League One round-up
By James Pearson
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Huddersfield fought back to beat Oldham while Swansea lost at Bristol City.Huddersfield Town fought back from two goals down to beat Oldham while Swansea crashed 1-0 at Bristol City.
Goals from Chris Porter and Luke Beckett put The Latics in the driving seat, although Guy Branston's own goal on the stroke of half time changed the game.
It was all Huddersfield after the break with efforts from Pawel Abbott and David Graham giving the home side a 3-2 success.
Swansea have slipped below Huddersfield after Louis Carey's 45th minute goal for Bristol City gave the lowly Robins an unlikely 1-0 win.
The Swans finished the contest with just 10 men when Tom Williams was given his marching orders late on for collecting two yellow cards.
Chesterfield claimed their 12th league success of the campaign following a 2-1 win over Bournemouth at Dean Court.
James Hayter's penalty cancelled out Wayne Allison's opener although Jamie O'Hara's goal after 74 minutes settled the contest.
Tranmere are becoming hard to beat although their 0-0 draw at Bradford was their fourth consecutive game without a goal scored.
Former Championship outfits Gillingham and Rotherham earned a point apiece with Gavin Grant's equaliser levelling matters after Lee Williamson fired The Millers ahead.
Blackpool beat Hartlepool 3-0 at Victoria park thanks in part to two penalties as both sides finish a man light.
The Seasiders lost a man first when on loan Neil Wood saw red after ten minutes, although Mickey Barron soon followed him.
Two Peter Clarke penalties put the visitors in control of the tie before Keigan Parker's late goal put the icing on the cake.