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.
Yeovil Town Football Club is due to unveil its very own girl band later. X factor-style auditions for four singers and dancers took place in December, with manager Gary Johnson and his wife on the panel.
The final line-up will be revealed this afternoon. The group will perform at the Glovers' home and away matches and may even record a charity single.
- FA CUP FOURTH ROUND
Yeovil Town have been knocked out of the FA Cup by Premier League Southampton.
The Glovers lost 2-0 at St Marys this afternoon. Saints took the lead in the 23rd minute after Jamie McAllister handled in the area. The resulting penalty was converted by Guly.
Youngster Sam Gallacher doubled the advantage twenty minutes from time.
The rest of our teams have been in league action today.
- LEAGUE ONE
Swindon Town beat Shrewsbury 3-1 at the County Ground. Michael Smith gave Town the lead on the half hour.
Paul Parry equalised just before the interval, but two goals in the last two minutes from Nile Ranger and Smith gave Town their first win in three matches.
Bristol City's five match unbeaten run is over after they lost 3-1 at Wolves. Sam Baldock scored City's goal from the penalty spot.
- LEAGUE TWO
3-1 was also the scoreline at the Memorial Stadium as Bristol Rovers beat Newport County. Kaid Mohamed scored on his debut, with Eliot Richards and John-Joe O'Toole also on target.
And Cheltenham drew 1-1 at Plymouth Argyle, despite taking the lead through Byron Harrison in the 53rd minute.
Yeovil Town take on Southampton this afternoon in the fourth round of the FA Cup.
It's the first time the Glovers have made it this far for nine years, and they reached this stage with a 4-0 thrashing of Leyton Orient in the third round. But they face a tough task to progress any further they travel to St Mary's.
Yeovil Town may be the only team from the region left in the the FA Cup after reaching the fourth round with a 4-0 thrashing of Leyton Orient, but they face a tough task to progress any further as they travel to St Mary's tomorrow to take on Premier League side Southampton.
Manager Gary Johnson and Midfielder Joe Edwards know it's no small challenge:
Yeovil Town Football Club have taken the first steps to forming a girl band. The Glovers held X-Factor style open auditions to find five singers and dancers to join the group.
The final line-up with be revealed in January.
Auditions are being held at Yeovil Town's Huish Park tonight, not for new footballers, but to find a new girl group.
The club has teamed up with a talent company to put together a singing and dancing troupe to perform when the club plays at home and away.
A single will be recorded with the proceeds going to charity. Anyone over 18, who's interested, can apply online or turn up at the club from 7pm.
Yeovil Town have announced that last season's leading scorer Paddy Madden has been placed on the transfer list.
The Republic of Ireland international was last season's top scorer with 22 goals and won the League One Golden Boot award.