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League One: Forest go clear at the top

Nottingham Forest extended their lead at the top of League One to six points as they came from a goal down to beat Millwall 3-1 at the City Ground.

Scunthorpe's 2-0 win at Yeovil took them up to second, but Colin Calderwood's Forest continue to set the pace.

They started poorly as Ben May put Millwall ahead in the fourth minute. But the east midlanders forged ahead with two goals in as many minutes, from Junior Agogo (65) and James Perch (67). The three points were secured when Ian Breckin headed in Nicky Southall's 82nd-minute corner.

Billy Sharp's two goals against Yeovil ensured Scunthorpe are Forest's nearest challengers. The 20-year-old former Sheffield United trainee took his tally for the season to 16 with a goal in each half.

Oldham climbed three places to fourth thanks to a 3-0 win at Huddersfield.

Gary McDonald (16) grabbed the Latics' first; Chris Porter's 11th goal of the season in the 59th minute made it 2-0, and Paul Warne added a third eight minutes later.

Bournemouth climbed two places but remain in the relegation zone after a goalless draw at Bradford, who had Dean Windass sent off in the 13th minute.

Rotherham's six-match unbeaten league run came to an end at Gillingham, who won through a Gary Mulligan goal in the 23rd minute.

Carlisle remain eighth, despite coming from 2-0 down to beat Port Vale 3-2 at Brunton Park. Paul Harsley (26) and Jeff Smith (40) appeared to put the visitors in control - but the Cumbrians fought back.

Derek Holmes drilled in from a Peter Murphy cross (66); Karl Hawley equalised 11 minutes later, and Murphy headed the winner nine minutes from time.

Crewe stay ninth after a dramatic 2-2 draw at home to Chesterfield. The Railwaymen led 1-0, thanks to Luke Varney (64), with five minutes to go - only for Derek Niven to equalise for the visitors.

Luke Rodgers restored the hosts' lead (89), but Kevan Hurst levelled again in the second minute of injury time.

Doncaster moved up six places to 12th by beating Brighton 1-0, Mark McCammon grabbing the only goal in the 25th minute.

The match between Northampton and Leyton Orient at Sixfields was postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.