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Jed Steers Glovers off bottom

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Goalkeeping heroics from Jed Steer helped Yeovil edge off the foot of the table after a goalless draw against Coventry.

As the goals flew in elsewhere around SkyBet League One, the two sides struggling at the wrong end of the table mustered just two shots on target between them in a dire first half.

Yeovil's most potent attack osaw Alex Smith drag wide when he struck left-footed from Seth Twumasi's cross on 38 minutes.

Having been a virtual bystander to the action in the first 50 minutes Glovers keeper...

Ebanks-Blake rescues North End

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Substitute Sylvan Ebanks-Blake came off the bench to score his first goal since April 2013 and spare Preston's blushes in a 1-1 draw with Yeovil.

Promotion-chasing North End appeared to be heading for defeat against the struggling Glovers, who led through Gozie Ugwu, before Ebanks-Blake salvaged a point 14 minutes from time.

Strikers Jermaine Beckford and Kevin Davies were off target with early efforts for the home side and the visitors slowly grew into the contest as the half wore on.

Makeshift defender...

Ugwu sinks Bantams

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Bradford suffered their second defeat on the bounce in League One, losing 1-0 to bottom club Yeovil.

The Bantams' play-off push was hampered at Huish Park where the Glovers are desperately trying to avoid consecutive relegations.

Home boss Gary Johnson started with a brand new front pairing of Norwich loanee Jamar Loza and Gozie Ugwu who returned to the club, signing until the end of the season.

Yeovil enjoyed the best of the opening exchanges and it was one of the new faces, Ugwu, who broke the deadlock...

Waring revels in Reds debut

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George Waring scored on his professional debut to help Barnsley to a 2-0 victory over 10-man Yeovil.

The towering striker, on loan from Stoke, tapped home five minutes after half-time before Conor Hourihane's 70th-minute penalty sealed the victory for the Reds following the first-half dismissal of Glovers defender Ben Nugent.

Yeovil forward AJ Leitch-Smith dragged his shot wide when clear on goal in the 22nd minute before Nugent, on loan from Cardiff, saw red four minutes later for an adjudged elbow...

 By Michael Cox

Football fans need to stop expecting the unexpected in the FA Cup

Captain Fantastic (aka Steven Gerrard) scored a superb brace against minnows Wimbledon AFC to put the Reds through to the next round; this came only days after it was announced he would leave Liverpool for new climes at the end of the season.

The FA Cup third round is frequently considered to be all about giant killing, whereas it's actually all about the possibility of giants losing. It might be a pedantic distinction, but it explains a great deal about the negativity surrounding the competition in recent years.

The ideal FA Cup tie is, inevitably, a nonleague side at home against a high-flying Premier League club. The third-round draw didn't quite provide that this time around, although Yeovil (bottom of League One) and AFC Wimbledon...