- SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY 1 - 1 YEOVIL TOWN
Yeovil Town grabbed a valuable point against fellow strugglers Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough, despite playing the entire second half with 10 men.
Wednesday led through Atdhe Nuhiu's controversial 24th-minute strike. Referee Eltringham allowed the goal to stand, despite the assistant referee flagging for offside and protests from the Yeovil Town players
The visitors then had Byron Webster sent off four minutes before the break after a tussle with goalscorer Nuhiu.
But the Glovers still came back to equalise in the 64th minute through Joe Ralls' left-footed volley from inside the area.
- NORTHAMPTON TOWN 1 - 2 EXETER CITY
John O'Flynn came off the bench to give Exeter City an injury-time winner at Northampton.
Leicester loanee Jacob Blyth gave the hosts an early lead - slotting in after just six minutes. Clive Platt almost made it 2-0 when his powerful shot hit the crossbar.
But Scot Bennett equalised ten minutes before half-time when he poked home Craig Woodman's corner.
And in stoppage time O’Flynn secured the three points when he headed in David Wheeler's cross.
- PLYMOUTH ARGYLE 0 - 3 WYCOMBE WANDERERS
Argyle manager John Sheridan has made a public apology to fans following the Pilgrims’ 3-0 Home Park defeat by Wycombe Wanderers.
Speaking to the club's website, Sheridan said:
– John Sheridan, Plymouth Argyle manager
I apologise to the supporters. I expect a lot better, and definitely expect a lot more fight.
Once the first goal went in, we just went under.
That’s what’s disappointed me more than anything else.
Sam Wood broke the deadlock in the 70th minute with a 30-yard strike, and within five minutes, Dean Morgan doubled the advantage.
Billy Knott completed a miserable afternoon for home supporters in injury time.
- ROCHDALE 1 - 0 TORQUAY UNITED
Torquay United suffered a second straight league defeat, despite dominating for long periods at Spotland.
Billy Bodin caused the home defence problems all afternoon, and was unlucky not to get on the scoresheet.
But Ian Henderson scored the only goal of the game for the hosts 13 minutes from time.
He dispossessed Krystian Pearce and exchanged passes with Scott Hogan before firing past Martin Rice.