- STEVENAGE 0 - 2 YEOVIL TOWN
Yeovil Town confirmed their place in the League One play-offs with a 2-0 win at Stevenage.
Sam Foley gave the Glovers the lead eight minutes into the second half. James Hayter unselfishly laid the ball back for Foley to curl the ball into the top corner of the net.
Hayter doubled the advantage ten minutes from the end. Foley repaid the striker by setting him up for a goal which went in off the crossbar.
Yeovil played the last moments of the match with ten men after Dan Burn was dismissed for a second bookable offence.
Gary Johnson's men are fourth in the table, five points away from the automatic promotion places with three games remaining.
- AFC WIMBLEDON 2 - 2 EXETER CITY
Exeter City were pegged back twice as they picked up a point at relegation-threatened Wimbledon.
Jamie Reid scored both goals for the Grecians on his full debut. His first came ten minutes before half-time when he smashed in from the edge of the area.
Three goals were then scored in six second-half minutes. Luke Moore levelled for the Dons in the 58th minute. Reid put City back in front three minutes later with a shot across the face of goal.
But Moore popped up again with 63 minutes on the clock to complete the scoring.
Paul Tisdale's men are one place and one point outside the play-off places with two games remaining.
- BURTON ALBION 1 - 0 PLYMOUTH ARGYLE
The 'Manager of the Month' curse struck for John Sheridan as Argyle were beaten by an injury time strike at Burton.
Matt Paterson scored from close range for the promotion chasers, following Damien McCrory's corner in the 94th minute.
It was tough on the Pilgrims who looked to have done enough to earn a point. Joe Bryan came closest, but the midfielder's shot was tipped around the post by Albion goalkeeper Dean Lyness. From the resulting corner Guy Branston headed over.
Argyle are 19th in the table, still three points ahead of drop zone.
- TORQUAY UNITED P - P BARNET
Torquay United have slipped into the relegation places after their match against fellow strugglers Barnet was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch at Plainmoor.
14mm of rain fell in three hours between 10am and 1pm, which made the pitch unplayable.
The match has been rearranged for this Tuesday evening (16 April) with a 7.45pm kick-off.
The Gulls are two points from safety. A win on Tuesday will lift them out of the bottom two and above their opponents.