Only 3 matches manage survive the freezing conditions across the country.
Of those able to go ahead Exeter City hosted Sheffield Wednesday at St James's Park as the Devon side attempted to draw a little clearer from the drop-zone. It was perhaps no surprise that the Owls took the lead as Johnson put the visitors ahead in the 65th minute. But to their credit, the Grecians managed to turn the game round when Jones levelled 3 minutes after going behind - that was their first shot on target, with Noble scoring what proved to be the winnerin the 84th minute to ease the home sides relegation fears. Exeter City 18th, Sheffield Wednesday 2nd.
Sheffield United managed to ease past struggling Wycombe Wanderers out at Bramhall Lane with Hoskins giving the Blades the lead in the 66th minute. The lead was doubled when Evans netted 7 minutes later. Finally MacDonald put the result beyond doubt with a 3rd goal for the Baldes in the 1st minute of second half stoppage time. Sheffield United 3rd, Wycombe Wanderers 20th.
The game involving Hartlepool United (10th) and AFC Bournemouth (8th) finished 0-0 at the Victoria Ground.
All of the other scheduled matches fell victim to the weather:
Brentford v Oldham Athletic
Chesterfield v Charlton Athletic
Leyton Orient v Huddersfield Town
Franchise FC v Bury
Rochdale v Notts County
Stevenage Borough v Carlisle United
Tranmere Rovers v Preston North End
Walsall v Colchester United
Yeovil Town v Scunthorpe United