League One Review - Jan 8th

Last updated : 11 January 2011 By Bournemouth Co-Ordinator

South Coast Club were by far the biggest winners in League One on Tuesday evening as they ripped Oldham Athletic 6-0 at Boundary Park. Chamberlain got the visitors off the mark in the 9th minute, which was added to by Lallana in the 38th minute. After the break the Latics fell apart as Guly (52nd min), Chaplow (69th min), Lambert (74th min) and Barnard (86th min) completed the rout. The result meant Oldham's biggest ever home defeat and South Coast Clubs biggest ever away win! Oldham Athletic 9th, South Coast Club 2nd.

Huddersfield Town maintained their push for at least a play-off place with a 3-2 win over Plymouth Argyle at the Galpharm Stadium, even though Mason had given the Devon side a 2-goal lead with strikes in the 1st and 15th minutes. The Terriers hit back though, firstly with Arnason putting past his own keeper in the 18th minute, Rhodes levelling in the 29th minute, and Clarke scoring the winner in the 32nd minute. Huddersfield Town 4th, Plymouth Argyle 15th.

Manager-less Peterborough United climbed back in to the play-off places with a 2-1 win over Brentford at London Road. The Posh grabbed a 5th minute lead when McCann converted a penalty in the 5th minute. Laird levelled for the Bees in the 74th minute, leaving Obika to score a late winner in the 93rd minute. Peterborough United 5th, Brentford 13th.

A relegation 6-pointer at The Memorial Ground as Bristol Rovers and Walsall cancelled each other out in a 2-2 draw. Grigg had given the Saddlers a 5th minute lead, only to see two quick goals from Hoskins (53rd min) and Kuffour (54th min) turn the game round. Lescott rescued a point for the Saddlers with 7 minutes to go. Bristol Rovers 22nd, Walsall 23rd.