Newport County are at home to Hartlepool United this evening at Rodney Parade.
Neither team has managed to score in the first half of the game.
Newport County have lost out to Blackburn Rovers in the FA Cup this evening.
Rovers gained a lead early on after a penalty from Ben Marshall but County's Mark Byrne managed to equalise in the 30th minute.
But Blackburns Jordan Rhodes responded with a header in the 75th minute to lead the visiting side 2-1.
Newport County have confirmed Warren Feeney is take control as new first-team manager.
Warren, who was assistant to John Sheridan, will take control of first-time duties, starting with this Saturday's visit to York City.
The former Northern Ireland International had previous experience of management before joining the Exiles back in October as assistant manager.
He'll be assisted by former Blackburn Rovers player Andy Todd.
It's a great honour for me to be appointed as Manager of Newport County AFC. I have a house in the area and my plan has always been to settle here with my family.
I have enjoyed my time at the club and I am looking forward to the challenges of being a Football League manager.
We have some crucial games coming up, so all of the efforts will be focused on preparation for those games and picking up the points we need to help us move further away from the bottom two.
Warren becomes the club's fifth manager in less then 12 months.
Newport County have reached the third round of the FA Cup in almost thirty years, after they beat Barnet 0-2.
A goal from Scott Boden sealed the deal.
Newport County remain rooted to the bottom of League Two, after a 3-0 defeat at Mansfield Town.
Craig Westcarr, Malvind Benning and Adi Yussuf scored second-half goals for the hosts, to inflict John Sheridan's first defeat as Newport manager.
Newport County have drawn in their first game under new boss John Sheridan.
Sheridan took over on Fridayafter the club's former boss Terry Butcher left after just five months in charge.
A goal from Lenell John-Lewis put the final score 1-1 at Rodney Parade.
Newport County have sacked manager Terry Butcher after just five months in charge.
County currently sit bottom of League two, with just one win from ten games since the former England international took charge of the club in April.
Butcher’s assistant Russell Osman and Chief Scout Steve Marsella have also parted ways with the Exiles as part of the shakeup.
In a statement, the club say they are hopeful of naming a successor before Saturday’s meeting with Exeter City.
The move comes amid a week of change at Rodney Parade following the agreed takeover of the club by a consortium of supporters after the departure of major backer Les Scadding.
Newport County are goalless at half-time away at Brunton Park against Carlisle United.
They currently sit bottom of the table, with six defeats from seven games.
Newport County drew 0-0 at Dagenham and Redbridge in League Two, as their poor start to the season continued.
Lenell John-Lewis had Newport's best chance in the first half, while visiting goalkeeper Joe Day denied Dagenham's Jamie Cureton late on.
The result leaves Newport still without a win, having earned just two points from eight games, and sitting at the bottom of the table.
Newport County are goalless at half-time away at fellow League Two strugglers Dagenham and Redbridge.
Newport are bottom of the table, with six defeats from seven games.