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Loan watch: Crowds return

There was some return to normality at the weekend, with some of City's loanees able to play football in front of supporters for the first time since March.

That was the case for Hakeeb Adelakun and Robbie Cundy with Hull City and Cambridge United, respectably.

Both teams played away meaning they weren't able to play in front of their club fans but still had an attendance.

Adelakun played 45 minutes in Hull's 1-1 draw at Oxford United, a result which keeps the Tigers two points clear at the top of League two.

In the Vanarama National League South, Tommy Conway featured in Bath City's 2-1 away win over Dorking Wanderers.

Kasey Palmer came off the bench in Swansea City's 2-0 win over Luton town. The Hatters were reduced to ten men when Matty Pearson's overhead kick attempt clashed with Marc Guehi, just before Palmer was introduced.

Owura Edwards played the full 90 minutes but ended on the losing side with Grimsby Town beaten 2-1 away to Colchester. Previously mentioned Cundy featured in Cambridge United's 2-1 loss to Oldham Athletic, with the Latics earning three points in front of their home support.

 

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