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Weekend Roundup: Christie, Hourihane, Murphy and McGoldrick score

Saturday, 23 September 2017
Championship
Fulham 1-1 Middlesbrough

Cyrus Christie scored his first goal for Middlesbrough, eleven months after his last goal in October 2016

Leeds United 3-2 Ipswich

David McGoldrick scored his fifth goal of the season

Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-1 Barnsley

Matt Doherty made his 150th start for Wolverhampton Wanderers

Aston Villa 2-1 Nottingham Forest

Conor Hourihane scored his fifth goal of the season (his first goal since August 19th) in his 50th appearance in the Championship
Daryl Murphy scored his fifth goal for Nottingham Forest

League 1
Bristol Rovers 3-1 Blackpool

Ryan Sweeney scored his second goal of the season in his 25th appearance for Bristol Rovers

Charlton 1-1 Bury

Callum Reilly made his first start since Thursday, 10th August

Fleetwood 2-4 Southend United

Michael Timlin made his 150th appearance in League One

Plymouth 0-3 Doncaster Rovers

Ian Lawlor made his 50th career appearance

Rochdale 3-0 Gillingham

Joe Rafferty scored his first goal of the season, 18 months after his last goal in March 2016

Rotherham 5-1 Oldham

Anthony Forde scored his fifth goal for Rotherham, this was also the 15th goal of the winger’s career

League 2
Barnet 1-2 Crawley

Mark Connolly was booked for the first time this season in his first appearance since Saturday, 12th August

Colchester 1-2 Wycombe Wanderers

Sean Murray made his 25th appearance for Colchester

Coventry 2-0 Exeter

Michael Doyle was booked for the first time this season

Scottish Premier League
St Johnstone 2-1 Hamilton Academical

Graham Cummins returned to the St Johnstone starting XI for his first start since Saturday, 5th August

Partick Thistle 1-1 Hearts

Niall Keown made his 25th career start

Sunday, 24 September 2017
Premier League
Brighton and Hove Albion 1-0 Newcastle Utd

Shane Duffy was booked for the first time this season

Scottish Premier League

Motherwell 0-1 Aberdeen

Carl McHugh made his 25th appearance in SPL

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Martin O’Neill: “We need the crowd badly” against Moldova

Gareth Bale ruled out of Ireland clash