Swansea City loan watch
16th January 2017
Josh Sheehan scored his seventh goal for Newport County to end their run of eight consecutive defeats.
The midfielder's deflected strike put the Exiles ahead against Colchester, but Graham Westley's side were pegged back and had to settle for a point.
Newport remain bottom of League Two - six points from safety - with Sheehan making his 20th appearance for the club.
Staying in League Two, Josh Vickers was in goal for play-off hopefuls Barnet in their 3-1 home defeat to leaders Doncaster Rovers.
Vickers, making his 17th appearance for the Bees, saw his side lead 1-0 before a James Coppinger brace and a John Marquis effort earned Rovers victory.
Liam Shephard was also in action as he played the full 90 minutes of Yeovil's 1-1 draw at Wycombe Wanderers.
The 22-year-old made his 25th appearance of the campaign for Darren Way's side, who sit nine points adrift of the play-offs.
In the Championship, Kyle Bartley's Leeds rose to third after a 1-0 win over Derby County at Elland Road.
The centre-back went close to scoring on three occasions, but Chris Wood's header from ex-Swan Pablo Hernandez's corner was enough to give Garry Monk's side their fifth win in six games.
Marvin Emnes played his last game for Blackburn Rovers as he came off the bench in a 3-2 defeat at Ipswich Town.
The winger replaced Elliott Bennett on the hour-mark with Rovers already trailing 3-1, before former Swans striker Danny Graham reduced the deficit with a penalty.
Emnes scored three goals in 20 appearances for Blackburn, who remain in the relegation zone.
In La Liga, Franck Tabanou featured for the full game as nine-man Granada earned a point against Osasuna.
Despite trailing to a goal from former Wigan forward Oriol Riera, Granada levelled in the second half before seeing two players dismissed.
It was Tabanou's sixth appearance for Granada, who remain bottom of the table.
In the French top flight, Bafe Gomis' Marseille were handed a 4-1 defeat by leaders Monaco.
It proved a first home defeat of the campaign for Rudi Garcia's side, with Gomis playing the full game.
It was the 31-year-old's 21st game for Marseille, during which he has scored 11 goals.