19th September 2016
Marvin Emnes scored in his first start for Blackburn Rovers to lift them off the foot of the Championship.
The Dutch forward put the hosts 2-1 ahead in the first half, with Owen Coyle's side going on to record their first league win thanks to a 4-2 scoreline.
It was Emnes' second goal in three appearances for Rovers, with the 28-year-old also scoring in the midweek defeat at Leeds.
Kyle Bartley, who scored the winner in that victory over Blackburn last Tuesday, helped Leeds to a 2-0 win at Cardiff City.
The defender made his ninth appearance for Leeds, for whom former Swans midfielder Pablo Hernandez struck late on to seal victory.
Fellow Swan Matt Grimes was not included in the matchday squad by manager Garry Monk, who saw his side rise to 15th in the Championship.
In League One, Kenji Gorre started as Northampton lost for the first time in 32 league matches.
The Cobblers went down 3-1 at Chesterfield, with Gorre playing the first 45 minutes before being replaced at the break.
Josh Vickers turned out for Barnet for the eighth time as they drew 1-1 at home to Colchester in League Two.
The Bees - who maintained the best defensive record in the fourth tier - picked up a point via a late equaliser.7
Ryan Hedges and Liam Shephard helped Yeovil climb out of the relegation zone thanks to a 1-0 win at Leyton Orient.
Both played the full 90 minutes as Darren Way's side claimed their first win in six games.
Franck Tabanou made his second start for Granada in their 2-2 draw at Real Betis in La Liga.
The French left-back played 45 minutes before being replaced in a gamt that conjured four goals and two red cards.
Bafe Gomis, meanwhile, captained Marseille against his former club Lyon as the clubs battled out a 0-0 draw in France's Ligue 1.
Meanwhile, Adam King was an unused subsitute as Southend beat Millwall 3-1 while Josh Sheehan was not part of Newport's matchday squad.