Yeovil Town denied Wigan their ninth win in a row thanks to Luke Ayling's injury time equaliser. Elsewhere, Cheltenham drew with Wycombe.
There were vital wins for Yeovil Town and both Bristol clubs today. Cheltenham drew at Portsmouth, but Swindon lost at home to MK Dons.
Yeovil Town drew at Reading despite having 3 players sent off. Swindon and Bristol Rovers also drew. Bristol City and Cheltenham both won.
Former Yeovil Town goalkeeper Chris Weale has rejoined the Glovers on a two year contract for the new season.
Local boy Weale left the club to join Bristol City in 2006 and has subsequently played for Leicester City and Shrewsbury Town.
Yeovil have also signed 25 year old Polish goalkeeper on a two year contract. He has previously played for Birmingham City.
Yeovil Town Football Club has withdrawn its application to build a supermarket on training pitches at Huish Park.
The club said it needed the development to pay for a new stand and the plans were due to be discussed by South Somerset District Council tomorrow. Opponents were worried about loss of open space and the effect of another superstore on the town centre.
Yeovil's slim hopes of survival in the Championship were blown out of the water this evening by a 2-nil defeat at Brighton. They face next season in League One.
Yeovil Town is facing relegation after defeat to Huddersfield at Huish Park on Easter Monday. The winning goal was scored in stoppage time, leaving the Glovers six points from safety in the Championship.
Our reporter Chris Spittles talked to Manager Gary Johnson after the match about the prospect of relegation. He said that maybe Yeovil can come back stronger next time.
Yeovil Town aren't having much luck in their battle against relegation from the Championship.
They went down 3-2 at fellow strugglers Charlton tonight.
Joel Grant and Kieffer Moore both scored for the Glovers.
Yeovil's battle to stay in the Championship looks like it will go right down to the wire.
Gary Johnson's team conceded late equalisers in their last two games which cost them valuable wins.
On Saturday they play Barnsley, the club immediately below the Glovers in the relegation zone: a must-win match.
And it is an extra special occasion for midfielder Kevin Dawson, who will be playing against his brother.
Yeovil Town play Barnsley in a Championship relegation zone "six pointer" on Saturday.
The result could be decisive for both teams, but it's also an extra special occasion for Yeovil midfielder, Kevin Dawson.
The 23-year-old from Dublin will be lining up against his older brother, Stephen, for the very first time.
15 family members are flying over from Ireland to watch the brothers do battle and Dawson junior admits that his parents "won't know which way to look".
Kevin confesses that they're both "massive mummy's boys" but that his elder sibling enjoys listening to Girls Aloud.