2nd February 2015
Jazz Richards made his first appearance for Fulham in their defeat at Blackburn Rovers at the weekend.
The Swans right-back, who headed to Craven Cottage last week on loan for a month, featured for the full 90 minutes as Fulham were beaten 2-1 at Ewood Park.
Richards almost made an immediate impact as he latched onto Ross McCormack's pass, but his shot was smothered by Blackburn keeper Jason Steele.
Ross McCormack had pulled one back for Fulham after Ben Marshall and Jordan Rhodes had put Blackburn ahead.
Fulham, who sit 15th in the Championship with 34 points from 28 games, will be without the cup-tied Richards for Tuesday's FA Cup fixture with Sunderland although he will be available for Saturday's home league clash with Birmingham.
In League One, Alan Tate played the full game in Crewe's 5-0 home defeat by second-placed MK Dons.
Crewe will look to bounce back against Colchester - who sit one point and one place below them - on Saturday.
Ryan Hedges' Leyton Orient suffered a similar defeat as they were beaten 4-1 at home by Scunthorpe United.
The Swans youngster came off the bench in the 68th minute with Orient trailing 3-1 as he made his home debut, and he almost marked it with a goal but his long-range effort flew just wide of the upright.
Orient, a point off the bottom, visit play-off chasing Rochdale on Saturday.
Liam Shephard's Yeovil Town remain bottom after they suffered a narrow 1-0 loss at Peterborough.
Shephard completed his third consecutive 90-minute appearance for the Glovers, who host a Crawley side on Saturday that sits just two points above them.
There was a better return for Rory Donnelly, who scored the winner in Tranmere's 2-1 victory at Exeter City in League Two.
The striker found the bottom corner after he drilled a low effort past Exeter keeper Christy Pym.
It was Donnelly's third goal in four games for Tranmere, who now sit 17th and two points above the relegation zone ahead of Saturday's home game with Carlisle.