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League One Roundup

24 November 2016

A look at what has been happening in the rest of League One this week

LEAGUE ONE ROUNDUP

After the midweek fixtures, it is still Scunthorpe United who take the top spot in Sky Bet League One.

The league leaders managed to beat sixth place Peterborough 2-0 on Tuesday night as Kevin van Veen and Neal Bishop were on the score sheet.

Six points behind Scunthorpe are Sheffield United who pulled off a 1-0 win at with a last-minute winner by Ethan Ebanks-Landell after Bury duo Jacob Mellis and Greg Leigh both saw red on the night.

Third place Bolton scored an early winner in their game as they beat Coventry City 1-0 at Macron Stadium, the pivotal goal coming from a Zach Clough lob.

Bradford, who lost to Southend United on Saturday, came out on top against Northampton, winning the game 1-0, with James Hanson scoring the only goal.

Rochdale cruised back into the playoffs after a comfortable 4-0 win against Walsall. Oliver Rathbone, Reuben Noble-Lazarus and a double from Steven Davies put down the Saddlers as they make it consecutive 4-0 victories.

Wimbledon produced the only goalless game this week as they travelled to the Den to face Millwall. The only notable thing that happened in the game was a red card for Wimbledon’s Jon Meades after 74 minutes.

Fleetwood Town rose to eighth position after Tuesdays game as they managed to beat Paul Hurst’s Shrewsbury 3-0. The goals coming from Conor McLaughlin and a brace from in-form striker, David Ball.

minute goal from John Obika earned Swindon Town a point at Roots Hall.rdSouthend United looked set to make it three wins in a row in League One but a 73

The highest scoring game of the day was between Charlton Athletic and Bristol Rovers. The Addicks walked all over Bristol as Ademola Lookman, Josh Magennis, Patrick Bauer, Adam Chicksen and Nicky Ajose all got on the score sheet.

Port Vale looked set to gain all three points from their game against Oldham Athletic after goals from Remie Streete and Rigino Cicilia but a last-minute equaliser by Carl Winchester ensured a point for both sides.

Oxford United put Gillingham in a tricky position after beating them 1-0. The only goal of the game was scored by Marvin Johnson just after the half hour mark, with it being his first goal for the U’s.

minute.thChesterfield got back to winning ways this week as they came out best in a well fought duel with MK Dons. The game finished 3-2 with Dan Gardner scoring the winner in the 80


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