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League One Round-Up


Another disappointing day for Notts fans, losing at home to local rivals Chesterfield who now sit comfortably in the play off places at 5th in the table. The big game of the day between MK Dons and Bristol City ended as a goalless draw. Swindon and Preston remain in 2nd and 4th place respectively with Oldham moving up to 6th replacing Sheffield United who fall to 7th.

There was a League One game which end up being called off, however all the other remaining fixtures went ahead as planned and it makes for another interesting weekend of football at this level.


League One results

Colchester 2–3 Crewe Alexandra

Doncaster 0–2 Walsall

Fleetwood 1–1 Peterborough

Gillingham 2–0 Sheffield United

MK Dons 0–0 Bristol City

Notts County 0–1 Chesterfield

Port Vale 2–2 Bradford

Preston North End 1–0 Coventry

Scunthorpe 0–1 Oldham

Swindon 2–0 Barnsley

Yeovil 2–1 Crawley

Rochdale v Leyton Orient - POSTPONED (Frozen Ground)


Upcoming fixtures

Monday 9th February 2015

Bradford v MK Dons


Tuesday 10th February 2015

Barnsley v Fleetwood

Bristol City v Port Vale

Chesterfield v Preston North End

Coventry v Scunthorpe

Crawley v Doncaster Rovers

Crewe Alexandra v Yeovil

Leyton Orient v Notts County

Oldham Athletic v Swindon Town

Peterborough United v Gillingham

Sheffield United v Colchester

Walsall v Rochdale


League update

Today there were 4 home wins, 4 away wins, 3 draws and 1 postponement.

Bristol City hold pole position with 58 points from 27 games.

Swindon move up to 2nd with 57 points from 28 games replacing MK Dons who drop to 3rd on 56 points from 28 games. There is then a 6 point gap to Preston who remain 4th with 50 points from 28 games.

Chesterfield stay at 5th 8 points lower with 42 points from 28 games. Oldham move up into the final play off place with 40 points having played 28 games. Sheffield United drop to 7th with 39 points from 28 games.

Rochdale, Bradford, Peterborough and Fleetwood occupy positions 8 to 11th each on 38 points from 26, 27, 28 and 29 games respectively. Walsall climb up to 12th with 37 points from 28 games.

Doncaster slip to 13th with 36 points from 27 games, just above Port Vale who have the same number of points but from 29 games.

Barnsley drop to 15th with 35 points from 28 games, the same as Notts County who drop to 16th..

Gillingham move up to 17th also on 35 points but from 29 games. Scunthorpe fall to 18th with 33 points from only 26 games. Crewe move up to 19th with 32 points from 28 games.

Coventry fall to 20th with 31 points from 29 games. Colchester stay at 21st with 28 points from 28 games, just above 22nd placed Yeovil who have the same number of points but from 29 games.

Crawley fall to 23rd with 27 points from 29 games. 24th and bottom are Leyton Orient who have played 27 games accumulating 26 points.


12 points separate 6th placed Oldham from 21st placed Colchester and 22nd placed Yeovil who are both on 28 points.

Notts have fallen to 16th with 35 points, but are still only 5 points away from a play off place though are slightly worryingly only 7 points outside the relegation zone. Notts have a chance to climb the table with their next game, although being away they are playing against rock bottom Leyton Orient.




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Sheffield United really lost out by losing to Gillingham, yet I am pleased for the Gills. Perhaps the only stand-out result really, as I would have expected Sheffield United to continue their form, they must be really disappointed.

Orient is being setup to vastly important, I just hope we can and do well.

It needs to be a positive result, as if we fall any more it will be harder to pull it back and I really want to see Derry have a bit of luck now.

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