Swansea City loan watch
19th October 2015
Nathan Dyer came off the bench to inspire Leicester City's dramatic comeback as they claimed a 2-2 draw.
The winger replaced Jeffrey Schlupp for the second half with the Foxes trailing 2-2 against his former club, but he set up the first goal for Jamie Vardy before playing a part in the build-up for the equaliser.
It was Dyer's second appearance for Leicester, with the 27-year-old scoring the winning goal on his debut against Aston Villa.
In League One, Jay Fulton experienced a fourth consecutive draw as Oldham were pegged back by Sheffield United.
The Scottish Under-21 midfielder featured for 83 minutes as Oldham were held 1-1 at Boundary Park - a result that sees them remain in the relegation zone on goal difference.
Stephen Kingsley and Adam King played in bottom club Crewe's cruel defeat at home to leaders Gillingham.
King played for the full game while Kingsley was replaced for the last ten minutes as the visitors claimed a last-gasp winner via former Swans youngster Rory Donnelly.
Connor Roberts and Josh Sheehan played the full game as Yeovil went down 2-0 at Notts County.
Sheehan, who returned to the fold after missing the previous two games due to international commitments, made his fourth appearance during his second loan spell with the Glovers while Roberts featured for the 16th time.
In the Scottish Championship, Alex Samuel came off the bench in Morton's 1-0 defeat at Falkirk.
The 20-year-old was introduced for the last 20 minutes, but it was the hosts who claimed the winner thanks to a late strike in added-on time.
Meanwhile, Kenji Gorre was an unused substitute as Den Haag drew 1-1 with De Graafschap in the Dutch Eredivisie while Oliver Davies is recovering from a shoulder injury at Kilmarnock
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