Miller double ends Wednesday's away run

There were vital wins for Yeovil Town and both Bristol clubs today. Cheltenham drew at Portsmouth, but Swindon lost at home to MK Dons.

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Yeovil take on Latvia

Yeovil host the Latvia international team at Huish Park tonight. But it isn't the first time the Latvians have played against a club side in this country.

In 1999, when current Yeovil manager Gary Johnson was in charge of Latvia, he took them on a tour of England to showcase their talents - with some earning moves to English teams.

Here's Andy Steggall's report, which was originally shown on ITV Meridian in 1999.

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Yeovil lose at home to Wigan

Yeovil lose at home to Wigan Credit: ITV News West Country

In the Championship today, Yeovil Town went down one nil to the FA Cup holders Wigan at Huish Park. Marc-Antoine Fortune got the goal after 78 minutes. Yeovil remain bottom of the table with nine points from fifteen matches..

Yeovil Town sign Fontaine from Bristol City

Liam Fontaine has joined Yeovil on loan from Bristol City. Credit: Andrew Matthews/EMPICS Sport

Yeovil Town manager Gary Johnson has raided his old club Bristol City to sign defender Liam Fontaine on loan.

The 27-year-old has joined the Huish Park club until January 1st 2014.

It's the third time Johnson has signed the centre-back. He took the former Fulham trainee on loan in his previous spell as Glovers manager in 2004, and again when he became City boss two years later.

Fontaine warming up for the Glovers back in 2005. Credit: Simon Galloway/EMPICS Sport

Bristol City have also signed Derby County defender James O'Connor and Nottingham Forest winger Stephen McLaughlin on loan until January.

28-year-old O'Connor played under City head coach Sean O’Driscoll at Bournemouth and Doncaster Rovers.

Yeovil knocked out of cup in controversial clash

Birmingham City players protest after the controversial equaliser Credit: Simon Galloway/EMPICS Sport

Yeovil Town lost their second round Capital One Cup match against Birmingham in bizarre fashion at Huish Park.

The visitors scored in the 20th minute but had barely time to celebrate before Ed Upson fired home an equaliser.

Birmingham went ahead again just before half time but it was Byron Webster's 90th minute equaliser that opened up the controversy. Birmingham felt the ball should have been returned to them after their goalkeeper kicked the ball out of play following an injury to one of their defenders.

Luke Ayling celebrates his goal for the Glovers in extra time Credit: Simon Galloway/EMPICS Sport

In extra time, Yeovil went ahead thanks to a goal from Luke Ayling and then immediately allowed the visitors to walk in an equaliser, apparently as compensation for Webster's controversial effort.

But Birmingham had the final say - winning the penalty shoot out.

Final score: YEOVIL 3 BIRMINGHAM 3 (2-3 ON PENS)

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Yeovil ready for first ever game in Championship

Yeovil Town Football Club made history in May by winning the League One play-off final at Wembley and gaining promotion to the Championship - England's second tier - for the very first time.

Manager Gary Johnson and his team will be of course be the underdogs, but they plan to spring a surprise.

Our Sports Correspondent Matthias Kurth reports:

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