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Loan Round-Up: Wildschut helps Bolton to hard-earned point

24 September 2018

A number of Norwich City players out on loan enjoyed another busy weekend of football with their clubs.

In the Championship, Yanic Wildschut played the closing minutes as Bolton Wanderers held on for a goalless draw at Ipswich Town.

Marc Wilson was shown a red card in the first-half, meaning the Trotters would have to play the final hour a man down.

But they managed to hold out for a point to extend Ipswich’s winless run at the start of this season to nine league matches.

Remi Matthews was an unused substitute at Portman Road.

In the same division, the injured Sean Raggett watched on from the sidelines as Rotherham United were beaten 1-0 at Nottingham Forest.

Further down the league pyramid, James Husband was not included in Fleetwood Town’s matchday squad as they were beaten 1-0 by Scunthorpe United.

In League Two, Diallang Jaiyesimi played 56 minutes but Yeovil Town’s unbeaten run came to an end following a 3-0 defeat at home to Swindon Town.

Jaiyesimi was replaced shortly after the start of the second-half by Olufela Olomola and Swindon went on to score three times to ease to victory.

Elsewhere in League Two, Tristan Abrahams was left out of Exeter City’s 3-1 victory over Cheltenham Town.

In Scotland, Hearts dropped points for the first time this season as Steven Naismith had a penalty saved in a goalless draw with Livingston.

Naismith played the full match as Hearts drew a blank at Tynecastle. The City loanee had their best chance to win it but his spot kick was saved by Liam Kelly in first-half injury time.

Also in the Scottish Premiership, Hamilton Academical recorded a 3-0 win over St Mirren on Saturday but Mason Bloomfield wasn’t included in the matchday squad.

Overseas, Savvas Mourgos played 72 minutes of Dordrecht’s 2-1 defeat at MVV Maastricht.

And in Germany, Marcel Franke played the full 90 minutes of Darmstadt’s 4-1 defeat at Dynamo Dresden.


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