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Loan Watch: Woodman keeps clean sheet in South Wales derby

Written by Luke Vinton

Goalkeeper Freddie Woodman kept a clean sheet as Swansea City gained a 1-0 win against local rivals Cardiff City on Sunday afternoon.

Bill Wilmot's glancing header secured three points for the Swans at the Liberty Stadium as Steve Cooper's side moved up to fourth in the Championship, two points adrift of league leaders West Bromwich Albion.

Woodman, 22, has now gained five clean sheets so far this term following Swansea's derby triumph against their South Wales opponents.

Elsewhere, Rolando Aarons played 77 minutes in Wycombe Wanderers' 1-0 away victory against Rotherham United, with Scott Kashket scoring the winning goal for Gareth Ainsworth's side, who moved up to second place in League One. Midfielder Dan Barlaser was an unused substitute for the Millers at the New York Stadium.

Kell Watts played the full 90 minutes in Stevenage's important 1-0 victory against Morecambe, with Scott Cuthbert's late winner at the Lamex Stadium moving the home side off the foot of League Two, leapfrogging their visitors in the process.

Meanwhile, midfielder Jacob Murphy and forward Elias Sørensen were both unused substitutes for Sheffield Wednesday and Carlisle United respectively.

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