Chesterfield reclaim top spot

  • Last Updated: January 28 2014, 23:43 GMT

A review of Tuesday night's action in Sky Bet League 2, as Chesterfield return to the top with a win over York.

Eoin Doyle: Found the net for Chesterfield
Eoin Doyle: Found the net for Chesterfield

Chesterfield leapfrogged Scunthorpe to return to the Sky Bet League Two summit following their 2-0 win at York.

The Iron went top on Monday night but were shunted back down to second as the Spireites triumphed courtesy of first-half goals from Eoin Doyle and Gary Roberts.

  • League Two
Position Player Score
1 Chesterfld 51
2 Scunthorpe 50
3 Fleetwood 48
4 Rochdale 47
5 Oxford Utd 46
6 Southend 46
7 Burton Alb 46
8 Newport 38
9 AFC W'don 38
10 Morecambe 38
11 Dag + Red 36
12 Plymouth 35
13 Cheltenham 34
14 Hartlepool 34
15 Exeter 33
16 York City 32
17 Accrington 32
18 Portsmouth 32
19 Mansfield 31
20 Bristol R 30
21 Wycombe 29
22 Bury 28
23 Torquay 26
24 Northamptn 22

Oxford drew at Exeter in their first outing since manager Chris Wilder's departure for Northampton, caretaker boss Mickey Lewis overseeing a goalless 90 minutes at St James' Park.

A point leaves Oxford in fourth, level on 48 points with Burton and Southend.

Phil Brown's Shrimpers reached that mark after drawing 1-1 at Dagenham.

Kevan Hurst put the visitors ahead eight minutes into the second half, but they were pegged back by Luke Norris' equaliser 15 minutes later.

AFC Wimbledon came from behind to see off visiting Hartlepool.

Luke James put Pools in front just before the break but two goals in as many minutes from Will Antwi and substitute Danny Hylton ensured the hosts left with three points.

Peter Murphy scored in injury time to hand Accrington a 1-0 victory at Bristol Rovers, extending his side's buffer over the drop zone to six points.

Rovers, on the other hand, remain just four clear of the bottom two.

It was a similar story at Wycombe, who lost 1-0 to Portsmouth.

Ryan Taylor's penalty five minutes into the second half put Pompey level with Accrington on 32 points, while Wanderers lie three points further back in 21st.

Four fixtures fell foul of waterlogged pitches, with Mansfield v Bury, Newport v Plymouth, Northampton v Rochdale and Torquay v Burton all postponed.

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