League One: Scunthorpe on the brink
Scunthorpe's position at the top of League One was strengthened as both their chief rivals slipped up today.
The Iron overcame Yeovil 1-0 on Good Friday and received more good news today as the teams below them lost to leave them six points clear at the top.
Bristol City were held 0-0 at home by Swansea while a 53rd-minute Neil Harris header from a Poul Hubertz cross helped Millwall beat third-placed Forest 1-0 at the New Den.
Blackpool moved up to fifth, level on points with Oldham in fourth, after a 3-2 win at home to Tranmere. The visitors twice fought back from a goal down as Calvin Zola (29 and 46) cancelled out goals from Keigan Parker (nine) and Wesley Hoolahan (36) but the Seasiders edged ahead for a third time through Andy Morrell's 73rd-minute header.
Oldham were held 1-1 at home by Huddersfield as Luke Beckett's header from a James Berrett cross in the 78th minute cancelled out a 23rd-minute goal from Chris Porter.
At the bottom, Cheltenham moved three points above the drop zone with a 2-0 win at rock-bottom Brentford. The Gloucestershire side made the perfect start when Steven Gillespie headed them in front in the eighth minute and JJ Melligan fired a long-range second two minutes after the restart.
Chesterfield climbed one place to 21st, still in the bottom four, thanks to a 2-1 win over Crewe. Shaun Miller gave the Railwaymen an eighth-minute lead but Aaron Downes levelled following a 29th-minute Nicky Rizzo corner and Paul Shaw grabbed a 67th-minute winner.
Bradford slipped to 22nd but at least salvaged a point at Bournemouth as Spencer Weir-Daley's injury-time header cancelled out David McGoldrick's goal for the hosts.
Rotherham are now within five points of the Bantams after a 3-2 win over Gillingham. Delroy Facey headed the Millers in front after six minutes but the Gills responded with goals from Felix Bastians (21) and Andrew Crofts (24). The hosts knew defeat was not an option and hit back through Chris O'Grady (75) and Marc Newsham's header late on gave them all three points.
Leyton Orient are only four points above the bottom four after a 2-0 home defeat to Northampton. The Cobblers grabbed both their goals in the first half, Simon Cox (12) putting them in front and Aiden Palmer credited with an own goal for the second (40).
Doncaster celebrated their success in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy with a 2-0 win at Brighton in the league. Graeme Lee, who headed the winner at the Millennium Stadium, put Rovers in front (28) and Danny Cadamarteri (47) sealed victory.
Carlisle won 2-0 away to Port Vale with goals from on-loan duo Danny Graham (27) and Joe Garner (90).