Bantams win, Blades frustrated, but defeats for Barnsley, Rovers and York

Sheffield United's Bob Harris celebrates his goal at Fleetwood.

Sheffield United's Bob Harris celebrates his goal at Fleetwood.

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Bradford City were the big winners in League One as they beat 10-man Chesterfield.

Billy Clark scored the only goal of the game as Bradford won 1-0 at Chesterfield, who had Sam Morsy sent off for fighting soon after half-time.

Fleetwood shared the spoils with Sheffield United in a 1-1 draw at Highbury, with Antoni Sarcevic levelling for the hosts after Bob Harris had given the Blades an early lead.

Jordan Cook enjoyed a double strike either side of Tom Bradshaw’s score as Walsall fought back to claim a 3-1 win over Barnsley, who had taken a 29th-minute lead through Lewin Nyatanga.

Luke Norris bagged a brace as Gillingham claimed a 2-1 victory at Doncaster, with Curtis Main claiming a consolation from the spot in stoppage time for Rovers.

Elsewhere in League One, Bristol City maintained their one-point advantage over Swindon at the top thanks to a late 1-0 home win against Crawley.

Steve Cotterill’s side looked in danger of being knocked off the summit until Luke Ayling struck from close range in the 87th minute at Ashton Gate.

Swindon kept up the pressure on the pacesetters with a 3-0 triumph at Notts County, where Andy Williams bagged a brace and Massimo Luongo also scored after the Magpies had Liam Noble dismissed in the 56th minute.

However, Preston and MK Dons both lost ground on the front two following a 1-1 draw at Deepdale, where Carl Baker put the visitors ahead but Scott Wiseman equalised for North End.

Crewe remain at the foot of the table following a 2-1 loss at Scunthorpe, with Luke Williams and Miguel Angel Llera netting either side of a Nicky Ajose equaliser.

Yeovil threw the formbook out of the window when romping to a 4-0 victory at Oldham, with Stephen Arthurworrey, Simon Gillett, Sam Hoskins and Kieffer Moore doing the damage.

Rochdale were also impressive away winners as Matthew Lund, Peter Vincenti, Ian Henderson (penalty) and Jack O’Connell were on target in a 4-1 triumph at Colchester, who could only reply through Gavin Massey.

Peterborough had Joe Newell sent off seven minutes into added time but had already done enough to secure a 2-1 win at Leyton Orient thanks to goals from Aaron McLean and Erhun Oztumer. Orient had equalised just before the break through Shaun Batt.

Reda Johnson and Gary Madine were on target as Coventry prevailed 2-0 at Port Vale,

There was a five-goal thriller at Bootham Crescent as AFC Wimbledon claimed a 3-2 League Two win over York City thanks to goals from Jake Goodman, Sean Rigg and Matt Tubbs, with Diego De Girolamo and Stephane Zubar replying for the hosts.

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