Huddersfield extended their unbeaten run in League football to 31 games as they travelled the short distance to Oldham and left after a 1-1 draw.

Both goals came in the opening 16 minutes at Boundary Park with Antony Kay cancelling out Shefki Kuqi's early effort, with Oldham having Bradley Diallo sent off.

Hartlepool leapt six places to sixth with a 2-0 win over Exeter, the goals coming early from Gary Liddle and late on from substitute Nathan Luscombe.

Stevenage were in good goalscoring form as they beat Rochdale 4-2 at Broadhall Way.

Chris Beardsley struck twice for the home side after Craig Read had opened the scoring. Borough also benefited from an own goal by Neal Trotman while Gary Jones and David Ball replied for the visitors.

Krystian Pearce and Cristian Montano scored in the last 12 minutes to hand Notts County a 3-1 win over Bournemouth.

County had led since a Jeff Hughes goal in the first minute, but Marc Pugh's 71st-minute equaliser threatened to earn the Cherries at least a point.

Substitute Steven Gillespie scored a 74th-minute equaliser as Colchester claimed a 1-1 draw at 10-man Scunthorpe.

Bobby Grant had an eventful first half for the Iron, scoring either side of two bookable offences.

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