15th February 2016
There was mixed fortunes for a number of Swans players out on loan at the weekend.
In League Two, Ryan Hedges played the full 90 minutes as Stevenage beat Cambridge United 2-0.
It was Hedges' third appearance for Stevenage, who move 11 points clear of the dropzone.
Connor Roberts' Yeovil were beaten 2-1 at fellow strugglers Hartlepool United.
Roberts made his 39th appearance for the Glovers, who sit just one point above second-bottom York City.
Staying in the division, Daniel Alfei came off the bench in Mansfield's 3-0 defeat at second-placed Plymouth.
The defender was introduced at half-time with Mansfield - who slip to seventh after this defeat - already two goals down.
In France, Franck Tabanou played the full game as St Etienne were held 1-1 by Monaco in Ligue 1.
The left-back played in his fifth game for St Etienne, who sit fourth in the division.
Alex Samuel made a brief appearance for Morton as they beat Dumbarton 2-0 at home. The striker came off the bench in the last minute at Cappielow.
Nathan Dyer and Gerhard Tremmel, meanwhile, were unused substitutes in Leicester City's defeat at Arsenal and Werder Bremen's 1-1 draw with Hoffenheim.