Following their defeat at the weekend Brighton & Hove Albion extend their lead at the top of League One to 6-points following a 2-0 win over Colchester United at Withdean. Calderon gave the Seagulls the lead in first half stoppage time, with Noone doubling the advantage in the 76th minute. Brighton & Hove Albion 1st, Colchester United 11th.
A frantic 7 first half minutes at Brisbane Road saw Leyton Orient come from behind to take the lead against Franchise FC. Gleeson gave the visitors the lead in the 7th minute, with McGleish levelling 2 minutes later, and Forbes giving the O's the lead in the 14th minute. Honours, and the points, were equal by full time when O'Hanlon levelled in the 56th minute. Leyton Orient 16th, Franchise FC 5th.
Oldham Athletic were pegged back by struggling Walsall at Bescot as the Saddlers rescued a point. Morais gave the Latics the lead in the 39th minute, only to see Westlake level for the home side in the 61st minute. The draw still leaves the Saddlers some 10-points adrift of safety. Walsall 24th, Oldham Athletic 7th.
Sheffield Wednesday were made to work for their point against battling Yeovil Town at Hillsborough. Bowditch gave the Somerset side the lead in the 15th minute, with new striker Madine levelling in the 36th minute. Huntingdon restored Town's lead in the 57th minute only to see Johnson level to ensure a share of the points in the 86th minute. Sheffield Wednesday 10th, Yeovil Town 21st.
Hartlepool United were held by Notts County at Victoria Park. Liddle gave the home side the lead in the 38th minute, with Hughes levelling in the 69th minute. Hartlepool United 14th, Notts County 18th.
Swindon Town (20th) and Tranmere Rovers (19th) both kept their heads above the drop zone following a 0-0 draw at The County Gorund.