Coventry held with a last-gasp 2-1 victory over AFC Wimbledon.
The Dons took the lead as a result of an early Marcus Forss punishment, however Jordy Hiwula levelled the match and Liam Walsh struck deep into stoppage time to seal the win for Coventry and keep them a point clear of Ipswich, who won 1-0 in MK Dons thanks to an early Jon Nolan effort.
Wycombe, in third, drew because Nick Freeman penalty cancelled out Dion Charles’ attempt. Fourth, were denied all three factors by Rotherham, Even though Sunderland. The Black Cats are put by marc McNulty forward however, the game levelled.
Blackpool moved up to a Armand Gnanduillet header at Doncaster, making them a triumph, although Peterborough moved up to sixth despite seeing their own lead. Oliver Banks along with Liam Ridehalgh struck back to Rovers, although mo Eisa and Ivan Toney place the Posh after the break at Prenton Park.
As they came from behind to draw lincoln made their first point. Stephen Dooley had set Dale facing but Tyler Walker ensured that the hens were shared.
Despite being pegged back by Portsmouth, burton moved around ninth. Joe Sbarra and Kieran Wallace had the Brewers two ahead within six minutes at Fratton Park, however, John Joe card given the incentive back to Portsmouth.
Until Brett Pitman made it 2-2 with a penalty ronan Curtis got a goal back.
Shrewsbury saw off struggling Southend at a 4-3 epic, Gillingham and Bristol Rovers drew Keith Hill and 1-1 made a first point with a draw against Oxford in charge of Bolton.