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23rd March

Jazz Richards helped Fulham to a vital victory at Huddersfield in a bizarre game.
The right-back featured for the full 90 minutes as Kit Symons' side clinched a 2-0 win in a match which puts them eight points clear of the dropzone.
Fulham were ahead via Alex Kacaniklic after just two minutes, but the big talking point came on the hour mark. Referee Richard Clark sent off Cauley Woodrow for handball in the Fulham box, only to then rescind the card following a discussion with the fourth official before opting to dismiss Shaun Hutchinson.
Nakhi Wells saw his penalty saved, before he went on to strike the woodwork with another spot-kick after Richards had felled Sean Scannell.
And the drama continued in added-on time as sub Seko Fofana sealed the three points for the visitors.
Modou Barrow made his first start for Nottingham Forest as they went down 3-1 at Norwich.
Barrow, who came off the bench in midweek to make his debut in Forest's 2-0 win over Rotherham, featured for 53 minutes before being replaced by Jamie Paterson with Dougie Freedman's side trailing 1-0.
Defeat leaves Forest ten points behind the play-off spots.
In League One, all three clubs featuring Swans loanees tasted defeat.
Alan Tate started for Crewe as they slipped back into the relegation zone after suffering a third consecutive loss as they went down 1-0 at home to Oldham.
Tate, making his 21st appearance for the club, was replaced with ten minutes to go as Crewe opted for more attacking options.
This loss leaves Crewe in the dropzone on goal difference following Crawley's win at Leyton Orient.
Ryan Hedges played for the full 90 for Orient, who were beaten by Izale McLeod's first-half penalty, now lie three points adrift of safety.
In League Two, Rory Donnelly featured from the start as Tranmere were thumped 4-1 at home by leaders Burton.
Tranmere sit above second-bottom Cheltenham on goal difference following their latest loss.