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6th February 2017


Modou Barrow made his Leeds United debut last weekend as they went down to a dramatic defeat to play-off rivals Huddersfield Town.
The Gambian winger came off the bench in the 77th minute with Leeds level, but Garry Monk's side conceded in the last minute of normal time in a loss which sees the Terriers leapfrog them in the table.
Kyle Bartley also featured for Leeds while Matt Grimes wasn't included in the matchday squad, as they now look to return to winning ways on Saturday when they host Cardiff City.
Marvin Emnes played a key role in Blackburn's 1-0 victory over QPR, with the winger coming off the bench to set up a last-gasp winner.
Emnes, back at Ewood Park for a second loan spell this season, was sent on with 25 minutes to go.
It was his delivery that provided the winner, with Emnes' left-wing cross setting up Sam Gallagher to fire home a 90th minute goal to move Blackburn to within three points of safety.



In League Two, winger Owain Jones made his first appearance in senior football during Yeovil's 1-1 draw at Hartlepool.
Jones played for the last 11 minutes as Darren Way's side came from behind to earn a point. Liam Shephard was in the starting XI for the Glovers as he made his 29th appearance for the club.
Josh Vickers was in goal for Barnet as their winless run stretched to four games after a 2-0 home defeat to Mansfield Town.
The keeper played his 20th game of the campaign for Barnet, who were leapfrogged by Mansfield following this result.
Josh Sheehan came off the bench to help set up Newport's last-gasp equaliser at Cheltenham.
The midfielder was sent on with 14 minutes to go, and he made a huge impact as he assisted Jaanai Gordon's leveller in added on time.
The result moves bottom club Newport to within three points of safety ahead of Friday night's home clash with leaders Doncaster Rovers.



In France, Bafe Gomis was also a substitute as he featured in Marseille's disappointing defeat at Metz.
Gomis, who had scored a hat-trick in his previous appearance, was introduced ten minutes into the second half as Marseille went down to an 84th minute goal.
In England's sixth tier, Tom Holland made his debut for AFC Fylde as the National League North leaders suffered a surprise 5-0 defeat at second-placed Salford.
Holland started for Fylde, with the midfielder replaced after 67 minutes.
Meanwhile, Alex Bray was an unused substitute for Rotherham United as they were beaten 1-0 at Bristol City.
The winger had made his Millers debut a week earlier, as he came off the bench in a 1-0 loss to Barnsley.
Tonight, Franck Tabanou hopes to feature for Granada as they look to move off the bottom of Spain's top tier with victory over Las Palmas.