Lomana LuaLua, were on target as the Hampshire team climbed into third place with a 2-1 defeat of visitors Watford. Nigeria’s Kanu equalised with his eighth goal of the season and Congo star LuaLua’s winner came from an 89th-minute penalty.
Charlton, under new manager Les Reed, stay bottom after losing 2-0 at Reading. Reed has replaced Iain Dowie, sacked after just 15 matches , having taken over from Alan Curbishley who was manager for 15 years.
John Collins, the new Hibernian manager, celebrated a 6-1 win at Motherwell in the Scottish Premier. Rangers lie second, behind runaway leaders Celtic and ahead of Aberdeen on goal-difference, after winning 1-0 at Hearts. Nacho Novo scored with 12 minutes left. – John Hughes
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