Greg Stewart’s brace on Wednesday night took Kilmarnock to the top of the Scottish Premier League.
The Blues loanee has been in exceptional form since joining Killie, scoring seven and assisting a further four to help his new side defy the odds.
Unfortunately for Stewart and his team mates, they were trounced 5-1 on Saturday by a rampant Celtic side and dropped to third. Fun while it lasted though, eh?
Moving further abroad, Cheick Keita returned to Claude Makelele’s KAS Eupen side but couldn’t help prevent a 2-0 loss to Genk. Cheick N’Doye was unable to play as Angers’ fixture was called off due to continued protests in France.
Moving back to England, Steve Seddon was restored to left-back after a spell further forward but was on the wrong end of a 1-0 result at home to title challengers Lincoln City.
Corey O’Keeffe started for Solihull Moors as their incredible run of clean sheets finally came to an end at Sutton United. Luke Maxwell was an unused substitute. They play Blackpool on Tuesday night in what is quite possibly the biggest night in Solihull Moors’ history – the winner hosts Arsenal in round three.
In the Conference South, Jake Weaver started for Hungerford Town who ended a run of five games without victory thanks to a last minute winner. Odin Bailey started on the bench for Gloucester City but played 79 minutes in a 0-0 home draw.