>League Two midweek!

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It was a pretty good night in the end last night with a lot of the sides above the Cobblers dropping more points and leaving us just seven points below the playoffs despite being in sixteenth place.

Defeats for Cheltenham and Gillingham allowed Oxford to sneak into the top seven with a fine home win over Shrewsbury while a draw for Port Vale with Barnet enabled Crewe to steer themselves into the automatic promotion places with a 2-1 win over Bradford. Bantams manager Peter Taylor has said that he now fears relegation after a defeat that left his side two points above the drop zone.

Chesterfield stretched their lead at the top to six points by winning at Gillingham with Dean Smalley bagging a brace. Stockport are now bottom of the pile with Lincoln’s victory at Cheltenham couple with Hereford’s 2-1 home win over Morecambe.

Southend gained a huge 4-1 home win over Macclesfield with all four of their goals coming in the first half.

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