League One round-up: Lee Bowyer wins first Charlton game
Last Updated: 24/03/18 6:13pm
Lee Bowyer had a dream start as Charlton caretaker boss as his side beat in-form Plymouth 2-0.
The former Addicks, Leeds and West Ham midfielder was placed in temporary charge after Karl Robinson's departure to Oxford earlier this week. Lewis Page got Bowyer's reign off to a flyer with his first senior goal, a cracker from the edge of the area, after just three minutes.
Wolves loanee Michal Zyro added a second to deal Plymouth a first defeat in nine matches and give Charlton's hopes of reaching the playoffs a shot in the arm.
With Blackburn not in action, Shrewsbury took advantage with a 1-0 win over AFC Wimbledon taking them back into top spot. Stefan Payne tucked away a cross from Carlton Morris for his 13th goal of the season shortly after half-time, and they held on despite a late red card for Bryn Morris.
Wigan moved up to second thanks to a 2-0 win at basement boys Bury. Nick Powell converted a Michael Jacobs cross for his 13th of the campaign to give them a 26th-minute lead and Chey Dunkley headed the second just after half-time.
Dominic Poleon's goal gave Bradford their first win under manager Simon Grayson at the fifth attempt as they beat Gillingham 1-0. Fleetwood's recent revival continued with a 2-0 victory over Northampton, their first home win since the end of October.
Tony Craig scored his first goal for Bristol Rovers but Danny Lloyd levelled four minutes later to secure a 1-1 draw for Peterborough.
Lowly Rochdale were on course for a third straight away win when Callum Camps thumped them ahead from long range but Scunthorpe snatched a point through Ivan Toney's header.
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