15 Oct League One highlights and round-up: Last-gasp Coventry stay top
Coventry held on top Position at Sky Bet League One Having a victory over AFC Wimbledon.
The Dons took the lead as a result of an early Marcus Forss punishment, however Jordy Hiwula levelled the match and Liam Walsh struck deep into stoppage time to secure the win for Coventry and maintain them a point clear of Ipswich, who won 1-0 in MK Dons thanks to a early Jon Nolan attempt.
Wycombe, with Accrington, drew 1-1 in third because Nick Freeman penalty bailed out Dion Charles’ attempt. Fourth, has been denied by Rotherham, Even though Sunderland. Marc McNulty place the Black Cats ahead however, the game levelled.
Despite watching their lead pegged back by Tranmere while Peterborough moved around sixth blackpool moved up to some Armand Gnanduillet header at Doncaster, making them a 1-0 win. Mo Eisa and Ivan Toney put the Posh in management after the fracture at Prenton Park, but Liam Ridehalgh and Oliver Banks fell back to Rovers.
Lincoln made their first point since they came from behind to draw 1-1 in Rochdale. Stephen Dooley had place Dale facing but Tyler Walker ensured the spoils were shared.
Despite being pegged back by Portsmouth, burton moved up to ninth. Joe Sbarra and Kieran Wallace had the Brewers two beforehand in six minutes in Fratton Park, but John Joe O’Toole’s red card given the incentive back to Portsmouth.
Ronan Curtis got a goal back until Brett Pitman made it 2-2 with a late penalty.
Shrewsbury saw off fighting Southend at a 4-3 epic, Gillingham and Bristol Rovers drew 1-1 and Keith Hill earned a first point with a goalless draw from Oxford in charge of Bolton.