Two Review - Jan 26th

Last updated : 26 January 2010 By Bournemouth Co-Ordinator

Rochdale extend their lead at the top of League Two to a very healthly 10-points, even though they only drew 0-0 against Port Vale at Spotland. Rochdale 1st, Port Vale 13th.

Rotherham United climbed back in to the automatic promotion places with a last gasp winner over Chesterfield at Saltergate. Pope scored the only goal of the game in the 90th minute to seal the win. Chesterfield 9th, Rotherham United 3rd.

Notts County made one of their games in hand count with an emphatic 3-0 win over Dagenham & Redbridge at Victoria Road - their 5th away win of the season. Davies (44th min) and Hughes (47th min) allowed County to snatch the advantage either side of the break with the unfortunate Ogogo putting past his own keeper with 5 minutes to go. Dagenham & Redbridge 8th, Notts County 6th.

Aldershot Town couldn't capitalise on recent successes as they made the long journey to Accrington Stanley, loosing 2-1 at Livingstone Road. Proctor gave Stanley a 30th minute lead, which drew a response from Proctor in the 59th minute, from the penalty spot. The points were sealed for the home side when Kee scored the winner in the 75th minute. Accrington Stanley 11th, Aldershot Town 7th.

Macclesfield and Morecambe had to make do with a share of the points at Moss Rose as they drew 2-2. Lindfield gave the Silkmen a 38th minute lead, before Drummond levelled in the 52nd minute. Haining gave the Shrimpers the lead in the 64th minute, before Sappleton levelled in the 83rd minute. Macclesfield 17th, Morecambe 10th.

Northampton Town have climbed up to a respectable midtable position after a poor start to the season following a 2-1 win over hapless Darlington at The Arena. Purcell had given Darlo a 29th minute lead, only to see Mckay level in the 55th minute and Gilligan score the winner in the 70th minute to ensure that the points were heading back south. Darlington 24th, Northampton Town 12th.

Barnet were only 5 minute away from recording an all too rare win against Torquay United at Underhill. Sawyer had given the Bees a 15th minute lead only to see Furlong put past his own keeper 5 minutes from time. Barnet 18th, Torquay United 20th.

Burton Albion take on Lincoln City at The Pirelli Stadium on Wednesday evening.