Manchester Unitedg U23's saw off Blackburn U23's 3-0 at Leigh Sports Village Stadium to seal vital 3 points in the Premier League 2 Division one table. Manchester United U23's goals were scored by Anthony Elanga and Shola Shoretire who scored twice including a goal which was deflected in by Annsley. Manchester United first team centre-back Phil Jones played for 45 minutes before being substututed for Hardley as they boys held on for a comfortable 3-0 victory. Following the 3-0 win, Manchester United U23's climbed up to position 3 in the Premier League 2 Standings with 14 points while Blackburn U23's dropped to position 11 with 7 points.
Chelsea U23's won 2-0 against Derby U23's at home to seal their second Premier League 2 victory of the season. Chelsea U23's goals were scored at stoppage time by McEchan and Fiabena after Vale missed a penatly in the 81st minute following Hutchinson red card. After their 2-0 victory, Chelsea U23's climbed up to position 10 in the Premier League 2 table standings with 8 points while Derby U23's remained anchored at the bottom of the Premier League 2 table with 3 points.
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