Michael Smith scored two goals as Rotherham returned to winning ways with a constrict 2-1 League One victory over Bolton. Smith moved onto 17 goals for the season in all competitions with his double either side of Eoin Doyle ‘s equalizer for the visitors .
The Millers ‘ 21-game unbeaten run had been ended by Accrington on Boxing Day but the promotion-hopefuls returned to form thanks to two clinical headers from their lead marksman.

Wycombe were again without isolating coach Gareth Ainsworth as Sam Vokes ‘ seventh finish of the season secured a 1-0 victory at Charlton. Ainsworth remained at home for the second crippled in succession after testing cocksure for Covid-19, with Vokes netting the winner to leave the Chairboys four points off second-placed Sunderland in League One. Mark Sykes rescued a point for promotion-chasing Oxford as they drew 1-1 with Cheltenham at the Kassam Stadium.
Callum Wright gave Town a surprise lead in the 48th minute, prodding home from two yards when the U ‘s failed to clear a corner .
But after a spell of heavy atmospheric pressure from the home side, Sykes arrived at the far post to turn in Gavin Whyte ‘s low leftist hybridization. Kane Hemmings scored a spectacular finish as Burton cruised to a 4-1 acquire over struggling Crewe. MK Dons and Gillingham drew 0-0 .

Sky Bet League Two

Sky Bet League Two leaders Forest Green returned to military action with a 2-0 win over Stevenage, which extended their advantage at the top of the mesa to seven points. Rovers had not played since drawing 5-5 at Oldham on December 11 because of Covid-19 issues, but Rob Edwards ‘ men showed little rustiness as they heaped more problems on delegating battlers Boro. Josh March ‘s header broke the deadlock good before the hour, with Jamille Matt adding a second in the 64th moment. Harry McKirdy hit four goals as Swindon upset second-placed Northampton with a 5-2 succeed at the County Ground. The Robins went in presence through McKirdy in the 28th infinitesimal but Sam Hoskins had the Cobblers flat before half-time.

Jon Guthrie then put the visitors into the lead five minutes into the moment half following a free-kick. McKirdy, though, stabbed home a idle ball to promptly have Swindon level and then made it 3-2 in the fifty-fifth infinitesimal, with Tyreece Simpson slotting home a fourth goal on the hour. Frontman McKirdy scored his fourth in the 66th moment as the Robins climbed to fifth and immediately just two points off the automatic promotion places. Robert Milsom ‘s late penalty gave Sutton a 2-1 gain over Exeter at Gander Green Lane to move third base. Omar Bugiel had given the hosts the lead in the eighth moment, but that was soon cancelled out by Timothee Dieng. precisely when it looked like both promotion aspirant would have to settle for a point, Milsom won it from the blemish after Richie Bennett had been brought down. Walsall stand-in Conor Wilkinson scored an equalizer trench into arrest time to earn a 3-3 draw against Newport at the Bescot Stadium. Dominic Telford gave County an early lead, with Wilkinson making it 1-1 in the 53rd moment shortly after coming on. The Saddlers advancing, though, then scored an own goal with a header in the 56th minute before County defender Matt Dolan besides put the testis in his own web to flush things up again at 2-2. Telford then knocked in a recoil after a changeable came back off the bar to put the visitors in front once more following a feverish spell. There was more play hush to come, though, as Wilkinson struck again from a corner in the fifth moment of add time to snatch a point. At the other end of the table, bottom clubhouse Oldham battled to a scoreless draw at Hartlepool. Scunthorpe were beaten 1-0 at home by Carlisle through Rod McDonald ‘s header deep in the first half.

Ashley Nadesan scored twice as Crawley beat Colchester 3-1, while early on goals in each half from Lee Angol and Andy Cook helped Bradford win 2-1 at Barrow. Leyton Orient ‘s match with Bristol Rovers was called off on Saturday morning because of a coronavirus outbreak in the Rovers team. Harrogate against Port Vale and Rochdale versus Mansfield had besides been postponed, along with Tranmere ‘s stumble to Salford.