Live updates


First point for new Swans boss Bradley as Newport lose and Wrexham win

Swansea City earned their first point of the new Bob Bradley era as his side drew 0-0 draw with Watford at the Liberty Stadium.

Bob Bradley gets his first point as Swansea boss, but his side remain in the Premier League relegation zone. Credit: PA

Mike van der Hoorn had the best chance for the home side in the first half, before Gylfi Sigurdsson hit the post.

Swansea though remain second from bottom in the Premier League and are without a win since their opening day's win over Burnley.

Elsewhere in League Two Newport lost 3-1 to Plymouth at Rodney Parade.

Plymouth had taken the lead via the penalty spot, before Jon Parkin equalised just after the break.

But another penalty from Graham Carey and a Jordan Slew strike sealed the win for Plymouth.

In the National League, Wrexham beat Bromley 2-1, with goals from Shaun Harrad and Gerry McDonagh.

Cardiff play Nottingham Forest in the Championship's late kick-off.


Shadow Welsh Secretary slams Plaid Cymru for 'absurd claim'

Shadow Welsh Secretary Jo Stevens Credit: ITV Wales

Jo Stevens, Shadow Secretary of State for Wales, has slammed Leanne Wood's conference speech that claims Plaid Cymru are the only party who will defend Wales' interests in Brexit negotiations.

Jo said: "This is an absurd claim from the leader of entirely inward-focused party.

"Labour is leading the charge both in Parliament and through the First Minister to ensure Wales' voice is heard in Brexit negotiations.

"Plaid Cymru's stated aims - for Wales to be included in negotiations, and to strengthen Wales' constitutional position - are quite correct, and that's why Labour, the party which delivered Welsh devolution, is fighting for key amendments to improve the Wales Bill, and making sure Wales has a seat at the table in Brexit negotiations."

Load more updates