Loan Round-Up

Monday 20 March 2017 16:39

Cauley Woodrow scored for Burton Albion again this weekend in their 5-3 loss to Brentford, bringing an end to the Brewers’ six match unbeaten run.

Brentford scored early but Burton hit back with Marvin Sordell converting twice from corners swung in by fellow Fulham loanee Lasse Vigen Christensen. Both played the full 90 minutes for the Brewers.

Woodrow hit the crossbar from close range before converting another free kick, to give Burton a commanding lead in the game with a 3-1 advantage.

The bees mounted an epic comeback with three goals in the second half. That loss leaves Burton one point above the drop zone going into the international break.

In League One Stephen Humphrys made a substitute appearance for Shrewsbury Town in their 2-1 loss away at Port Vale in the relegation scrap.

Humphrys came onto the pitch in the 72nd minute with the Shrews facing a two goal deficit, and within two minutes they halved the goal difference through a long range effort from Louis Dodds.

Those three points means Port Vale are top of the relegation zone in 21st with 41 points, and Shrewsbury sit in 19th on 43 points.

Also in League One Cameron Burgess played a full 90 minutes for Bury in their 0-0 draw at the Den against Millwall.

Bury holding Millwall means they drop out of the play off places and Bury go up to 17th place on 45 points, four above the drop zone.  

In League Two Marek Rodák was between the sticks for Accrington Stanley. They managed to take a point away from their away trip to Yeovile town after Scott Brown was sent off with a straight red in the 22nd minute.

Rodák made four saves to ensure the game finished level. That draw leaves both teams on 45 points, with Accrington ahead on goal difference in 16th place.

On the continent Jozabed made a short appearance for Celta Vigo in their 1-0 away victory against Deportivo La Coruña, coming on in the 87th minute for Daniel Wass.

The deadlock was broken by Iago Aspas in the 74th minute, leaving Celta in 11th position in La Liga, with Deportivo in 16th six points above the relegation zone.