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Jon Obika was the width of the crossbar away from another priceless goal for Millwall on Friday night.

Jon Obika was the width of the crossbar away from another priceless goal for Millwall on Friday night.

The young striker, 18, entered the fray early from the substitute's bench at Huddersfield after a fifth-minute injury to Shaun Batt.

The match pitted together third versus sixth in League One with Millwall battling it out with Leeds, Charlton and Swindon for the second automatic promotion spot into the Championship.

Jon, who grabbed an injury time equaliser against Yeovil last week, was soon in the action at the McAlpine Stadium as he fired a shot across goal in the first half.

Peter Clarke headed Huddersfield into the lead in the 39th minute and Jon was presented with Millwall's best chance late on - only to see his header cannon back off the crossbar. Huddersfield won 1-0, but the scores went Millwall's way on Saturday as Charlton and Leeds lost and Swindon were held to a draw.

Staying in League One, Steven Caulker and Yeovil looked set for a good point against in-form Southampton only for ex-Spur Lee Barnard to head home the winner in added time. It was 'Barney's' 26th goal of the campaign, including 17 at Southend before his January move.

Adel Taarabt looked lively again for QPR in the Championship but could do little as Cardiff took the points 1-0 at Loftus Road. Adel hit the post and created Rangers' best chances but his side succumbed to Joe Ledley's 80th-minute goal.

Kyle Naughton played 90 minutes as Middlesbrough's play-off hopes were ended with a 2-0 loss at West Brom.

In League Two, David Button helped Shrewsbury cling onto their feint hopes of a play-off spot with a clean sheet and 1-0 win against Lincoln City. David kept out David Sommeil and Stephen Lennon. Ex-Spur Rob Burch was at the other end for Lincoln.

Of our more senior players on loan, Robbie Keane scored again as Celtic beat Hibernian 3-2 in the Scottish Premier League.

It continued the striker's excellent form since moving north of the border, where he has done enough over the last three months to clinch the Glasgow club's Player of the Year Award as voted for by supporters.

Alan Hutton returned from injury to help Sunderland to a 2-1 win against Burnley. In Turkey, Giovani played 90 minutes as Galatasaray beat Manisapor 2-1 in the Turkcell Super Lig.