Date: 30th October 2016 at 11:50am
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The League 1 season continued with the latest round of matches played over the weekend.

Scunthorpe kept the lead with Bolton holding off Bradford for second. Oldham, Chesterfield and Shrewsbury stay in the bottom four with Swindon dropping in to the relegation places too.

Here’s a round up of the League 1 action from the other matches played.


Sat 29 Oct 2016 – League One
Oxford Utd 1-2 Millwall 13:00
Wimbledon 2-3 Bradford 15:00
Bolton 3-1 Port Vale 15:00
Bristol Rovers 1-2 Peterborough 15:00
Charlton 1-0 Chesterfield 15:00
Fleetwood 2-1 Gillingham 15:00
Northampton 3-2 Bury 15:00
Rochdale 1-0 Oldham 15:00
Scunthorpe 4-1 Swindon 15:00
Sheff Utd 2-1 MK Dons 15:00
Southend 1-1 Shrewsbury 15:00
Walsall 1-1 Coventry 15:00

Millwall kicked off the weekend with another win, with this two-one win at Oxford something the Lions will be looking to carry forward and move away from relegation trouble first and foremost.

A Scunthorpe win, a convincing one after a four-one win against Swindon, made sure the Iron kept a three-point lead (at least) at the top with the Robins dropping into the bottom four after this defeat.

Phil Parkinson’s Bolton retained second place after a three-one win against Port Vale at the Macron Stadium, which made sure his former side Bradford were kept off second place after they saw off Wimbledon in a five-goal thriller with a three-two win.

Sheffield United’s unbeaten run went on with them still very much in the automatic promotion battle with the two-one win against MK Dons leading the visitors close to the relegation zone, which is very surprising.

It was left late but Charlton picked up an important point win against Chesterfield, which might have put a greater amount of pressure against the Addicks boss if this one-nil win at the Valley wasn’t gained.

Another five-goal match saw Northampton see off Bury three-two to move them into the play-off places once again, which Rochdale moved back into again with a one-nil win over Oldham at Spotland with that keeping the Latics in the bottom four as well.

Coventry kept the decent of late going with a point at Walsall following a one-one draw at Walsall, which ensured they stayed out of the bottom four.

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