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Saints Loan Watch: Tuesday, December 2

A bag of mixed results for our loanees last weekend. Let's see how they get on in this week's loan watch.

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Bournemouth missed chance to go top

Arthur Boruc played 90 minutes as Bournemouth was held to a 2-2 draw by Milwall. The host went 2-0 up inside the first 25 minutes thanks to goals from Steve Cook and Brett Pitman, but conceded twice in the last quarter of an hour. The result meant The Cherries dropped from second to fourth on The Championship table.

Norwich poor run continues

Jos Hooiveld was an unused substitute as Norwich City lost to Reading 2-1 at Carrow Road. The host took the lead through Gary Hooper but Jake Cooper scared two headers in the first half to overturn the deficit. Norwich are now without a win in their last four games as they dropped to 11th on the table.

Fourth straight win for Swindon

Swindon Town stretch their winning streak to four as substitute Ben Gladwin nodded from close range in the 86th minute. Southampton pair, Jack Stephens and Jordan Turnbull, played the whole game for the host. The win means Swindon remains in touching distance of League One leader, Bristol City, trailing by a point.

Hibernian advance in Scottish Cup

Hibernian came from behind to defeat fellow Scottish Championship side, Alloa Athletic, 2-1 to advance to the fifth round of The Scottish Cup. Alloa took the lead through Daryll Meggatt speculative effort, but Liam Craig's free kick and David Gray's header gave the visitors the lead before half-time, which they did not relinquished until the final whistle. Jake Sinclair was an unused sub in his side's win.

Osvaldo scored but Inter falls to Roma

Pablo Osvaldo played the whole game for Inter Milan on Sunday, but was unable to help Inter avoid defeat at The Olimpico. Roma took the lead through Gervinho, but Andrea Ranocchia managed to restore parity before half time. Jose Holebas then put Roma back on top before Osvaldo equalized 10 minutes later. But two goals from Miralem Pjanic gave all three points for Roma.