Nathan Trott was not in the West Ham United team that played to a scoreless draw with Fulham at Craven Cottage.
It was a frustrating afternoon for Nahki Wells and his Bristol City teammates who lost their Severnside derby bragging rights in a 2-0 defeat to Cardiff City.
Cardiff struck twice in the first half at Ashton Gate through headers from Curtis Nelson and Kieffer Moore.
It means Bristol City would see their unbeaten four-game home streak come to an end as Mick McCarthy’s men secured a first win under his tenure.
It’s a result that leaves Bristol City 10th in the Sky Bet Championship and six points clear of the sixth spot.
Kane Crichlow was not part of the Watford team that will still be thinking a point gained or two dropped?
Watford traveled to Coventry and came away with a 0 – 0 draw.
Justin Donawa and his Solihull teammates came away with a point on the road against Eastleigh.
Against the run of play, the home side took the lead in the 21st minute. A long ball up the field was held up before it was laid off to Tyrone Barnett who curled a left-footed strike into the top corner.
Donawa came off the bench in the 75th minute, and the equalizer came in the 3rd minute of stoppage time when Joe Sbarra scored from close range.
Dale Eve’s Spennymoor Town confirmed that the club has voted to null and void the 2020/21 Vanarama National League North season.
All of the decisions the club has made throughout the global health crisis have been guided by one key principle: ensuring the safety of our players, staff, volunteers, and supporters.
Therefore, the primary reason for the club’s decision is on the grounds of safety.
The league’s decision to suspend the season was the correct one, considering the spread of infection and lack of protection for players and officials. However, the league is now proposing to restart with no testing protocol in place, despite infection rates still considered to be out of control.
Additionally, there is now an unsurmountable pile-up of fixtures to complete, which is not sensible given the country’s current situation. It would mean exposing players to risk up to three times per week, which is not acceptable.
KOLE HALL & DALE EVE
Kole Hall’s AFC Telford United's fixture with Dale Eve’s Spennymoor Town has been postponed.
Hall’s AFC Telford recently voted to declare the National League North season null and void after a row between clubs and the league over Covid testing and funding.
Hall and his teammates were set to end a two-week break at home to Eve and Spennymoor but after voting to end the season they did not want the game to go ahead.
The league had ordered all fixtures to take place while clubs are still voting on the resolutions, despite there being just under a month's gap until the result of the vote is announced.