- Bristol Rovers move third in League One by beating Lincoln
- Wimbledon continue improvement under Glyn Hodges
With the top two out of action Peterborough were the day’s outstanding achievers, leaping from seventh to third courtesy of a 2-0 victory over Lincoln in which all the notable action came in the last 10 minutes. Louis Reed opened the scoring in the 82nd minute with a vicious drive from just outside the area, and though he was sent off in stoppage time Ivan Toney had by then doubled their advantage with a delicious angled lob. Bristol Rovers, eighth before kick-off, stayed in their slipstream to move to fourth after a 1-0 win over MK Dons, Tom Davies scoring his first goal since November 2015 to secure the points and inflict a fifth successive league defeat on the visitors.
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