Date: 14th March 2016 at 11:02am
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Millwall’s League 1 season continued with a draw against Swindon at the County Ground on Saturday.

An early two-goal lead had Millwall on for a win but a second half fightback, with the equaliser secured in injury-time, mean the Lions had to settle for a two-two draw with Swindon.

Lee Gregory and Steve Morison had Millwall two-up with a little over 10-minutes played but a second half penalty from Nicky Ajose and an equaliser deep into injury-time from Michael Doughty saw it end in a draw.

Here’s a round up of the League 1 action from the other games played at the weekend….

These were the other results.

Saturday 12th March 2016
Barnsley 0-2 Southend
Blackpool 0-1 Coventry
Bradford 2-1 Doncaster
Burton 2-1 Fleetwood
Chesterfield 1-4 Walsall
Colchester 3-3 Wigan
Gillingham 3-0 Crewe
Peterborough 2-3 Port Vale
Rochdale 3-0 Bury
Sheff Utd 3-0 Oldham
Shrewsbury 2-2 Scunthorpe
Swindon 2-2 Millwall

A reaction Burton (two-one) needed saw them react in a positive way to defeat last time round with a win over Fleetwood, who know they remain in relegation trouble but with (against a side almost certain to go down now) Wigan (three-three) dropped points at Colchester so this saw the Brewers extend their lead of the Latics.

Gillingham (three-nil) needed a win and they got it to revive the automatic promotion hopes whereas Crewe remain very much in danger of going down – Oldham (three-nil) could well join them with a heavy defeat suffered at Sheffield United, who helped their play-off chances.

A Walsall (four-one) win was also needed and they got it at Chesterfield so the Saddlers’ hopes of finish in the top two were improved with the Spireites still in serious relegation trouble as are Blackpool (one-nil) with them losing to play-off chasing Coventry.

Barnsley’s (two-nil) own bid for a play-off chances were dealt a blow when rivals for this Southend went away from Oakwell with the points with that helping the Shrimpers’ chances with Bradford (two-one) also profiting with a win over Doncaster at Valley Parade to keep Donny in trouble of dropping into League 2.

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