Cardiff City lost 1 - 0 to Middlesbrough. It's their second loss so far in the Sky Bet Championship. Tonight's defeat means the pressure is on boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for their next match against Derby on Saturday.
Wrexham have defeated Barnet 1-0 at the Hive Stadium this evening.
A goal from Rob Evans secured the win.
Newport County drew 0-0 with Tranmere. Their next match is against Shrewsbury on Saturday.
Cardiff City are still to score after an early goal from Middlesbrough in their fifth match of the Sky Bet Championship. The score at half time is 0-1.
Newport County are currently drawn at half time in their latest Sky Bet League 2 match against Tranmere. The team are trying to extend their run of four unbeaten games.
Scarlets Head coach Wayne Pivac is giving fullback Liam Williams until Thursday to prove his fitness for Saturday's Pro12 match against Treviso.
Welsh international Williams missed the 42-12 defeat against Leinster on the weekend after injuring his groin during his sides warm up in Dublin.
Although the Scarlets are confident he'll recover in time to be fit for the visit of the Italians.
Centre Regan King is set to miss a second consecutive game due to injury.
Pivac says he's keen for his Scarlets side to make amends after the heavy defeat to Leinster.
We let the fans down and we let ourselves down and we need to show we are a better side than that this weekend when we play Treviso.
We created scoring opportunities in Dublin, but we didn't make the most of them. Individual errors cost us and, if we have an error rate like that against the top teams, that's what happens.
Swansea City forward Marvin Emnes is set to give Swans boss Garry Monk a boost by returning to fitness in time for Saturdays Premier League clash with Southampton at the Liberty.
Emnes completed his first full 90 minutes for the U21 side in their 2-1 defeat to Cardiff City on Monday night.
The Dutchman, who signed a permanent deal at the Liberty in the summer, has not featured for the first team after injuring his knee in pre-season.
The former Middlesbrough star was an unused substitute during Swansea's 4-2 defeat at Chelsea on the weekend, but hopes to force his way into contention for the visit of Ronald Koeman's Saints.
Emnes told the clubs website:
It has been a long time. I was looking forward to playing games again and I now have that chance.
In pre-season I was playing well and having good training sessions, and I felt really sharp. To pick up an injury was very difficult but it's great to be back now.
When you get injured it is always disappointing, but the team is playing really well at the moment and I'm looking forward to getting back and helping my team-mates as soon as possible.
And it would be nice to be back against Southampton on Saturday
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Swansea City defender Jordi Amat has been ruled out for six weeks after suffering a strained lateral ligament during Saturdays 4-2 defeat to Chelsea.
The Spaniard sustained the injury during the first half at Stamford Bridge and was replaced at half-time by Federico Fernandez.
The 22 year-old, who has started all four of Swansea's Premier League matches this season, underwent a scan on Sunday with a consultant confirming he will be ruled out until the end of October.
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