Weekend assessment: 5 stuff you might need missed!

The EFL motion continued on the weekend throughout the Sky Bet Championship, League One and League Two and, as traditional, produced loads of drama!

Dike helps Barnsley to seven in a row

Daryl Dike’s second-half strike helped Barnsley choose up their seventh league win in a row.

Valerien Ismael’s males are actually within the Play-Off locations within the Sky Bet Championship and are one of many teams to observe heading into the final weeks of the season.

The Tykes have overwhelmed the likes of Brentford and Bristol City in the course of the run, additional highlighting how fantastic their performances have been of late.

600 not out for membership legend 

James Coppinger will definitely go down as a family identify all through the City of Doncaster.

The 40-year-old midfielder marked his 600th EFL look for the South Yorkshire outfit on Saturday with two gorgeous assists as Rovers gained 2-1 against Plymouth Argyle.

Crosses from ‘Copps’ have been met by Tom Anderson and Omar Bogle both side of half-time, serving to Andy Butler card his second win since taking the reins on the Keepmoat Stadium.

Grecians’ hat-trick hero

Exeter City‘s Matt Jay was definitely within the temper against Leyton Orient on the weekend, netting a hat-trick at St James Park within the early kick-off in Sky Bet League Two.

Two first-half goals and one within the second interval noticed Jay choose up the match ball and the Grecians all three points.

That win sees Matt Taylor’s side move to inside a point of the Play-Off locations.

Rovers cease the rot

It has been a protracted time coming for Blackburn Rovers, however they lastly managed to celebrate a win on the weekend.

A 2-0 win at The Den against Millwall gave Tony Mowbray’s males their first win in seven video games in league motion, relieving some stress on the 57-year-old.

Bradley Dack and Sam Gallagher have been on the scoresheet in that win, with the former netting his first goal since 2 January.

Cobblers stun Pompey

It was a case of a day to recollect and a day to neglect for Northampton City and Portsmouth respectively.

The Cobblers have been definitely within the temper from the off, and discovered themselves 4-0 up at half-time.

Pompey did get one back within the second half, although; Ellis Harrison netting from the penalty spot.

Kenny Jackett might be hoping that his side can get back to winning methods in midweek, earlier than the 2020 Papa John’s Trophy Final against Salford City on Saturday afternoon. 

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