- CHELTENHAM TOWN 1 - 0 CHESTERFIELD
Cheltenham Town moved into the League Two automatic promotion places after a last minute goal from Paul Benson earned them three points against Chesterfield.
The visitors had the better chances, but the home side improved once Jermaine McGlashan came off the bench. The winger caused Chesterfield's left-back Nathan Smith numerous problems. On one occasion he earned a corner, which saw Jason Taylor volleying marginally over the cross bar.
Chesterfields's best chance fell to Jack Lester. The veteran striker fired a left footed shot just wide of Scott Brown's right post.
The deadlock was finally broken in stoppage time. Billy Jones' cross was headed home by Benson for his third goal for the club. Mark Yates' men are now third in the table, five points off top spot.
- BRISTOL CITY 0 - 0 BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION
Bristol City drew 0-0 for the second time in four days to leave Sean O'Driscoll's side three points from safety at the foot of the npower Championship.
The Ashton Gate crowd, who are yet to see their side lose at home under the former Nottingham Forest boss, watched their side carve out plenty of chances against Brighton but they failed to find a way past Tomasz Kuszczak.
Albion, who failed to have a shot on or off target, put in a resolute defensive display to earn a point which keeps them in the play-off places.
A dull first half saw City create all the chances. Cole Skuse had two shots blocked after 15 minutes and Tomasz Kuszczak had to save from Paul Anderson and Liam Kelly.
City continued to look the more threatening side at the start of the second half, with Anderson and Kelly shooting over from distance.
Then Moloney let fly from 20 yards and saw his low effort deflected inches past a post with Kuszczak rooted to the spot.
Brighton huffed and puffed without being able to penetrate a home side who battled for every ball.
So City are now unbeaten in three games, but they remain bottom - three points from safety. They have another home game on Saturday as Middlesbrough visit Ashton Gate.