Luton regained their four-point lead at the top of the Coca-Cola League One table with a late winner against Port Vale.
Ahmet Brkovic scored the game's only goal to deny visiting Vale a point and give Mike Newell's side some breathing space, after Tranmere's 2-0 win
over Bournemouth on Friday.
Hull kept themselves in touch with the top two thanks to an impressive 2-1 win at Colchester. Ryan France put Peter Taylor's side in front just 11
minutes into the match and Stuart Elliott looked to have sealed the win five minutes into the second half. Gareth Williams pulled one back for United
but the home side were unable to muster an equaliser.
Danny Wilson's first game in charge of MK Dons proved victorious as Wade Small smashed a double in a 3-0 win over Wrexham. Nicholas Rizzo opened the
scoring seven minutes into the game at the National Hockey Stadium, but Small continued his rich vein of form with goals in the 50th and 84th minutes
to complete the rout.
Rock-bottom Stockport took the lead against 11th-placed Hartlepool but eventually suffered a crushing 3-1 defeat. Jon Daly put the Hatters ahead after
26 minutes but things went downhill swiftly as Chris Westwood equalised two minutes later. Defender Westwood notched another after 51 minutes before
Joel Porter made it 3-1 four minutes later to hand Stockport their 15th loss of the season.
Scott Taylor's penalty on the stroke of half-time gave Blackpool a 1-1 draw at home to promotion-chasing Bristol City after Luke Wilkshire had given
the visitors the lead 21 minutes in.
Bradford rescued a point at home to Walsall thanks to veteran defender David Wetherall's equaliser seven minutes from full-time. Marvin Robinson had
put the Saddlers ahead shortly after the hour mark but Wetherall grabbed a vital equaliser at Valley Parade.
Chesterfield left Peterborough's London Road with the points after a 2-1 win. Aaron Downes and Ian Evatt scored either side of half-time for the
Spireites and Peterborough captain Curtis Woodhouse's 76th-minute goal was merely a consolation.
Two first-half goals handed Oldham a 2-1 win over Huddersfield at Boundary Park. Will Haining scored the first four minutes in and, though Pawel
Abbott levelled three minutes later, Kevin Betsy scored the winner before the break.
Sheffield Wednesday's fortunes did not improve at Hillsborough as they sacrificed the lead to lose 2-1 at home to 10-man Brentford. Steven MacLean had
given the Owls the lead with a penalty after 20 minutes but two goals in as many minutes - 81 and 82 - by Alex Rhodes and Deon Burton gave Brentford a
tremendous win even though they had Michael Turner sent off for a professional foul earlier.
Swindon and Doncaster cancelled each other out in Wiltshire as Sam Parkin rescued a point for the Robins with a second-half goal. Gregg Blundell had
given the Yorkshiremen the lead in the first half.
Finally Michael Boulding's goal was enough to give Barnsley a narrow 1-0 triumph away to struggling Torquay.