Wigan Athletic players celebrate Sam Morsy’s winner that shocked Championship leaders West Bromwich Albion at The Hawthorns. Luton Town hit back dramatically against Stoke City with an injury-time penalty scored by James Collins to nab some extent . Sam Vokes had been fed by Joe Allen to place Stoke ahead early . In another 1-1 draw, Pedro Pereira’s fine first-time finish for Bristol City opened the scoring at the New Den against Millwall. Matt Smith’s header claimed some extent.
Huddersfield grabbed three points to ease their relegation fears by thrashing Charlton Athletic 4-0. Scott Hogan’s double for Birmingham City snatched some extent during a 2-2 draw away at QPR. Hogan had put City ahead on 24 minutes before Marc Pugh and Jordan Hugil turned the tables for the Rangers. Leaders Rotherham were ahead after just 10 minutes through Freddie Ladapo reception to MK Dons but they were pegged back 12 minutes later by Rhys Healey’s equaliser, and 1-1 is how it stayed.
Fourth-placed Wycombe Wanderers crashed to a 3-1 loss at Doncaster Rovers. Niall Ennis opened the scoring for Doncaster on the stroke of half-time and Ade Akinfenwa levelledon 67 minutes. But goals from Kieran Sadlier (71) and Jason McCarthy (83) bound up three points for the hosts.
Matt Taylor’s winner six minutes from time, saw Oxford United defeat Southend United 2-1 and climb to sixth. James Henry’s cool penalty had put them ahead before Lewis Gard’s leveller. agen maxbet online maxbetsbobet.org
Crewe briefly hit the highest of League Two when Perry Ng put them ahead within the last half at Morecambe but Aaron’s Wildig’s strike pegged them back for a 1-1 draw and restored Swindon Town, whose game at Mansfield was called off, to the summit .
Nine-man Plymouth Argyle fell at Bradford City, with Gary Sawyer the primary to be dismissed for a reckless tackle five minutes before the break. Already trailing by a goal following Ben Richards-Everton’s opener, Plymouth’s misery deepened five minutes later when Dylan Connolly rifled during a brilliant second.
Antoni Sarvevic got a second bookingsix minutes from time to finish a dreadful afternoon – although the two-man deficit didn’t stop Ryan Hardie netting a late consolation.
Northampton ran out 3-0 winners at Grimsby, because of a double from Callum Morton and one goal from Charlie Goode, while mid-table Salford City overpowered struggling Macclesfield Town faraway from home, scoring a 2-0 success with Ashley Hunter and Richard Towell the goal-scorers.
Cheltenham notched a fifth consecutive win with a 2-0 success at Colchester because of goals by Alfie May and Chris Hussey. Brennan Dickenson’s equaliser for Exeter City reception to Crawley Town gave them a 1-1 draw.