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League One Round-Up


This weeks League One programme was curtailed due to the FA cup where hopefuls Preston and Sheffield United drew 1-1. Chesterfield lost 2-0 away at Derby. Bristol City lost at home to West Ham. The result of the round though was Bradford's unexpected 4 -2 away win at Premiership leaders Chelsea. Rochdale play Stoke tomorrow.

Within the League One fixtures no major surprises were found, as three home teams won, two of the seven ties ended up as draws and only two resulted in wins for the away teams.


League One Results

Colchester 2 Leyton Orient 0

Fleetwood 1 Crawley 1

Gillingham 3 Oldham 2

MK Dons 2 Barnsley 0

Notts County 1 Peterborough 2

Port Vale 0 Crewe Alexandra 1

Yeovil 0 Coventry 0


Upcoming Fixtures Tuesday 27thJanuary 2015

Chesterfield v Crawley

Scunthorpe v MK Dons


League Update

The top 5 places in League One remain unchanged. Swindon are in top spot with 54 points from 26 games with Bristol City in second place on the same number of points but having played a game less. In 3rd place are MK Dons with 51 points from 25 games followed in 4th place by Preston on 47 points from 26 games.

There is then a gap of 10 points with Rochdale in 5th place on 37 points from 25 games, level with Fleetwood having beaten Crawley move up to 6th having played 25 games.

Bradford drop to 7th with 36 points from 25 games with Sheffield United also on 36 points but having played a game less.

Chesterfield, Notts, Doncaster Rovers and Port Vale come next, all on 35 points having played 25, 26, 25 and 27 games respectively.

Peterborough move up to 13th with 34 points from 26 games, while Oldham, on the same number of points drop to 14th from 25 games.

Walsall fall to 15th on 33 points from 26 games. Gillingham move to 16th with 31 points from 27 games. Coventry also move up to 17th, with 30 points from 27 games.

Barnsley drop down to 18th and Scunthorpe to 19th both on 29 points Barnsley have played 25 games but Scunthorpe have only played 23.

Crewe climb out of the relegation places to 20th place also with 29 points but from 26 games.

Colchester,still in the drop zone ,move up to 21st with 27 points from 26 games.

Leyton Orient drop to 22nd with 26 points from 26 games with Yeovil moving off the bottom to 23rd with 25 points from 27 games.

Crawley drop to rock bottom with 24 points from 26 games. 10 points separate 6th placed Fleetwood and 21st placed Colchester.

Notts are 2 points off a play-off place but also only 8 points off a relegation spot.



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Well there wasn't any real surprises, I felt we could win Peterborough but they shouldn't have been written off. I think Yeovil did well to draw against Coventry, I was hoping they would win. Gillingham actually did alright, it was touch and go for them.

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