Tom Field was the only one of Brentford’s four domestic loanees to see action last night during the latest round of league fixtures.
The Left-back returned to play 90 minutes for Bradford City’s trip to another one of League One’s fast starters, Oxford United. Omari Patrick curled the visitors ahead on the half hour mark but late strikes from Oxford duo Wes Thomas and Joe Rothwell looked to have secured the win for the hosts. However, Romain Vincelot had the final say as he headed home a 94th minute equaliser for Stuart McCall’s side. Last night saw Tom make his fifth appearance for the Yorkshire side following his loan switch a month ago.
In Sky Bet League Two, Jack Bonham and Reece Cole both watched on from the bench as their sides endured differing fortunes on a wild night. Newport County bounced back from a two-game winless run to beat Cheltenham 1-0 at Rodney Parade, Padraig Amond scoring the only goal ten minutes before the break while a goal in each half at The Ricoh Arena saw Carlisle United slip to a third defeat in four games, this time against Coventry City. The win moved The Exiles back into the top six while The Cumbrians slip to 19th.
Zain Westbrooke served the second of his three-game suspension for Solihull Moors last night as they were beaten 2-1 on the road at Woking: Charlie Carter scoring the winner eight minutes from time after his namesake Darren had drawn Moors level following Jason Banton’s first-half opener. The defeat means Solihull remain 22nd but are now four points from safety.
There’s a full round of fixtures this weekend as Bradford City host Rotherham United while Carlisle United face Barnet and Newport County travel to Morecambe. Solihull Moors are at Bromley, FC Nordsjaelland are at home to AGF and DSC Arminia Bielefeld visit SV Darmstadt 98.