Allan McGregor suffered the disappointment of conceding a last-minute equaliser at the weekend as his Cardiff City side drew 1-1 with Birmingham City. Cardiff had led through a Joe Ralls penalty, but Lukas Jutkiewicz struck in the 89th minute as the points were shared.
It was an even more disappointing Saturday for James Weir at Wigan Athletic. He came off the bench for the final 22 minutes of their home game with Bristol City but a goal two minutes from time saw them beaten 1-0, a result which cost former Tigers boss Warren Joyce his job. Alex Bruce didn’t feature in the Wigan squad in what was Joyce’s final game as manager.
In League Two, Max Clark made a return to action as he started for Cambridge United in their away game against Carlisle United. Clark played 76 minutes, winning a penalty for his side in their convincing 3-0 win.
Harvey Rodgers played the full 90 minutes as Accrington Stanley’s long trip to Exeter City brought the reward of three points from a 2-0 win, with young striker Jonathan Edwards watching on from the bench.
Like Edwards, Josh Clackstone was also an unused substitute at the weekend as Notts County won 2-1 against Hartlepool United.