- YEOVIL TOWN 1 - 2 LEEDS UNITED
Brian McDermott's return to the dugout saw Leeds come from behind to earn a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Yeovil at Huish Park.
McDermott had been advised to stay from Elland Road last weekend in the midst of the controversial takeover by Miami-based Italian businessman Massimo Cellino, having been told his time at the club was over.
But having been reinstated on Monday as Cellino waits for Football League approval for his £25million takeover, McDermott was serenaded throughout by his side's supporters despite seeing their side trail at the interval to Ishmael Miller's header.
Ross McCormack's hat-trick heroics in Saturday's 5-1 win over Huddersfield were somewhat overshadowed by the off-field soap opera that was unfolding but he would prove to be the United hero once more with a wonderful curling effort to draw them level seconds after the break.
And McDermott would celebrate victory thanks to a 40-yard free-kick from Stephen Warnock which caught the wind and looped over Yeovil goalkeeper Marek Stech.
The only change for Leeds saw McDermott back on the sidelines and it was a player the former Reading boss made captain who had the game's first chance in the second minute. Having been teed up by Rudolph Austin, McCormack's fizzing effort flew inches over the crossbar.
Both sides were struggling with the swirling wind inside Huish Park and even the most simplest of passing moves were breaking down.
McCormack and Yeovil's own in-form forward Kieffer Moore both failed to make the most of half-chances that came the way before the latter's curling 20-yard effort flew just wide of Paddy Kenny's goal.
And it was his strike partner Miller who broke the deadlock in the 32nd minute when he leapt above Austin to head John Lundstram's inswinging corner across goal and into the bottom corner at the start of an eventful end to the first half for the Nottingham Forest loanee.
Yeovil were enjoying their best spell of the match with Miller agonisingly close to meeting Joel Grant's through ball before Grant nearly doubled the lead with an effort that he knew little about when Kenny raced out to meet the winger.
The visitors then had two chances in quick succession to level, with McCormack underhitting his chip straight into the grateful arms of Stech before former Glover Cameron Stewart shot wide.
Yeovil were then handed the perfect chance to take a two-goal cushion into the break when Sam Byram fouled Kevin Dawson inside the box but Miller's wayward penalty kissed the crossbar on its way into the back of the away end.
And the visitors would make Miller pay for his profligacy just 35 seconds into the second half when McCormack grabbed his 23rd of the campaign with a stunning 25-yard effort that flew across goal and into the top corner after Stech's goalkick hit the wind and fell to the former Cardiff man.
Five minutes later Stech was called into action to make a fine one-handed save to push away Austin's thumping right-footed drive and then only a vital block from Joe Edwards denied Stewart.
While Leeds' leveller was a stunning strike in difficult conditions the wind paid a big part in their winner. Left-back Warnock floated a 40-yard free-kick from the right wing into a packed goalmouth only to see his effort catch the breeze and fly over the head of Stech who had come off his line.
Warnock's second goal for the club sparked crazy celebrations from the away supporters left open to the elements behind the goal, who once again serenaded their beleaguered boss.
Their side responded and continued to pin Yeovil in their own half. McCormack bent an effort wide, Austin's drive was blocked by Duffy before McDermott's men missed a huge chance to kill off the game with nine minutes remaining when Jimmy Kebe fired over the bar from close range after the ball fell kindly at his feet.
– Gary Johnson, Yeovil Town manager
We've got to move onto the next game and not try to drag them down too far and hang on in there.
The first half was really in our favour and we really should have gone in 2-0 up. In the second half it was in their favour and unfortunately we made the mistakes they didn't into the wind.
Marek has been a great goalkeeper over the weeks and years but for him I'd put them down as two mistakes. We had only just said in the dressing room not to let that missed penalty affect us.
Millwall is massive, it is one of those cup finals.
- OLDHAM ATHLETIC 1 - 1 BRISTOL CITY
Bristol City have slipped back into the relegation zone, despite picking up a point at Oldham.
Steve Cotterill's men were up against their former midfielder Lee Johnson, now Latics manager, plus striker Jon Stead and recently departed defender James Wilson.
In difficult conditions, the hosts went ahead in the fifth minute when Danny Philliskirk's 25-yard strike flew into the top corner.
But City were level within five minutes when Aden Flint bundled in from Bobby Reid's corner.
- PORT VALE 2 - 3 SWINDON TOWN
Swindon Town battled back from two goals down to record their first away win since the middle of November.
Vale led 2-0 at the interval after goals from Doug Loft and Tom Pope, but Nile Ranger headed a goal back early in the second half.
Alex Pritchard levelled the scores in the 65th minute with a 25-yard free-kick, and the remarkable turnaround was completed four minutes later when Nathan Byrne converted Michael Smith's cross.
- BRISTOL ROVERS 1 - 1 OXFORD UNITED
John-Joe O'Toole's 12th goal of the season earned Bristol Rovers a share of the points against high-flying Oxford at the Memorial Stadium.
The visitors opened the scoring in the 10th minute when James Constable - a former Rovers transfer target - volleyed past Steve Mildenhall.
John Ward's men had to wait until the 84th minute for their equaliser, when O'Toole headed home Lee Brown's free-kick.
- YORK CITY 0 - 0 CHELTENHAM TOWN
It's three straight draws for Cheltenham Town after this stalemate at Bootham Crescent.
The Robins haven't won in six games, but came close to breaking the deadlock when Steve Elliott's first half header flashed just wide of the post.
And Scott Brown kept Cheltenham in the game with a fine double save - first pushing away Michael Coulson’s free-kick, before blocking Ryan Bowman’s follow-up.