2nd November 2015
Nathan Dyer played for the final 15 minutes as Leicester City moved up to third in the Barclays Premier League following a 3-2 win at West Brom.
The Foxes trailed at the break but two goals from Riyad Mahrez and then another from Jamie Vardy put the visitors in a commanding lead.
Dyer then conceded a penalty, which Rickie Lambert converted, but Claudio Ranieri's side held on as they remain three points behind joint-leaders Manchester City and Arsenal.
It was Dyer's fourth appearance for Leicester, who host Watford on Saturday.
In League One, Adam King started in Crewe's 1-0 home win over Sheffield United.
King played the full 90 minutes as the division's bottom club claimed their first success on home soil this term.
Stephen Kingsley came off the bench in the 82nd minute as Crewe held on for a victory that moves them to within three points of safety.
Jay Fulton suffered his first defeat at Oldham as they were beaten 1-0 at home by joint-leaders Burton.
The Scottish Under-21 midfielder was replaced after 65 minutes by former Stoke striker Ricardo Fuller as Oldham slipped to within one point of the dropzone.
Connor Roberts and Josh Sheehan both featured for the full 90 minutes as Yeovil lost 3-2 at Carlisle despite a two-goal lead after just eight minutes.
The Glovers were looking on course for only a third league win when they stunned the play-off contenders.
But Carlisle fought back in stunning fashion, and despite Roberts keeping out an effort off the line, the hosts powered on to complete their comeback with 15 minutes remaining.
Defeat leaves Yeovil joint-bottom in League Two.
In the Scottish Championship, Alex Samuel came off the bench to help Morton win 2-1 at Dumbarton.
With the score level at 1-1, Samuel was introduced with 15 minutes to go as Morton fired home the winner with five minutes remaining.
Meanwhile, Kenjo Gorre was an unused substitute as Den Haag beat Feyenoord 1-0 in the Dutch Eredivisie.
Goalkeeper Oliver Davies was included in Kilmarnock's matchday squad for their 1-0 loss to Motherwell as he recovers from a shoulder injury.