Date: 21st September 2015 at 10:09am
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Leyton Orient remain top of League Two after a 1-1 draw with promotion contenders Wycombe at home. Matt Bloomfield put Wycombe ahead with a simple tap-in, before Jay Simpson kept his cool when one-on-one with the goalkeeper to equalise for Orient.

Plymouth had the chance to go top of the table if they won on Saturday against Bristol Rovers at home. Jake Jervis put Argyle ahead in the 85th minute, but Ellis Harrison tucked away a penalty in stoppage time for Rovers, meaning Plymouth are now in third place.

League Division One Play off  Semi Final 2nd leg, 10th May 2015. @Deepdale Preston  Photo: Steve Parkin Chesterfield's Boss Paul Cook, Who could be Named this week as the New Portsmouth Boss

Oxford and Portsmouth also drew by the same scoreline. Liam Sercombe opened the scoring with a shot from the edge of the box, but Adam McGurk hit a speculative 30-yard goal, which was Pompey’s only shot on target, as they remain unbeaten in the league.

Elsewhere, there were home victories for Luton who beat Mansfield 1-0, after Craig Mackail-Smith converted his penalty and Wimbledon overcame Notts County 2-1. Dannie Bulman and Adebayo Akinfenwa scored in the final five minutes for the hosts.

Northampton ended Morecambe’s four-game winning run by thrashing them 4-2 away, with Lawson D’Ath, Sam Hoskins, Joel Byrom and Dominic Calvert-Lewin each scoring for the Cobblers, while Accrington won by the same score-line at Crown Ground against Exeter. Josh Windass notched a brace, while Piero Mingoia and Billy Kee put Stanley 4-0 up, before two consolation strikes from Lee Holmes and Joel Grant.

York and Carlisle played out a 2-2 draw, in which ten-man York recovered from going two goals down, whilst Barnet also came from behind twice as they beat Stevenage 3-2 at home.

Meanwhile, Dagenham drew 0-0 with Newport, who remain bottom of the league, and Hartlepool and Cambridge also finished goalless. And finally, Yeovil narrowly won 1-0 away to Crawley, due to a brilliant winner from Harry Cornick.

Player of the Weekend: Josh Windass (Accrington Stanley)
Team of the Weekend: Northampton Town
Goal of the Weekend: Adam McGurk (Oxford vs Portsmouth)

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