League One round-up
By Alex Dunn
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Luton maintain pole position in League One after a 1-0 win over Port Vale.Luton maintain pole position in League One after Ahmet Brkovic netted a late winner against Port Vale.
Kenilworth Road had to wait until the 84th minute to see a goal but once the talented midfielder struck, Mike Newell's table-toppers never looked like conceding their 1-0 lead.
A David Wetherall goal earned Bradford a late point, as his strike cancelled out Marvin Robinson's opener for Walsall.
In-form Hull continue their good work with a 2-1 win on their travels to Layer Road.
Ryan France and Stuart Elliot handed Hull a two-goal advantage before Gareth Williams pulled one back for Colchester.
Danny Wilson celebrated his debut as the new boss of MK Dons with a superb 3-0 success over financially-troubled Wrexham.
An opener from Nick Rizzo and a second half double from Wade Small secured maximum spoils for Wilson's strugglers.
Oldham continue their brilliant form with a seventh consecutive victory - this time promotion chasers Huddersfield were put to the sword 2-1 at Boundary Park.
After Will Haining's opener had been cancelled out by a goal from free-scoring Pawel Abbott, Kevin Betsy netted a winner on 38.
In-form Aaron Downes and Ian Evett netted the goals which saw Chesterfield beat Peterborough 2-1.
Curtis Woodhouse netted a late consolation but there was to be no comeback at London Road.
Luke Wilkshire's first half strike was cancelled out by a Scott Taylor penalty, as Blackpool came from behind to claim a point against Bristol City.
Stockport's miserable season continues with a 3-1 away loss to Hartlepool.
Chris Westwood's double and one from Joel Porter cancelled out Jon Daly's first half opener for Stockport.
Sheffield Wednesday will be frustrated they went down 2-1 to Brentford - who had Michael Turner sent off on 20 minutes.
Paul Sturrock's side had taken the lead from a Steve MacLean penalty but goals on 81 and 82, from Alex Rhodes and Deon Burton, stole the points.
Sam Parkin's second half equaliser for Swindon prevented Gregg Blundell's goal from earning all three points for Doncaster.
Troubled Torquay went down 1-0 to Barnsley courtesy of Michael Boulding's goal on the stroke of half time.