Owls leave it late for Yeovil win

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Sheffield Wednesday, who had Jon Otsemobor sent off, left it late but did enough against Yeovil in the npower League One clash at Huish Park.

Substitute Jermaine Johnson (72) broke a lengthy deadlock before Tommy Miller converted an 84th-minute penalty for a 2-0 win.

Huddersfield saw off Southampton by the same scoreline at the Galpharm, Anthony Pilkington and Joey Gudjonsson scoring at either end of the first half.

Brentford moved off the bottom of the table with a 3-0 away win over the side who replace them there, Tranmere.

Kevin O'Connor scored twice, including a penalty, and Marcus Bean netted nine minutes from time.

A Jeff Hughes spot-kick and a Chris Lines effort helped Bristol Rovers to a 2-1 win at home to Rochdale, who had a Byron Anthony own goal to thank for their consolation.

Darren Currie (26) and Martin Devaney (50) exchanged goals as Dagenham and Walsall held each other to a 1-1 draw, while substitute Jonathan Tehoue grabbed the winner after 89 minutes of Leyton Orient's 1-0 win over Hartlepool.

Notts County defeated Plymouth 2-0 courtesy of Jon Spicer and Craig Westcarr, while Oldham and Colchester fought out a goalless draw.

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Colchester United
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Jermaine Johnson
Jeff Hughes
League One
Craig Westcarr
Huddersfield Town
Anthony Pilkington
Joey Gudjonsson
Kevin O'Connor
Martin Devaney
Jonathan Tehoue
Oldham Athletic
Darren Currie
Chris Lines
Kevin O'Connor
Plymouth Argyle
Byron Anthony
Tranmere Rovers
Leyton Orient
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