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Leon Barnett Norwich CityNorwich were held to a fourth draw in as many games by Leeds United at Carrow Road, but displayed commendable battling spirit to take a point. Having seen Max Gradel put the Whites in front, the Carrow Road support must have feared the worst. Loan star Barnett stepped up to the mark, though, and chose a timely moment to grab his first goal for the Canaries.
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Matt Richards WalsallWalsall remain rooted to the foot of League One but gave themselves hope with a 2 1 win over Carlisle on Saturday. That success broke a run of four straight defeats and brings the Saddlers back in touch with those directly above them. Richards was the man to get Walsall back to winning ways with his brace either side of the interval, following Mike Grella's opener for the Cumbrians, seeing Chris Hutchings' side home.
David James Bristol CityJames may no longer be the owner of the England number one jersey, but his quality remains unquestioned. It is fair to say that the 2010/11 campaign has not gone as planned for the veteran shot stopper or his club, but Bristol City did pick up three more priceless points on Saturday. A 2 0 victory over Leicester, achieved with the help of a solid showing from James, lifted the Robins out of the drop zone and offers hope for all those connected with the Ashton Gate club.
Neil Mellor Sheffield WednesdaySheffield Wednesday have been a bit hit and miss this season, but were most definitely on target over the weekend. The Owls ruthlessly disposed of MK Dons, with a 4 1 win moving them back into the play off places. Alan Irvine's side had to come from behind to take the points, with strike ace Mellor leading by example. The former Liverpool man bagged a hat trick at Stadium:MK, with two late efforts helping to take the game away from the hosts.
John McCombe Port ValeMcCombe continues to do the business for high flying Port Vale, with the defender no stranger to our Football League Team of the Week. His latest exploits arguably surpass those which have gone before, with his brace helping Micky Adams' men see off Wycombe. McCombe found the target on 11 and 61 minutes, proving that he is a more than useful weapon at both ends of the field.
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Michael Rose Swindon TownSwindon and Rochdale played out a six goal classic at Spotland before being forced to settle for a point apiece. A topsy turvy encounter swung one way then the other, with a 3 3 draw probably a fair reflection on an open and entertaining contest. Swindon thought they had stolen the points 10 minutes from the end when Rose found the target, but Dale restored parity five minutes later to ensure the game ended all square.
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Richard Duffy Exeter CityExeter gave their play off ambitions a welcome shot in the arm over the weekend as they sprang a surprise at Huddersfield. The Grecians have been far from heroic on their travels this term, but left the Galpharm Stadium with a 1 0 win. That success came courtesy of an unlikely source, with Duffy the star of the show as his solitary strike nine minutes before half time settled the tie.
Kabba BarnetBarnet have spent much of the season wallowing towards the foot of League Two, with a basement battle seemingly on the cards at Underhill. They were able to move off the bottom on Saturday, though, with a 4 1 win over Northampton edging them above Hereford. Remarkably, given their shattered confidence, the Bees bounced back from falling behind early on to take the points. Experienced frontman Kabba played no small part in the success, with his first half brace turning the tie around.
of the window, though, at the Crown Ground as Stanley secured a 1 0 victory to end their six match winless run. McConville was the man responsible for breaking them out of that slump, with his 67th minute effort enough to see off Boro.
of the second tier on Saturday with a 3 1 victory over Preston. Once again Neil Warnock's side were helped to three points by an inspired display from Taarabt. The Moroccan midfielder was at his awesome best at Loftus Road, with a deadly double taking his tally for the season to eight.
Johnnie Jackson Charlton AthleticCharlton are flying high in the third Lv Iphone Case 2018 tier, with five consecutive victories seeing them into second place. A return to the Championship is very much on the cards, with the Addicks in fine fettle of late. Yeovil were the latest side to feel their force on Saturday, with the Glovers downed 3 2 at The Valley. Jackson opened the scoring and rounded it off, with his 85th minute penalty ultimately taking the spoils.
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