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Tranmere and Doncaster both failed to take advantage of each other's slip-ups at the top of League One whilst Port Vale replaced Gillingham as League Two leaders

CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS
WEEKEND IN FULL
Birmingham
Blackburn
Blackpool
Crystal Palace
Derby

Ipswich
Leeds United
Millwall
Peterborough
Sheff Wed
Watford
2-1
2-0
1-2
2-1

3-0
4-0
0-1
0-1
2-2
3-1
2-1
Nottm Forest
Bristol City
Barnsley
Charlton

Huddersfield
Middlesbrough
Cardiff
Hull
Burnley
Brighton
Bolton

Cardiff extended their lead at the top of the Championship to ten points with a 1-0 victory against Leeds United. January signing Fraizer Campbell scored the only goal of the game on his debut for the club.

Hull City also boosted their chances of automatic promotion with a narrow 1-0 win at Millwall. The visitors moved level on points with second-placed Leicester thanks to a David Meyler strike which came in the very first minute of the match.

Watford, meanwhile, moved to one place behind the Tigers with a comeback victory against Bolton. Marvin Sordell converted a penalty for the Wanderers after half an hour but Gianfranco Zola's men were soon level thanks to Matej Vydra's 19th league goal of the campaign. And the hosts completed the turnaround in the 70th minute as Almen Abdi helped secure all three points.

Crystal Palace also remain in the play-off positions after clinching their first victory in four matches with a south London derby win over Charlton. Glenn Murray netted twice within four minutes during the second half to give the hosts the bragging rights.

Alex McLeish was left empty-handed upon his return to Birmingham as Nottingham Forest slipped to a 2-1 defeat. Chris Burke, a player who had been strongly linked with a move to Forest in January, grabbed both the goals to rub salt in the Scottish boss' wounds.

LEAGUE ONE RESULTS

WEEKEND IN FULL
Bury
Crewe
Hartlepool
MK Dons
Portsmouth

Preston
Stevenage
Tranmere
Walsall
Yeovil
Crawley
2-0
1-0
2-1

0-3

2-3
1-2
0-1
0-1
3-1
3-0
L-L
Doncaster
Scunthorpe
Notts County
Bournemouth

Colchester
Shrewsbury
Leyton Orient
 Carlisle
Oldham
Brentford
Swindon
Hartlepool managed only their second home win in League One this season with victory over Notts County. Aptly named duo Peter Hartley and James Poole scored the goals for the hosts as they ran out 2-1 winners.

Meanwhile, Rory Loy's first-half finish helped strugglers Carlisle pull off an unlikely away victory over league leaders Tranmere Rovers. Rovers were playing with 10 men following the sending off of Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro, who had needlessly kicked out at Frank Simek.

Yeovil edged nearer to the play-off positions as they ran out convincing winners against Brentford. Paddy Madden scored his 14th goal of the season before Ed Upson and Dan Burn hit home to move the Glovers within two points of their fifth-placed opposition.

Shrewsbury also significantly closed the gap between themselves and Preston down in 18th and 17th respectively with a 2-1 win at Deepdale. Matt Richards' injury-time penalty secured a vital victory for the visitors and dragged North End nearer towards the relegation mire.

LEAGUE TWO RESULTS

WEEKEND IN FULL
AFC Wimbledon
Cheltenham
Exeter
Fleetwood
Plymouth

Port Vale
Rochdale
Rotherham
Southend
York
1-1
2-1
0-0

2-2

0-0
3-0
1-1
3-1
1-0
1-4
Burton Albion
Torquay
Aldershot
Bradford

Dag & Red
Accrington
Chesterfield
Northampton
Oxford Utd
Morcambe
Port Vale soared to the top of League Two as they cruised to a 3-0 win over Accrington. Lee Hughes netted twice on his home debut and was joined by Darren Purse on the scoresheet against ten-man Stanley, who remain in 20th.

Cheltenham, meanwhile, climbed up to third with a 2-1 win against Torquay. Keith Lowe opened the scoring for the hosts with his fifth goal of the season before Shaun Harrad doubled the lead. Rene Howe pulled a goal back for the visitors but they could not find an equaliser.

Exeter dropped down to 7th as they were held to a goalless draw by Aldershot. Asa Hall was denied the perfect debut as he hit the bar with a close-range header in the 25th minute whilst Shots keeper Jamie Young prevented Jamie Cureton stealing the points late on.

Southend leapfrogged the Grecians to go up to 5th as they scraped a 1-0 home victory against Oxford United. Tyan Leonard scored within four minutes of coming on a substitute for the hosts, to seal a win which sees the visitors drop down to 13th.

Morecambe also climbed the table to take 12th place with 4-1 victory away at York. Lewis Alessandra opened the scoring for the Shrimps before Jason Walker levelled from the penalty spot. Kevin Ellison then put the visitors back ahead before Jack Redshaw wrapped up the game with his ninth and tenth goals of the campaign.

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