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Having tasted football's highs last week, Jordan Archer experienced the other side of the coin for Wycombe at the weekend.

The goalkeeper made a triple save as Wycombe, scrapping for every point at the wrong end of League Two, earned a point at Aldershot on Tuesday.

That looked like being the same outcome for the Chairboys against high-flying Rochdale on Saturday but with the scoreline at 1-1, Bobby Grant let fly and his shot took a huge deflection, leaving Jordan stranded as the ball looped home to hand Rochdale a 2-1 win.

Staying in League Two, Jack Munns was an unused substitute as Aldershot lost 2-1 at home to Bradford.

In League One, John Bostock was back in the starting line-up for Swindon and played his part in the build-up to the second goal as Paolo Di Canio's men beat Walsall 2-0 at the Bank's Stadium.

The midfielder played 80 minutes and later tested Walsall goalkeeper David Graf.

Nathan Byrne was back from injury for Crawley and played the full 90 minutes in a 1-1 draw at Notts County.

In the Championship, Adam Smith put in a full shift as Millwall beat Derby 2-1 at the New Den, while Jermaine Jenas came off the bench in the 53rd minute as Forest drew 2-2 at Leicester City.

In the Premier League, Danny Rose played 90 minutes as Sunderland were hauled back by Everton on Saturday. The Black Cats led 1-0 but a quickfire double from Marouane Fellaini and Nikica Jelavic turned it around for the Toffees.

Away from the UK, Bongani Khumalo played 90 minutes in PAOK's 2-1 win against Platanias. PAOK remain second in the Greek Super League, five points behind Olympiacos.

Meanwhile, Massimo Luongo has returned from his loan spell at Ipswich Town.