Monday's loan watch
31st March 2014
After scoring in Sunderland's midweek defeat at Liverpool, Ki Sung-Yueng is in action tonight as the Black Cats host West Ham at the Stadium of Light.
The Korean came off the bench at Anfield to score his fourth goal since his loan move to Sunderland, who are four points off 17th-placed West Brom but have two games in hand.
In League One, James Loveridge made his third appearance for MK Dons as they lost 1-0 at home to leaders Wolves.
The young striker featured for 73 minutes for the Dons, who remain three points off the play-off spots.
Curtis Obeng played for the whole game as Stevenage remained bottom despite a 1-1 draw with Port Vale while Gwion Edwards was an unused sub for Crawley, who went down 1-0 at Preston.
Daniel Alfei was part of the starting XI as Portsmouth claimed a vital away win at Newport.
Pompey took advantage of their numerical advantage as Newport were reduced to nine men. It was a victory that moved Portsmouth five points clear of the relegation zone.
Meanwhile, in Scotland, Alan Tate was an unused substitute as Aberdeen drew 1-1 with Dundee United.
Tate had featured for Aberdeen in their midweek draw at Ross County, with Derek McInnes' side remaining in second place - two points ahead of Motherwell in third.