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Norwich City loan watch: Marshall helps Millwall pick up a point at Boro

PUBLISHED: 18:07 19 January 2019 | UPDATED: 18:07 19 January 2019

Ben Marshall was back in a Millwall shirt on Saturday, after joining on loan from Norwich, during a 1-1 draw at Middlesbrough Picture: STEVE WALLER

Ben Marshall was back in a Millwall shirt on Saturday, after joining on loan from Norwich, during a 1-1 draw at Middlesbrough Picture: STEVE WALLER

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Ben Marshall was straight into loan action for Millwall and did parent club Norwich City a favour by helping to earn a draw away to the promotion hopefuls.

The winger played 73 minutes of the Lions 1-1 draw at Boro this afternoon, with the hosts only grabbing a point thanks to a late Jordan Hugill penalty.

City defender Sean Raggett – after losing a tooth during a defeat at Ipswich the previous weekend – was left on the bench as struggling Rotherham lost 4-2 at home to Brentford.

It was a better weekend for Matt Jarvis with Walsall though, setting up the second goal as he played 80 minutes of a 3-0 win away to his former club Gillingham in League One, while left-back James Husband played the full game as Fleetwood drew 1-1 at Rochdale.

Young striker Tristan Abrahams came on in the 86th minute but couldn’t find an equaliser as Exeter lost 1-0 away to Newport in League Two.

There was a debut for defender Timi Odusina, playing 90 minutes as AFC Fylde won 2-0 at home to National League promotion rivals Wrexham.

Devonte Aransibia came on in the 57th minute of a 2-2 draw at Concord Rangers for Billericay Town in National League South and keeper Billy Johnson kept his starting place as Lowestoft drew 0-0 at home against Redditch, making a vital save just before half-time in the Southern League Premier Division Central clash.

Irish winger Simon Power was an unused substitute again as Dordrecht picked up a vital 1-0 win at AZ Alkmaar U21s on Friday night, to move off the bottom of the Dutch second tier table.


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