Monday's loan watch
9th February 2015
Jazz Richards made his second full appearance for Fulham as they were held 1-1 by Birmingham City at Craven Cottage.
Kit Symon's side had taken an early lead through Hugo Rodallega, but former Swan David Cotterill levelled soon after with a superb free-kick.
The draw sees Fulham slip to 16th with 35 points from 29 points ahead of Tuesday night's trip to Bolton.
Alan Tate's Crewe moved four points clear of the League One dropzone after coming from a goal behind to win 3-2 at relegation rivals Colchester United.
Tate played for the full 90 minutes as Crewe climbed up to 19th ahead of Tuesday's clash against Yeovil Town, where he will come up against Swans youngster Liam Shephard.
Shephard continued his successful loan with the Glovers as they beat Crawley Town 2-1 to move within three points of safety.
In their first game since Gary Johnson's dismissal, Yeovil came from a goal down to pick up the three points as Shephard made his fourth appearance for the club in a match which he came up against ex-Swans winger Gwion Edwards.
Finally in League One, Ryan Hedges as not in action as Leyton Orient's game at Rochdale was postponed.
Despite being named League Two's player of the month, Rory Donnelly couldn't prevent Tranmere from losing 2-0 at home to relegation rivals Carlisle United.
As a result, Tranmere slipped to 21st - just two points above the drop zone - ahead of Tuesday night's trip to Newport County.