Ipswich failed to capitalize on Plymouth’s game against Port Vale after conceding an equalizer against Fleetwood in the sixth minute of added time.
As the Sky Bet League One leaders narrowly avoided their first home league defeat of the season thanks to second-half goals from Tom Conlon and James Wilson, the Tractor Boys were on course for victory.
Luke Woolfenden put the hosts ahead in the second minute, but in stoppage time, Cian Hayes equalized for Fleetwood through a deflection, and there was still time for the visitors’ Josh Earl to be shown a red card.
Peterborough they missed a chance to close the gap as they lost 2-1 at home Barnsleywho came in fourth place because of the results.
Luca Connell’s opener for the visitors was canceled out by Jack Taylor’s 21st-minute header, but Adam Phillips scored Barnsley’s winner midway through the second half.
Dion Charles went 1-1 for the fifth-place finisher Bolton in the fourth minute of extra time at home that Bristol Roverswho took the lead from the second minute after Josh Coburn’s goal.
Alfie May’s goal in the 84th minute gave it away Cheltenham a 1-0 victory at Charltonwhen More than that The unbeaten run continued until the sixth game ended 1-1 at home to Exeter Cole Stockton’s goal in the 34th minute was canceled out by Joshua Key two minutes later.
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Second Stevenage closed to two points in the Sky Bet League Two leaders Leyton Orient with a 5-0 home win Barrow.
Saxon Earley set up Jake Reeves’ opener on 18 minutes and Jamie Reid added to their lead five minutes into the second half.
Dan Sweeney nodded in a corner to make it three before Luke Norris converted from the spot and Tyrell Warren’s late goal was well buried by Barrow, who remain in fourth place, a point above Bradford’s fifth.
Walsall jumped three places to eighth with a 2-0 victory at Doncaster thanks to second-half goals from Tom Knowles and Mansfield loanee Danny Johnson.
Elsewhere, Newport they completed an impressive comeback in the second half to climb one place to 17th and win 2-1. Crewe.
Cameron Norman blocked Lachlan Brook’s opener in the 13th minute before Offrande Zanzala scored the winner in the 85th minute.