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A goal from Tammy Abraham and two from Anthony Pilkington in the second half secured the away side's victory in the Severnside Derby.
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Newport County lost against Wycombe Wanderers in the national league.
After a goalless first half, Mark Randall took advantage of a mistake by Wycombe's Aaron Pierre to put the Exiles in front. But Sam Wood equalised for the home side, with Paris Cowan-Hall making it 2-1 just minutes later.
Final score: Wycombe 2-1 Newport County.
Cardiff City held on to their first half lead to beat Aston Villa in the championship.
Joe Ralls gave the Bluebirds the only goal of the game.
Final score: Cardiff 1-0 Aston Villa.
Newport County are away to Wycombe in League Two this afternoon.
Despite chances at goal for both sides, it's 0-0 at half time.
Cardiff City are hosting Aston Villa at the City Stadium in the Championship.
Joe Ralls put the Bluebirds ahead, after a corner taken by Joe Bennett.
Half time score: Cardiff 1-0 Aston Villa.
Wrexham narrowly missed out on a draw away to Southport, losing 3-2.
Wrexham were awarded a penalty after Gerry McDonagh was brought down in the box by Liam Nolan, allowing John Rooney to even the score. It look as though the game would finish two all, but Nolan got his second of the game in the 87th minute sealing with win for Southport.
Final score: Southport 3-2 Wrexham.
Wrexham are trailing 2-1 against Southport in the National League.
Jordan White opened the scoring at the Merseyrail Community Stadium, catching the deflection from Gerry McDonagh's shot at goal. Southport came back with an equaliser from Liam Nolan shortly before Delial Brewster made it 2-1 for the homeside just before the whistle.