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Crystal Palace and Middlesbrough both drop points while Tranmere and Doncaster are still tied at the top of League One and Port Vale replace Gillingham at the top of League Two

CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

WEEKEND IN FULL
Barnsley
Bolton
Brighton
Bristol City
Burnley

Cardiff
Charlton
Huddersfield
Middlesbrough
Nottm Forest
Hull
2-0
1-1
2-1
0-4

1-0
0-0
2-1
0-1
1-2
2-1
L-L

Leeds United
Millwall
Derby
Leicester

Crystal Palace
Ipswich
Blackpool
Birmingham
Watford
Peterborough
Sheff Wed
Leicester City climbed into third place thanks to a stunning hat-trick from January signing Chris Wood. The 4-0 win against Bristol City at Ashton Gate took the New Zealand international's goal tally to 6 goals in 3 games for the Foxes.

An 81st minute finish from Junior Stanislas earned Burnley a home win against Crystal Palace. The Eagles slipped into fourth place as a result, joint on points with fellow promotion prospects Leicester and Middlesbrough.

Middlesbrough slipped down a place after their 2-1 home defeat to Watford. Hornet's Striker Matej Vydra netted in each half before the hosts managed a consolation effort in stoppage time through Scott McDonald.

Barnsley, who are still without a manager following the dismissal of Keith Hill, coasted to an impressive 2-0 win against Leeds United at Oakwell Stadium. The victory sees the hosts finally climb off the bottom of the table after Bristol City's loss.

Elliot Ward scored in the 83rd minute to give Nottingham Forest a 2-1 victory against Peterborough United. The striker on loan from Norwich cancelled out Manchester United loanee Scott Wooton's goal as the vistors drop closer to the relegation zone.

LEAGUE ONE RESULTS

WEEKEND IN FULL
Bournemouth
Colchester
Leyton Orient
MK Dons
Oldham

Portsmouth
Sheff Utd
Shrewsbury
Stevenage
Tranmere
1-1
1-2
1-1

1-1
0-2
P-P
0-2
1-1
1-2
2-0
Swindon
Scunthorpe
Crewe
Bury

Brentford
Notts County
Yeovil
Hartlepool
Doncaster
Crawley
Bournemouth set a new club record of 18 games unbeaten in all competitions following their 1-1 draw with Swindon at Dean Court. A half-time pitch inspection nearly abandoned the game but officials gave the go ahead to start the second half. Andy William cancelled out Harry Arter's first half goal to finish the game all square.

Tranmere retained their spot at the top of the table with a 2-0 home win against Crawley Town. David Amoo opened the scoring with a close-range shot before Zoumana Bakayogo doubled the lead with a deflected striker off goalkeeper Paul Jones leaving the visitors in 9th place.

Doncaster are breathing down Tranmere's necks as they sit joint on 53 points in second place after their 2-1 away win at Stevenage. Rob Jones scored a dramatic stoppage-time header to give all three points to Rovers.

Scunthorpe earned an impressive 2-1 win away at Colchester thanks to a 25-yard belter from Jimmy Ryan and a comfortable finish by Andy Barcham. The victory means that the away side finally move out of the relegation zone while Colchester fall into the danger area in 21st place.

Bury earned a 1-1 away draw with play-off hopefuls MK Dons thanks to a Steven Schumacher volley. Dean Bowditch initially put Dons ahead with a curled shot but the visitors battled hard and rise to 22nd place as Portsmouth's match with Notts County was postponed.
 
LEAGUE TWO RESULTS

WEEKEND IN FULL
Wimbledon
Aldershot
Bradford
Burton Albion
Cheltenham

Chesterfield
Dag & Red
Exeter
Fleetwood
Gillingham
Plymouth
Rotherham
2-2
2-0
1-2

2-1
1-1
3-0
1-1
3-0
0-3
1-2
2-1
0-2
Wycombe
Accrington
Oxford United
Torquay

Tork
Northampton
Rochdale
Southend
Bristol Rovers
Port Vale

Morcambe
Barnet
Port Vale overtook Gillingham to rise to the top of League Two with a 2-1 victory over The Gills. Adam Yates lofted the ball into the box for Top Pope to head in to send the visitors a goal up. Adam Barrett then hit the ball into his own net to double the lead for the Valiants.

Exeter shot into the automatic promotion spots with a dazzling 3-0 win at home against Northampton. John O'Flynn scored in each half and Scot Bennett saw his looped header cross the visitors' goal-line.

Relegation-threatened Wimbledon were denied a third straight league victory following their 1-1 draw with Wycombe. Matt McClure salvaged a 72nd minute equaliser for the visitors to cancel Paul McCallum's first-half double.

Oxford United came from behind to beat Bradford 2-1 at Valley Parade. Nahki Wells put the home side up before Sean Rigg thumped home an equaliser. Peter Leven converted a penalty in stoppage time after Alfie Potter was tripped.

Burton Albion are firmly in a play-off position after their 2-1 home win against Torquay United. Manager of the month Gary Rowett spurred his side to come back from a goal down after Calvin Zola netted his 12th goal of the season, cancelling Ryan Jarvis' first half finish. Matt Paterson scored the winner to send the home fans celebrating.

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