Pedro Botelho- Salamanca 1 Tenerife 2
Pedro played the whole game as Salamanca surrendered their one-goal lead and eventually ended up losing to Tenerife.
Fans favourite Miku put Los Charros in front and it could have been two-nil soon afterwards. Pedro embarked on a barnstorming run down the left and pulled the ball back for Steve Cohen, but the Frenchman failed to score.
It proved to be a costly miss. Tenerife came back into it with a Nino penalty before the interval and Nino was at it again in the second-period to deprive Salamanca of three points.
Henri Lansbury- Scunthorpe 2 Brighton 0
Henri set up Scunthorpe’s first goal in their 2-0 victory over Brighton.
The England Youth international started brightly, drilling an effort narrowly wide after just four minutes.
But his real moment of brilliance came when he laid the ball on for Gary Hooper to fire home 0n 41 minutes. Henri was withdrawn at the break but will no doubt be pleased with his contribution to the game.
Jay Simpson- West Brom 1 Bolton 1
Jay was recalled to the Baggies’ starting line-up for Bolton’s visit to the Hawthorns.
He looked bright early on and was full of running, but failed to carve out any attacking opportunities.
West Brom, who had a Marc-Antoine Fortuné strike ruled out for offside, had goalkeeper Scott Carson to thank for thwarting the opposition, most notably Matt Taylor on numerous occasions.
But Taylor eventually did get the better of the England ‘keeper on 66 minutes. However, West Brom equalised nine minutes from time when Robert Koren’s strike took an almighty deflection off Danny Shittu and flew into the back of the net.
Simpson was withdrawn on 57 minutes and replaced by Roman Bednar.
Nacer Barazite- Derby 0 Barnsley 0
Nacer played the first half as Derby and Barnsley shared the points in a forgettable encounter at Pride Park.
The Dutchman was a threat early on with his crosses, before being replaced by Barry Bannan at the break.
Gavin Hoyte- Ipswich 0 Watford 0
Gavin played the final 40 minutes as Watford held on for a point against Ipswich at Portman Road.
Hoyte replaced Jay DeMerit with 50 minutes on the clock and played a vital part as the Hornets kept the Tractor Boys at bay.
Rui Fonte- Crystal Palace 0 Reading 0
Rui came on for the final two minutes as Palace held Reading to a goalless draw at Selhurst Park.
The Portuguese youth international replaced John Oster on 88 minutes.
Havard Nordtveit- Lillestrom v Viking (5pm)
Havard is expected to start at right-back this evening as Lillestrom look for their first win of the season when they take on Viking.
Kerrea Gilbert- Leicester 1 Colchester 1
Kerrea played the whole game as Leicester missed out on the chance to extend their lead at the top of League One following their 1-1 draw with Colchester at the Walkers Stadium.
A Mark Yeates free-kick put the visitors ahead on 23 minutes but the Foxes levelled through former Arsenal striker Paul Dickov with 24 minutes remaining.
Paul Rodgers- Northampton 4 Stockport 0
Paul played the whole second-half as Northampton annihalated Stockport in League One.
Goals from Adebayo Akinfenwa, Abdul Osman, Luke Guttridge and Scott Vernon gave the Cobblers victory, with Rodgers looking assured in possession after replacing Chris Doig. Rodgers also played his part defensively, with a series of impressive blocks at the back.