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Newport County had to settle for a draw against Grimsby Town this evening.
After a goalless first half, efforts from both sides after the break went unrewarded leaving the final score Newport County 0-0 Grimsby Town.
Cardiff come away from Derby with three points after trailing at half time.
Kadeem Harris added a second to his tally not long after the break, drawing the Bluebirds with the home side, before Craig Noone made it 3-2.
Darren Bent equalised for Derby and it looked as though Cardiff would have to settle for a point, but a foul on Rhys Healey gave the Bluebirds a chance at a penalty and Joe Ralls sealed the win.
Final score: Derby County 3-4 Cardiff City.
Newport County are hosting Grimsby Town at Rodney Parade in league two.
Despite chances for both sides, it's 0-0 at half time.
It's 2-1 at half time as Cardiff City face Derby away in the Championship.
Derby went 2-0 up within the first 20 minutes thanks to the efforts of Julien De Sart and Darren Bent. Bent came close to adding a second shortly after, but his shot was blocked in the box.
Kadeem Harris brought the Bluebird back to within a point, just before half time.
Swansea winger Nathan Dyer will miss the rest of the season after rupturing the Achilles tendon in his left ankle during yesterday's match against Leicester.
Dyer played the first seven minutes against the Premier League champions before limping off, and a scan on Monday confirmed the extent of the injury. The 29 year old, who earned a Premier League winner's medal with the Foxes last season, will now need surgery.
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The Football Association of Wales said it will appeal sanctions posed by FIFA after Armistice Day commemorations in 2016.
In a statement the FAW confirmed it had received written reasons from FIFA's Disciplinary Committee relating to sanctions imposed during Wales' World Cup Qualifier against Serbia on November 12, 2016.
The FAW faced a fine of 20,000 Swiss francs or £15,692 by the governing body for what it described as 'displaying political symbols' during the match, which include wreaths being laid and a poppy being created in the stands by fans.