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STOKE City slumped to another defeat this time at the hands of Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road on Tuesday night.

Rangers who had not won in their last thirteen games scored from a penalty on 11 minutes as Dykes slotted the ball home from the spot, City equalised on the stroke of half-time as Mmaee netted for the Potters.

In the second half Stevens was sent-off for Stoke on 53 minutes but, it was City who took the lead on 59 minutes with goal from Burger, QPR pushed Stoke back into their own half for the rest of the second half and on 79 minutes got the equaliser from Dykes who scored his second goal of the game then City capitulated as firstly Pearson put into his own net and then Willock scored for the home side 4 minutes into time added on to send the Potters home empty handed and give Rangers all three points. Attendance: 16,901

PORT Vale also suffered defeat as they lost out to Derby County.

County got the all important goal on 77 minutes with a goal from John-Jules in a game that had very few chances and the points heding back to the East Midlands.

The result leaves the Valiants in nineteenth place in the table just four points off the relegation zone: Attendance 8,062

CREWE Alexandra had the best result of our local EFL sides as they got a draw at the VBS Community Stadium.

The Alex opened the scoring on 17 minutes with a goal from Baker-Richardson but, the home side equalised eleven minutes later as John netted for Sutton on 28 minutes.

The result drops the railwaymen a place in the table as they are currently fifth in the table on goal difference with Mansfield Town. Attendance: 2,233.

In the Northern Premier League West Division Nantwich Town came from behind to gain a comfortable victory over Witton Albion at the U Lock It Stadium.

Lowton scored for the home side on 21 minutes with Town quickly replying to level up the scores on 26 minutes as Ali netted for the visitors.

In the second half Evans scored a brace for Nantwich with goal on 55 and 65 minutes before Bourne sealed the victory with a goal on 80 minutes to take the points back to Cheshire: Attendance 348.


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