Plymouth Argyle have moved into the League Two play-off places after their second successive win. The Pilgrims won 2-0 at Wycombe thanks to first-half goals from Lewis Alessandra and Peter Hartley.
Exeter City battled back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Cambridge at St James Park. Tom Nichols and David Wheeler on-target for the Grecians.
And in League One, Terry Skiverton has suffered his first defeat as Yeovil manager. The Glovers lost 1-0 at fellow strugglers Crewe.
Swansea City has signed midfielder Matt Grimes from Exeter City.
The 19 year old has agreed to a four-and-a-half-year deal at Liberty Stadium, and will be eligible to play for Swansea after the league visit of West Ham on January 10th.
Mr Grimes made his Exeter debut in August 2013 and went on to make 62 appearances for the Grecians, scoring five goals. He was the first Exeter player to be called up by England Under-20s earlier this season along with keeper Christy Pym.
The transfer fee between Exeter City and Swansea City hasn't been disclosed. It's thought to be in the region of £1.75 million although that's also likely to be dependent on the number of appearances that Matt Grimes makes for the Swans and other conditions being met.
It'll [the money] be used to capitalise the club to prevent us having to go to the PFA for cash flow loans in the future. To work on our infrastructure that'll work across the youth team, the football in the community, the first team, perhaps a 3G pitch and thirdly for the manager himself to bring the next players through and progress the team.
Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale says he believes his team can challenge for the League Two play-offs.
The Grecians had a slow, alarming start to the campaign but are now one of the most in-form sides in the Football League.
In fact, City have only lost one league game in their last 15 since the end of August.
They travel to Stevenage this weekend, hoping to cement their place in the top seven.
A major reason behind Exeter's rise has been their quota of gifted young players like Matt Grimes and Tom Nichols.
Bigger clubs are already circling like vultures, and selling any of the current crop of stars mid-season in January could derail City's progress before it reaches fruition.
Manager Tisdale admits he would rather retain their services, but remains pragmatic, admitting that Exeter City are "a selling club".
Exeter City have moved into the play-off positions in League Two and are undefeated in the last ten games.
Their success has meant players are attracting interest from other clubs - particularly 19-year-old midfielder Matt Grimes.
Manager Paul Tisdale says the club is trying to stay focused.
Exeter City goalkeeper Christy Pym has kept his place in the England Under 20 football squad.
He will join up with the national team for a friendly against Canada next week.
He says the international experience has paid off in his game for the Grecians.
Exeter City are due to land in Brazil later this morning ahead of their three game tour of the country. They play their first match on Sunday. The trip marks the centenary of the club's South American Tour of 1914.
Exeter City footballers are preparing to travel to South America on Thursday to recreate the club's most historic match. A century ago they became the first side to play against Brazil's national team.
That game has now been turned into a musical. 'The Day We Played Brazil' opens tomorrow night, and tells the story of the original 1914 fixture and what's happened to the city since then. Seth Conway reports.
Exeter City Football Club has sacked Captain Danny Coles after he reportedly posted abusive comments aimed at a 14-year-old fan on Twitter.
Coles was subject to a disciplinary hearing yesterday regarding the comments. The club has confirmed he has been removed from his position and placed on the transfer list.
He's also been fined two weeks wages and has written a letter of apology.
Exeter City's management released a statement saying they will not tolerate abuse of anyone, in whatever form, and would like to extend its apologies to all those offended by Danny Cole's behaviour.
The opening fixture of the World Cup is now only hours away - with Croatia taking on Brazil.
The hosts are a team with an amazing football history which believe or not began - when they played Exeter - yes Exeter City - a hundred years ago this summer. Seth Conway reports.
The World Cup starts in Brazil tonight but the most successful team in world football owes much to a game against Exeter City.
The Devon side were Brazil's first opponents while on a tour of South America in 1914. Exeter City in association with the city's university have now produced a new digital club history to reflect this historic game.