Town Down to Second After Saturday Fixtures
Saturday, 2nd Nov 2019 17:14
Town slipped to second in League One following Saturday’s fixtures.
The Blues are now behind Wycombe Wanderers, who beat Shrewsbury 1-0 at home, by three points but with two games in hand on the Chairboys, who are at Portman Road on Tuesday 26th November.
Peterborough remain third two points behind Town - again having played two games more - having lost 4-3 at Blackpool.
Oxford netted a late equaliser in a 1-1 draw at Portsmouth to move up to fourth, two points behind Posh and ahead of Fleetwood in fifth, who lost 2-1 at Bolton, and sixth-placed Coventry, who drew 0-0 at home to Accrington, on goal difference.
The Blues were scheduled to play expelled Bury at home this weekend, while they are next in action in their rearranged game at Rochdale on Tuesday.
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