Peterborough took advantage of a mistake by frontman Lincoln to climb to the top of Sky Bet League One with a 3-0 win at Plymouth in form.
Posh traveled to Home Park after four straight wins, but faced an unbeaten Argyle side in nine years.
However, strikes from Sammie Szmodics, Jonson Clarke-Harris and Jack Taylor in the second half were enough for Darren Ferguson’s men and their night was going to be even better.
Lincoln it was expected that the fight against Swindon but were forced to retaliate from behind twice at Sincil Bank to win a 2-2 draw.
Jordan Garrick’s second-minute opener for the visitors was canceled out by a penalty from Jorge Grant, and after Brett Pitman put Swindon back in front at the stroke of half-time, Morgan Rogers recovered a point with his strike in the 59th minute.
Discoloration shell didn’t ignore Saturday’s late disappointment against Doncaster as they fell to win against Ipswich at KCOM stadium.
James Norwood scored the game’s only goal in the 15th minute to further ease the pressure on Portman Road boss Paul Lambert.
Joey Barton suffered the agony of injury time in his first game as Bristol Rovers boss in trouble Wigan have given a significant boost to their prospects for survival.
Barton, named this week, watched Wigan move forward with Callum Lang’s header, but Luke McCormick appeared to have earned a point until Scott Wootton scored five minutes into added time to snatch a 2-1 win for the Latics.
Low club Burton also gave themselves hope with a surprise 2-1 victory over Charlton at The Valley.
Jayden Stockley’s early header gave the Addicks the advantage, but Mike Fondop-Talom led Burton in the 25th minute, and a homeward goal in the 52nd minute from Ben Watson proved enough for them. Brewers.
Northampton plunged deeper into relegation issues as they were held to a goalless draw at home for Rochdale, extending their winless run to 10 games.
Sunderland notched their third straight victory as Aiden O’Brien and Max Power’s second-half goals sealed a 2-0 victory Fleetwood at the stage of light.
Harvey White’s 48th-minute strike saw Portsmouth ended a two-game losing streak with a 1-0 win at Oxford.
Two goals from Sean Goss helped Shrewsbury to a 4-2 win MK Donations.
Two penalties from Ollie Norburn and Curtis Main were added in Goss’ opener to give the Shrews a big advantage.
Will Grigg reduced the deficit after 22 minutes, but Goss’ second goal restored the home side’s three-goal cushion before Charlie Brown’s late consolation.
Omar Beckles and Chris Porter goals helped Crewe to a 2-0 victory Accrington, who sent off Harvey Rogers just after half-time, while Jack Rudoni fired an 89th-minute winner as Wimbledon beat Gillingham 1-0.