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Cardiff 2-1 Nottingham Forest (FT)

Credit: Nick Potts/PA

Russell Slade chalked up his first victory as Cardiff manager with a 2-1 win at home against Nottingham Forest. First half goals from Federico Macheda and Peter Whittingham put the Bluebirds ahead at half-time and it was only late in the second half that Britt Assombalonga managed to pull one back for the visitors.

Cardiff 2-0 Nottingham Forest (HT)

Goals from Federico Macheda and Peter Whittingham put the Bluebirds are 2-0 up against Nottingham Forest at the City Stadium at half time.

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First game for Slade as Cardiff take on Forest

New Bluebirds boss Russell Slade begins life at the Cardiff City Stadium later as his side invite Nottingham Forest to the Welsh capital.

It's Slade's first game in charge of Cardiff since leaving Leyton Orient. Credit: Mike Egerton/EMPICS Sport

Ben Turner is likely to remain on the sidelines for the home side as he continues his recovery from an ankle injury.

Slade will also have to assess centre half Bruno Manga - the player signed from Lorient is jet-lagged following his return from international duty with Gabon in the week.

Kick off is at 12:15.

Ankle injury forces Huws to withdraw from Wales squad

Emyr Huws, right, has withdrawn from the Wales squad. Credit: Daniel Hambury/EMPICS Sport

Midfielder Emyr Huws is the latest player to withdraw from the Wales squad for tomorrow night's Euro 2016 qualifier against Bosnia-Herzegovina.

The 21 year old, who plays for Wigan, picked up an ankle injury in training yesterday. He's the 10th player to withdraw from the squad, including Aaron Ramsey and Joe Allen, who were both sidelined before the squad was announced.

We lost him to an innocuous challenge in a small-sided game. We're going to have to send him back to Wigan. He's gone off for a scan as he's got a bad swelling around his ankle. It's disappointing but we'll have to get on with it.

– Chris Coleman, Wales manager

Torquay United 2-1 Wrexham (FT)

Wrexham couldn't retain their half time lead away to Torquay. Goals from Louis Briscoe and Luke Young in the second half sealed the victory for the homeside. Final score Torquay United 2-1 Wrexham.

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Swansea 2-2 Newcastle (FT)

Wayne Routledge celebrates his goal with Wilfried Bony and Nathan Dyer. Credit: Nick Potts/PA Wire

The Swans had to settle for a draw against Newcastle at home.

The home side were drawing at half time, but a goal from Wayne Routledge put them 2-1 up early in the first half. Papiss Cisse scored his second of the game to equalise for Newcastle. Final score Swansea 2-2 Newcastle.

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