We look back on another weekend of action in Sky Bet League Two...
Port Vale's trip to Newport County kicked things off on Friday night as they played out a 1-1 draw with Newport County, Anton Forrester's equaliser ensuring the Valiants remain outside the bottom two while Newport lie 9th.
Chesterfield remain rooted to the foot of the divison despite holding play-off chasing Swindon Town to a draw, while Barnet joined them in the relegation places following a home defeat to 10th-placed Colchester United.
At the other end of the table, Notts County remain top of the pile after earning a point away at Stevenage. Accrington Stanley also drew on the road against Cambridge United, but they sit just a point below the leaders, as do Exeter City who secured a win at home to Grimsby Town.
Luton Town dropped points away to Cheltenham Town as they played out a 2-2 draw, the Hatters dropping out of the automatic promotion spots as a result.
Coventry City also saw their grip on a play-off place loosened as they fell to a slender defeat at home to pre-season favourites, Mansfield Town.
The final spot in the top seven is currently taken by Wycombe Wanderers, but they also lost at the weekend as Morecambe picked up an important set of three points.
Elsewhere, Carlisle United and Lincoln City enjoyed comfortable victories over Yeovil Town and Crewe Alexandra respectively. Crawley Town and Forest Green Rovers also drew 1-1, leaving both sides just above the relegation zone.