Overseas stars back in action
After the jubilation of guiding Bermuda to qualification for the Gold Cup for the first time, a number of the nation's overseas players will be getting back to domestic league action today.
Nahki Wells will be aiming to help Queens Park Rangers halt a four-game winless streak when they host relegation-threatened Bolton Wanderers at Loftus Road today.
Wells, on loan at the Sky Bet Championship side from Premier League Burnley, will be aiming to help QPR, currently in seventeenth, move further clear of the relegation zone with three points over 23rd-placed Bolton.
Jonté Smith will be hopeful of being part of the Oxford United squad that hosts Wycombe Wanderers in League One today.
Smith, is yet to feature for Karl Robinson's first team since his move from non-league outfit Lewes last month.
Oxford sit in fourteenth, four points clear of the drop zone, and two ahead of their opponents in sixteenth.
Another player who will be aiming to help his side move clear of the drop zone is Reggie Lambe as his Cambridge United team host Colchester United at the Abbey Stadium today.
Cambridge, who drew 2-2 with Carlisle United last time out, sit in twentieth position with 42 points, eight clear of Macclesfield Town in the final relegation place, while Colchester occupy ninth place in the table.
n Bermuda captain Dante Leverock played a full 90 minutes as Sligo Rovers suffered a 2-0 defeat to Derry City in the SSC Airtricity League yesterday. The defeat leaves Sligo in eighth in the ten team standings.