Sheffield United maintained their grip on second place in the Sky Bet Championship after a 1-0 win at Reading.
Iliman Ndiaye’s second-half goal earned the Blades a crucial win in the promotion race.
The win leaves Paul Heckingbottom’s men 10 points behind runaway leaders Burnley and seven above third-placed Middlesbrough.
Reading was dangerous, with Andy Carroll a nuisance, and Tom Ince came the closest for the Royals in the first half.
But Ndiaye linked up well with Oli McBurnie on the hour mark to score against the run of play and seal the points for the visitors.
Daryl Dike maintained West BromPromotion hopefuls as they struggled Wigan 1-0.
The striker scored his sixth goal of the season with a nod after Jayson Molumby’s shot was turned off the crossbar by Ben Amos.
Wigan keeper Amos also turned a Dike shot off a post and Jed Wallace and John Swift hit the woodwork for the hosts.
The win left the Baggies ninth in the Championship and four points off the top six.
Huddersfield climbed from bottom and above the Latics on goal difference after a 0-0 draw with City of Bristol.
Robins boss Nigel Pearson scored his 600th game in management but couldn’t find a win to celebrate the milestone with.
The Terriers remain in the bottom three and are six points from safety, with City 13th in the standings.
Sky Bet Ligue 1
Ryan Hardie’s late penalty saved PlymouthAutomatic promotion hopefuls are on course as they come from behind to beat Derby 2-1 in their Sky Bet League One clash at Home Park.
Second-placed Argyle fell behind Nathaniel Mendez-Laing’s opener but tied on the hour mark through Callum Wright.
Hardie’s ruthless kick sealed victory which kept the chasing pack at bay and brought the home side level on points with leaders Sheffield on Wednesday, while Derby fall to sixth place.
Ipswich continued their upward trajectory as they moved away Accrington 3-0 at Portman Rd.
Kieran McKenna’s in-form side took an early lead through Nathan Broadhead and doubled their advantage just before the hour mark through Kayden Jackson before Kyle Edwards completed the scoring in added time.
It sealed a fourth straight win for the Tractor Boys and a fifth consecutive clean sheet, keeping them in the tail of the two teams above them.
Barnsley moved up to fourth and extended his unbeaten streak to eight games with a 3-1 win over Portsmouth at Oakwell.
Two goals in three minutes from James Norwood and Nicky Cadden put the hosts in good control before Pompey, who entered the game after three straight wins, reduced the deficit through Colby Bishop.
But Devante Cole fired home on the hour mark to ensure the Tykes got past Bolton in the table and continued their promising form.
Wycombe ended a two-game winless streak as they beat Fleetwood 2-0 at Adams Park.
Chris Forino put the home side ahead with just four minutes on the clock and Sam Vokes scored the second after 66 minutes to seal the points.
Wrestlers Cambridge And Morecambe tied the points in a 1-1 draw at Abbey Stadium, with Jack Lankester’s opener for the hosts canceled out by a Cole Stockton header for the Shrimpers just before half-time.
Frankie Kent’s Late Winner Preserved PeterboroughThe play-offs’ hopes are alive as they secured a 2-1 win at home against Shrewsbury.
Jonson Clarke-Harris put Posh ahead but Tom Flanagan quickly equalized for the Shrews before Kent’s 87th-minute effort claimed the points.
lincoln are now unbeaten in 10 but have played their seventh draw after traveling to Cheltenham finished aimlessly.
Sky Bet League Two
The hopes of the dams Bradford And Stockport failed to mount the pressure on the teams around them as they were both held to disappointing draws.
Bradford failed to break the deadlock at Wallsallwhose winless league now stretches to 10 games, while Stockport were held at home by Gillingham.
Threatened with relegation CrawleyThe downfall of continued as they crashed out to their sixth consecutive loss in a 3-0 defeat at sutton.
Omar Bugiel struck twice either side of half-time to put the hosts ahead and, after Crawley’s Joel Lynch was sent off for a second yellow card, Lee Angol completed the scoring late.
Harrogate bolstered their survival hopes with two late goals to sink Doncaster 2-0 at Keepmoat Stadium.
Ahead of the seven-game winless tie, the visitors ran through Luke Armstrong after 81 minutes and a second three from Alex Pattison gave third bottom Harrogate a well-deserved victory.
John McAtee donated Grimsby a first-half lead against Newportbut Priestley Farquharson’s 55th-minute effort saved a point for the visitors in a 1-1 draw at Blundell Park.