14th March 2016
There was a mixed bag of results for the Swans players out on loan last weekend.
In France's Ligue 1, Eder played the full 90 minutes as he helped Lille to a 2-1 win at Bastia, which moves them up to ninth - two points off St Etienne, who were beaten 2-0 by Guingamp.
Franck Tabanou made his tenth appearance for St Etienne in that defeat, which means they have slipped four points behind fourth-placed Lyon with eight games to go.
In the Championship, Matt Grimes came off the bench during Blackburn's 2-1 home defeat by Leeds United.
Grimes was introduced with 14 minutes left to play as the hosts trailed 2-0, but despite pulling a late goal back Blackburn missed the chance to move above their opponents in the table.
In League Two, Oliver McBurnie and Daniel Alfei went up against each other as Bristol Rovers hosted Mansfield.
And it was McBurnie - a 62nd minute substitute - who took the bragging rights as Rovers claimed a 1-0 win.
Connor Roberts helped Yeovil Town ease their relegation fears with a 1-0 win over Notts County.
The full-back played the whole game as Darren Way's side moved 11 points clear from second-bottom York City.
Meanwhile, Gerhard Tremmel and Ryan Hedges were unused substitutes as their loan clubs Werder Bremen and Stevenage were beaten by Bayern Munich and Wycombe.
Tonight, Nathan Dyer hopes to feature in Leicester City's plans as they aim to continue their quest to become Barclays Premier League champions with a home game against Newcastle United.
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