Southampton's Mauricio Pochettino believes the way his squad responded to the departure of Dani Osvaldo shows they have a "great future"
Nigel Adkins' new side Reading FC played host to his former team Southampton FC at the Madejski Stadium. The Saints beat the Royals 2 - 0.
We take a look at all the football fixtures to look forward to this weekend.
Portsmouth's Ryan Taylor scored the goal in the match against Mansfield.
Final score Portsmouth 1 - Mansfield 1.
Meanwhile, Oxford United's Nicky Wroe secured victory for his team in a game against Wycombe.
Final score Wycombe 0 - Oxford Utd 1.
Reading's game against Bolton ended in a 7-1 win.
Adam Le Fondre scored three of the goals for the Royals. Other scorers were Pavel Pogrebnyak, Kaspars Gorkss, Hope Akpan, Nick Blackman.
David Ngog scored Bolton's only goal.
Bournemouth's game against Watford ended in a 1-1 draw.
The Cherries' goal was scored by Lewis Grabban.
Gillingham have won their game against Swindon this afternoon.
The two goals were scored by Leon Legge and Michael Harriman.
There's plenty of football action in the Meridian region today. Southampton's game against Sunderland ended in a 2-all draw.
Still playing, this aftteroon:
Bournemouth v Watford
Derby v Brighton
Reading v Bolton
Gillingham v Swindon
Crawley v Wolves
Portsmouth v Mansfield
Wycombe v Oxford
Gillingham's Leon Legge scores with a header in the 17th minute - following a free kick.
Reading FC are currently playing against Bolton. The score, at present - 1-0 to Reading.
Adam Le Fondre scored in the 11th minute.
Southampton's Dejan Lovren leaves the pitch on a stretcher during the Barclays Premier League match at the Stadium of Light, Sunderland, earlier today.
The final score - Sunderland 2 - 2 Southampton.
Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino believes officials have treated his side unfairly this season due to their young, friendly image.
Three of those players are teenagers from the club's famed academy - an admirable philosophy but one manager Pochettino feels is costing his side.
The former Argentina international was irked by referee Mark Clattenburg's failure to award his side two penalties at Goodison Park and believes those decisions are just the tip of the iceberg.
– Mauricio Pochettino, Southampton FC manager
I was angry about some of the refereeing decisions. There was not one, but actually two clear penalties not given to us. We have been suffering all season long. Many injustices have gone against us. It is easier to referee a Southampton side that are all young, friendly players. It is very easy to have decisions not go for us. It is a lot easier to have decisions to go against us. We just want Southampton to be refereed with the same rigour as all otherclubs are judged.We want the same treatment as all other clubs. Nothing better, nothing worse - just the same."
Blackpool 0 - 1 Brighton
Bournemouth 1 - 1 Ipswich
Bradford 1 - 1 Swindon
Crawley Town 1 - 0 Notts County
Everton 2 - 1 Southampton
Gillingham 2 - 2 Walsall
Middlesborough 3- 0 Reading
Oxford 0 - 2 Scunthorpe
Portsmouth 0 - 0 Northampton