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Swindon up to second after goal-less draw

Swindon Town's goalkeeper Wes Foderingham punches the ball clear from Notts County's Enoch Showunmi. Photo: Tony Marshall / PA Wire

LEAGUE ONE

  • SWINDON TOWN 0 - 0 NOTTS COUNTY

Swindon Town moved into the League One automatic promotion places after a goal-less draw with Notts County at the County Ground.

County's goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski made several good saves, and Adam Rooney headed against the post.

The visitors also had chances to win the game. Alan Judge's curling effort was tipped over by Wes Foderingham, and from the resulting corner former Bristol City striker Enoch Showumni hit the bar.

Swindon Town's Andy Williams heads the ball off the line from Notts County's Enoch Showunmi. Credit: Tony Marshall / PA Wire
  • CARLISLE UNITED 3 - 3 YEOVIL TOWN

Yeovil Town let slip a 3-1 lead to draw with Carlisle at Brunton Park. Kevin Dawson, Paddy Madden - against his former club - and James Hayter had put the Glovers seemingly on their way to three points.

But they conceded two goals in the last three minutes. Lee Miller scored his second of the afternoon shortly before Luke Ayling turned the ball into his own net in the 94th minute.

Paddy Madden scored against his former club to put Yeovil 2-1 ahead at Carlisle. Credit: Mike Egerton/EMPICS Sport
Swindon are one of three teams level on 67 points. Yeovil move up one place to 6th after their draw.

LEAGUE TWO

  • BARNET 0 - 0 CHELTENHAM TOWN
Barnet's Harry Crawford is challenged by Cheltenham's Billy Jones (left) and Steve Elliott (right). Credit: Nigel French/EMPICS Sport

Cheltenham and Barnet battled out a goal-less draw in difficult conditions at Underhill.

After a quiet first half, Jermaine McGlashan hit the post with a cross come shot early in the second half.

John Oster went close for Edgar Davids' men, but his strike brushed the side netting as it flew past the upright.

Sam Deering and Kaid Mohamed both curled efforts around the post, before Mark Byrne almost won it for the home side late in the game, but was inches wide of goal.

Cheltenham drop one place to fifth after their goal-less draw at Barnet.

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