Reaction from last night's game between Doncaster Rovers and Yeovil Town, which ended 2-1 to the home side.
Yeovil Town remain bottom of the Championship tonight after losing 2-1 at Doncaster Rovers.
Our football round-up begins at Huish Park where Yeovil Town lost their first ever home game in the Championship.
Yeovil Town are expected to announce today that Gary Johnson has signed a new contract to continue as manager.
The media has been invited to a news conference at Huish Park this morning.
Last season Johnson guided the Glovers to promotion to the Championship, English football's second tier, for the first time.
Yeovil Town's joy has been shared by the wider community. David Woodland reports from the town to see how locals have been getting in on the act.
Thousands of people have lined the streets of Yeovil to celebrate the football club's promotion to the second tier of English football. An open top bus toured the town at lunchtime, with the players and management basking in the achievement of reaching the Championship for the first time.
A civic reception is taking place at the Westland Sport and Leisure Club. We've followed the fans and players all day.
Crowds turned out in force to support Yeovil Town players and staff on their victory tour.
Our Sports Correspondent Matthias Kurth was on board the open-top bus and took this mobile phone video of a sea of supporters - dotted in green and white - as it made its way through the town centre.
Yeovil Town are celebrating their promotion to the Championship today with an open-top bus tour.
The players left Huish Park just after noon, and made their way into the centre of town, where they'll stop for an hour to allow fans to see the League One play-off trophy.
Our Sports Correspondent Matthias Kurth is on the bus with the team and has sent this report.
Yeovil Town are celebrating their promotion to the Championship today [Tuesday] with an open-top bus tour.
The players will leave Huish Park at 12.30pm and make their way to The Borough in the centre of town, where they'll stop for an hour to allow fans to see the League One play-off trophy.
Promotion brings prospects of challenge, trophies and bigger teams. But while Huish Park regularly welcomes home supporters to the stands, it's rarely a sell-out at the 9,500 seater stadium.
But things could be about to change as hosting the likes of FA Cup winners Wigan, along with teams such as Leeds United and Queens Park Rangers, should give a boost to the town's economy.
As they celebrated their success at winning promotion to the Championship, Yeovil Town's players were united by one thought: manager Gary Johnson must stay at Huish Park.
Johnson is out of contract this summer but the players were all quick to say they want him to guide them in the second tier of English football next season.