23rd November 2015
Eight Swans were involved for their loan clubs at the weekend, with a mixed bag of results.
Nathan Dyer came on a last-minute substitute as Leicester won 3-0 away at Newcastle to go top of the Barclays Premier League.
Jamie Vardy opened the scoring in the first half with this tenth goal in ten consecutive games, while second-half strikes from Leonardo Ulloa and Shinji Okazaki sealed another memorable win for Claudio Ranieri's in-form side.
In League One, both Adam King and Stephen Kingsley featured for Crewe as they suffered a 5-1 home defeat against Peterborough.
Kingsley played the full 90 minutes at Gresty Road, while King was introduced as a 57th-minute substitute as Crewe were left rooted to the bottom of the League One table.
Jay Fulton, meanwhile, was brought on for the second half as Oldham lost 2-1 at home to Barnsley.
Oldham looked on course for a point when Mark Yeates equalised with 12 minutes to play but a late goal from Kevin Long sealed all three points for the visitors.
In League Two, Connor Roberts played another 90 minutes for Yeovil as Paul Sturrock's side drew 0-0 against Newport.
Josh Sheehan was an unused substitute for the draw at Rodney Parade as Yeovil slipped back into the League Two relegation zone.
In the Scottish Championship, Alex Samuel scored a last-minute equaliser to earn Morton a 1-1 draw at St Mirren in an entertaining contest.
The home side led through Jack Baird's early goal, but Samuel - who was on as a substitute - struck in stoppage time to move Morton up to fourth in the table.
In the Dutch Eredivisie, Kenji Gorre started for Den Haag in their 2-2 draw against Vitesse.
Despite going behind twice, the home side came back to earn a point with Gorre featuring for 66 minutes before being substituted.
Oliver Davies wasn't involved for Kilmarnock as he continue to recover from injury.