Rams got back into the game just after half time through a contentious penalty by Chris Martin. The Derby striker seemed to go down easily under challenge, but picked himself up to convert from the spot.
Six minutes later, Martin put Derby in front after poor defending allowed him to slot into the net. And it was soon more trouble for Blackpool, as Craig Bryson deflected an Andre Wisdom cross into the corner to make it 3-1.
The day only got worse for the travelling away fans, when Neal Bishop brought down on-loan Simon Dawkins in the box, to give Derby another penalty. The defender was also sent off for the challenge which was adjudged to have stopped a goalscoring opportunity.
Chris Martin cooly rolled in the spot-kick to make it 4-1, and claim his first league hat-trick.
But the goals and red cards were not finished yet, as substitute Angel Martinez was sent off after collecting two yellow cards.
That was before Richard Keogh prodded in from a corner to send Steve McClaren's men to their fifth straight win, and ensure they stay in the top six at the end of the weekend's fixtures.