Forest Green Rovers have been beaten 3-2 at home by Kidderminster in the Conference.
Rovers led twice through Lee Hughes and James Norwood, but were pegged back on each occasion.
Aman Verma hit the winner for the visitors in the 81st minute.
Full time: Forest Green 2-3 Kidderminster. Disappointment for Rovers as Kiddy fight back to claim all three points at The New Lawn.
All our football teams are in action today as part of the busy festive period.
Yeovil Town manager Gary Johnson returns to Ashton Gate today for the first time since leaving Bristol City in 2010.
You can follow your team's progress this afternoon by clicking on the links below from 3pm for live text updates.
Forest Green Rovers vs Kidderminster (1pm kick-off)
Torquay United vs Bristol Rovers
Top-of-the-table Bristol City have been beaten 1-0 at bottom club Crewe. The only goal of the game was scored in the 74th minute after City had Derrick Williams sent off for two bookable offences.
Swindon Town missed the chance to go top. Michael Smith saw his penalty saved as Mark Cooper's men suffered a shock 1-0 home defeat to Doncaster. The visitors' winner also came from the penalty spot.
Yeovil Town were unable to build on their two straight wins last week. They lost 1-0 at home to second-from-bottom Colchester, who leap-frog the Glovers in the table.
In League Two, Cheltenham Town drew 1-1 with Portsmouth, despite taking the lead through Omari Sterling-James' first half strike.
Last night in the Conference, Forest Green Rovers lost 2-1 at Grimsby, while Bristol Rovers beat Gateshead 3-2 at the Memorial Stadium.
Bristol City needed a late goal to beat Crawley and stay top of League One.
Luke Ayling's volley three minutes from time keeps them one point ahead of West Country rivals Swindon, who won 3-0 at Notts County. Andy Williams scored twice with Massimo Luongo also on-target at Meadow Lane.
Gary Johnson will be celebrating tonight after beating his son Lee's team. Yeovil won 4-0 at Oldham, thanks to goals from Steve Arthurworrey, Simon Gillett, Sam Hoskins and Kieffer Moore.
In League Two, a stunning late equaliser from teenage sub Zack Kotwica earned Cheltenham a 1-1 draw at Mansfield.
There was a shock in the FA Trophy this afternoon as Bath City won 2-0 at Bristol Rovers. Chas Hemmings and Frankie Artus scored the goals in the second half for the Conference South team.
Forest Green Rovers and Didcot will need a replay after a 2-2 draw at the New Lawn. Rovers chucked away a two-goal lead given to them by Jon Parkin and Marcus Kelly.
And Weston-super-Mare lost 3-1 at home to Farnborough.
Gloucester have kept up their 100% record in the Challenge Cup. The Cherry and Whites scored four tries in a 32-16 win at Italian side Zebre. Steve McColl, Henry Purdy, Charlie Sharples and Ben Morgan crossed the line to secure the five-point win.
And in the British and Irish Cup, Olly Robinson scored a hat-trick of tries as Bristol won 32-14 at Connacht. The win guarantees them a home tie in the quarter-finals.
Sam Burgess set up a try within two minutes of his first start, and Matt Banahan scored a hat-trick as Bath beat Montpellier 32-12 tonight.Read the full story ›
Yeovil Town will be 'in the hat' for Monday's FA Cup Third Round draw, after a 1-1 stalemate at Accrington Stanley.
Jordan Clarke put the Glovers ahead on the half hour, but the League Two side forced a replay with a 64th minute equaliser.
Bristol City and Cheltenham Town are both in action tomorrow against Conference opposition. Steve Cotterill's men host Telford, while Paul Buckle's new side take on Dover at Whaddon Road.
In the Conference today, Forest Green Rovers could only draw 1-1 with Altrincham. Kurtis Guthrie had given Rovers the lead in the 7th minute, but the visitors earned a share of the points early in the second half.
And Bristol Rovers drew 0-0 at Welling.
Bath inflicted a stunning 30-5 defeat on Montpellier at a sodden Altrad Stadium to keep their hopes of reaching the knockout stages alive.Read the full story ›
Two players from the West Country have played a major part in England's 26-17 win over Australia at Twickenham.
Gloucester's Ben Morgan scored two tries, with the rest of England's points coming from the boot of Bath's George Ford.