Newport County have drawn 1-1 to Luton Town.
It was a slow start to the game with neither team putting any points on the board.
Coming in to the second half, Newport pushed harder toward the net.
But it was a stale mate in the final half, finishing one all.
GOAL COUNTY! Coulibaly converts Alex Rodman's cross from the right to bring the Exiles back level. (1-1)
61' Whipped cross from Scott Barrow narrowly misses both John-Lewis and Boden, who were both lurking to touch the ball towards goal. (0-0)
Cardiff City welcomed Bolton Wanderers to the Cardiff City Stadium this afternoon.
Kenneth Zohore equalised for the hosts in the second half, while Peter Whittingham scored an injury time penalty to make it a 2-1 win.
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A late Kenneth Zohore strike wasn't enough to salvage a draw for Cardiff as Russell Slade's side suffered away defeat at the hands of Brentford.
The game looked destined to end 0-0 before two quick goals from Brentford's Scott Hogan in the last 10 minutes ensured that The Bees took all three points.
The defeat is a blow to the Bluebirds' promotion ambitions, who stay 7th in the Championship table and 6 points off the play-offs places.
Elsewhere in the Football League Newport County ended a run of six successive defeats with a creditable 1-1 draw against promotion chasing Oxford.
Jordan Bowery opened the scoring for Oxford after 13 minutes, but Medy Elito's long-range effort just a minute later made sure the points were shared.
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