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Wrexham have won a league match for the first time since Boxing Day, beating Conference leaders Barnet 1-0 at the Racecourse.
Midfielder Robbie Evans got the only goal of the game midway through the first half, as John Akinde was sent off for the visitors.
Newport County have secured their first victory in six games this afternoon, winning 2-1 away at Wycombe Wanderers in League Two.
Midfielder Yan Klukowski scored a goal in each half for the Welsh side, to earn a first win for caretaker manager Jimmy Dack, after Justin Edinburgh's departure.
Newport County lead 1-0 at half-time against Wycombe Wanderers in League Two, thanks to a goal from midfielder Yan Klukowski in the 20th minute.
Wrexham are 1-0 ahead at half-time against Conference leaders Barnet.
Midfielder Robbie Evans got the goal after 24 minutes at the Racecourse.
Newport County will be looking for their first win in six games, away at Wycombe Wanderers in League Two this afternoon.
It will be caretaker manager Jimmy Dack's third game in charge, after Justin Edinburgh's departure.
Newport lost 2-0 at AFC Wimbledon last Saturday, before a 1-1 draw against Tranmere Rovers at Rodney Parade on Tuesday.
The Welsh side are still in sixth, and in the League Two play-off places, but Wycombe are three spots above them going into the game at Adams Park.
Wrexham have not won in the league since Boxing Day - and face another tough task against Conference leaders Barnet at the Racecourse this afternoon.
The Welsh side sit 17th in the division, but progressed to the FA Trophy semi-final with a 1-0 win at Halifax on Tuesday night.
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Swansea City manager Garry Monk admits he was frustrated that his side didn't pick up all three points against Sunderland.
The Swans went a goal down to the visitors to the Liberty Stadium thanks to a first half Jermain Defoe strike.
But despite Ki Sung-yueng's equaliser after the break, Monk thought his side deserved more than a point.
We got a good equaliser from Ki and we tried to push to get the second but it just wasn't meant to be today and sometimes that happens. We had enough chances to score at least two or three goals today but it didn't want to go in the back of the net unfortunately.