Away from Wembley and the Stade de France, or the Friends Arena in Stockholm, it was down in south Wales at Rodney Parade where the weekend’s action truly began on Friday night. Newport County kickstarted a hectic 24 hours or so for teams in the third and fourth tier of English football, for whom next year’s World Cup is merely a pipe dream. Anton Forrester equalised to earn Port Vale a point last night, after Matty Dolan had opened the scoring for the hosts, with his first goal for the club.
As for today’s bits and pieces, it would be silly not to keep an eye on events at Bloomfield Road. The Oyston family put Blackpool up for sale on Friday afternoon, shortly after the EFL announced Ben Toner would not be taking charge of their match against Portsmouth this afternoon, due to “increased attention” on the fixture.
Elsewhere in League One, high-flying Bradford City host Plymouth Argyle and Scunthorpe United take on Bristol Rovers. And a word for James Coppinger, making his 550th appearance for Doncaster Rovers, against Rotherham in the early kick-off. But what’s happening in League Two? Notts County travel to Stevenage and Yeovil supporters are making the 660-mile round trip to Carlisle. It’s not all bad, though, as Darren Way and his squad have put their hands in their pockets to reward each Glovers fan with a pie and a pint upon arrival at Brunton Park. Lovely. In the National League, leaders Dover Athletic take on big-spending Eastleigh, while Tranmere Rovers host Dagenham & Redbridge.
So, without further ado, let’s get started.
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