League Two: Swindon on Saddlers' tail
Walsall's lead at the top of League Two was cut to one point by Swindon after the Saddlers were held at home by Boston.
Martin Butler's goal gave Walsall a 19th-minute advantage after he latched onto Clayton Ince's long goal-kick but an own goal by Scott Dann (25) pegged them back.
Swindon secured a fourth straight league victory as they triumphed 2-0 at home to Macclesfield. Ricky Shakes grabbed the Robins' first in first-half stoppage time and Lee Peacock's 52nd-minute free-kick ensured the win.
Mark Stallard's 71st-minute header gave Lincoln a 1-0 home win over Peterborough, playing their first game under new boss Darren Ferguson. The win moved the Imps up to third as MK Dons suffered a shock hammering at Rochdale and slipped to fifth.
The Lancashire side beat Martin Allen's men 5-0 at Spotland as Adam Le Fondre (five and 62), Simon Ramsden (10), Rory Prendergast (16) and Kelvin Etuhu got on the mark.
Hartlepool now occupy fourth spot thanks to a 2-0 win over Bury at Victoria Park. James Brown (33) scored from Eifion Williams' left-wing cross and a curling shot from Antony Sweeney (57) secured the win for Pools.
Play-off contenders Stockport and Wycombe met at Edgeley Park with the home side closing the gap to the visitors to three points with a 2-0 win.
Anthony Elding's 21st-minute header and Stephen Gleeson goal two minutes into the second half made the difference for County.
Notts County remain three points outside the play-off picture following a 3-2 defeat at Hereford. Jason Lee (seven and 64) grabbed both Magpies goals but one from Trent McClenahan (nine) and a Steve Guinan brace (27 and 68) won it for the hosts.
Darlington held Wrexham 1-1 at home as Tommy Wright's penalty in first-half stoppage-time cancelled out Simon Spender's strike for the Dragons.
Mid-table Chester drew 1-1 with Mansfield at the Deva Stadium as Lee Steele (62) equalised after Jake Buxton put the Stags ahead (32). The Stags played 80 minutes with 10 men after Barry Conlon was sent off for violent conduct.