Keshi Anderson continued his good start to life on loan at Swindon Town by netting one and assisting the other in their victory against Cambridge United last Saturday.
The striker opened the scoring on 13 minutes by scrambling the ball home at the third attempt to net his second of the campaign for the Robins, and then two minutes from time the Palace man slipped in Harry Smith for an emphatic finish to clinch the points.
The victory lifts Swindon into ninth position, just two points off the play-off places having won three of their last four matches, with a local derby against Cheltenham Town on Saturday next on the horizon.
Also in League Two action was Ryan Inniss, who played the full 90 minutes as Colchester United picked up their first away win of the campaign at Yeovil Town.
In his sixth appearance for the U’s, the Eagles centre-back managed to register his first clean sheet in blue and white against one of his former clubs to help his current team climb six places to 16th spot, and crucially seven points clear of the relegation zone. Inniss could be next in action on Tuesday night against another of his old clubs in Gillingham in an EFL Trophy tie.
Jonny Williams could feature for Wales this weekend having been called up to Chris Coleman’s squad for their make-or-break 2018 World Cup qualifiers, but last Saturday saw him come off the bench for the final six minutes of Sunderland’s 2-2 draw against Preston North End.
It was his fifth appearance for the Black Cats since his deadline day move just over a month ago, but the point wasn’t enough to lift them out of the bottom three having only won one of their opening seven league matches.