Nottingham Forest survived a scare before cementing their position at the top of League One with a 3-1 win over Millwall, while Carlisle also fought back to beat Port Vale and Oldham were too good for Huddersfield.
Forest have made hay in League One this term and they grabbed their 12th win of the campaign on Saturday.
They were made to work hard, though, as Ben May fired Millwall into an early lead.
The visitors held firm for over an hour, but Forest drew level through Junior Agogo.
Forest edged ahead two minutes later courtesy of James Perch and Ian Breckin completed the fightback with a goal eight minutes from time.
Carlisle did not look like promotion contenders in the first half as they found themselves two down at home to Port Vale thanks to goals from Paul Harsley and Jeff Smith.
The Cumbrians emerged from their slumber just past the hour as Derek Holmes hit the target.
Karl Hawley and Peter Murphy scored in the final 14 minutes to see Carlisle home.
Oldham have the look of promotion contenders and goals from Gary McDonald, Chris Porter and Paul Warne earned them three points at Huddersfield.
There was late drama at Gresty Road, as Crewe and Chesterfield drew 2-2.
Luke Varney fired Crewe ahead just past the hour, only for Derek Niven to level five minutes from time.
Crewe edged ahead through Luke Rodgers, but Kevan Hurst popped up two minutes into injury time to grab a point for Chesferfield.
Doncaster were 1-0 winners over Brighton thanks to a strike on 25 minutes from Mark McCammon, while it was a similar story at Gillingham as Gary Mulligan gave the home side victory Rotherham.
A brace from Billy Sharp propelled Scunthorpe back into second in the table as they were too good for Yeovil.
The game between Bradford and Bournemouth ended goalless.
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Bradford v Bournemouth
Carlisle Utd v Port Vale
Crewe v Chesterfield
Doncaster v Brighton
Gillingham v Rotherham
Huddersfield v Oldham
Northampton v Leyton Orient - Postponed due to waterlogged pitch
Nottingham Forest v Millwall
Yeovil v Scunthorpe