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4th March 2019

Wilfried Bony took his tally to four goals in three games for Al-Arabi in their 3-2 win at Al Sailiya in the Qatar Stars League.

The Ivorian opened the scoring for Al-Arabi but the hosts struck twice after the break to take the lead.

Former Barcelona midfielder Victor Vazquez levelled before Bony showed his composure inside the box to score the winner with ten minutes left.

Andre Ayew's Fenerbahce were involved in two high-scoring games over the past week in the Turkish top flight.

Last Monday, Ayew came off the bench to inspire a tremendous comeback at Besiktas.

The visitors were trailing 3-0 at the break, but Ayew's introduction at half-time helped Fenerbahce claimed a remarkable 3-3 draw.

More goals followed last weekend as Fenerbache helped their survival hopes with a 3-2 win against Rizespor.

Ayew featured for the final 32 minutes of the victory, which moved Fenerbahce two points clear of the dropzone.

Borja started as Alaves moved to within eight points of third-placed Real Madrid thanks to a 2-1 win at struggling Villarreal in La Liga.

The striker made his 20th appearnce for Alaves, who host Borja's former club Eibar this weekend.

In the Championship, Tom Carroll marked his return from injury by featuring in Aston Villa's 4-0 win over Derby County.

The midfielder was introduced for the last 20 minutes in the convincing victory at Villa Park.

Jefferson Montero also picked up 20 minutes of game time as the Ecuadorian featured in West Brom's 4-0 loss at Leeds United.

Aaron Lewis played the full game as Doncaster Rovers drew 1-1 with Charlton Athletic in League One.

Lewis made his fifth appearance - all starts - in the stalemate at the Keepmoat Stadium.

Botti Biabi featured late on as Maccesfield Town were beaten 3-0 at promotion-hopefuls Bury.

Macclesfield are now four points adrift of safety in League Two with 11 games remaining.

There was better news for Ryan Blair, meanwhile, as he scored the winner for Dunfermline.

His 78th-minute strike settled their contest with Queen of the South, with the Pars moving up to fourth in the Scottish Championship.

Finally, Jordan Ayew was an unused sub in Crystal Palace's 3-1 win at Burnley in the Premier League.