The Bulls increase their safety gap to eight points and move into a more comfortable 17th place after today's games. Bradford attracted another 5,000 through the gates with their £1 offer but the last game of Peter Taylor's reign needed Stockport to have two men sent off before the Bantams scrambled a 3-2 win in injury time to ease their problems and join the Bulls on 37 points. The Hatters are bottom on 28 points, one behind Burton who return to the drop zone after going down 4-2 at home to Rotherham. Barnet climb out of the drop zone on 30 points after beating Lincoln 4-2 with a five point gap to Macclesfield, who lost 1-0 at home to Wycombe. Next up are the Bulls, Bantams, Aldershot, and Morecambe on 37. The Shots lost 2-1 at home to Port Vale, while the Shrimps won 2-0 at leaders Chesterfield.
At the top the Spireites' lead is down to six points after their loss, with Wycombe staying second and the Millers taking third from Shrewsbury after the Shrews could only get a goalless draw with Gillingham. Bury stay fifth after beating Crewe 3-1, staying above Port Vale on goal difference, with the Gills rounding out the play-off spots. Southend are up to eighth after a 1-1 draw with Northampton, while Stevenage are three points short of the top seven after a 4-0 demolition of Cheltenham. Accrington beat Torquay 1-0 after surviving a late pitch inspection that threatened to upend their plan to pay off the taxman.
In the Conference Wimbledon lead by three points after beating Altrincham 4-1, with Crawley beating Barrow 3-2 to maintain pace. Kidderminster move into the play-offs with a 1-0 win over third placed Wrexham. Forest Green hammered Tamworth 4-0.
At the foot of League One Plymouth earned a rare win with a 2-1 victory over Colchester to close their safety gap to five points. Dagenham lost 2-1 at home to Bournemouth, while Bristol Rovers lost 1-0 at Brentford. Walsall earned a point with a goalless draw with Rochdale but stay in the bottom four on goal difference after Swindon went down 4-1 at Southampton.