Cody McDonald scored two minutes from time to rescue a point from a 1-1 npower League Two draw for Gillingham after a Phil Jevons penalty had put Morecambe ahead.

Accrington failed to take advantage, drawing 0-0 with Oxford even though victory could have propelled them to at least fifth place.

Rotherham also drew 0-0, with Hereford, when a win could have put the Millers on the brink of the play-offs.

Burton enjoyed a vital 2-0 win against Cheltenham as they continue their battle against relegation.

Greg Pearson opened the scoring on the half hour after he was fouled by Andy Gallinagh in the area for which the defender was sent off.

Jacques Maghoma doubled the lead with 11 minutes to go.

Crewe and Lincoln drew 1-1 at Gresty Road, with Paul Green putting the Imps ahead before Clayton Donaldson levelled.

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