League One round-up: Luton Town set club record
The Hatters are now 11 points clear of Portsmouth who could only manage a draw at Southend United
Last Updated: 17/02/19 8:16pm
Luton set a new club record of 20 league games unbeaten with a 2-1 win at Fleetwood.
George Moncur's 25-yard free-kick put the League One leaders ahead just before the break, with Pelly Ruddock doubling the lead early in the second half.
Paddy Madden scored a consolation for the home side in stoppage time.
The Hatters' run sees Mick Harford's men beat their previous best, set twice in successive years during 1968 and 1969.
Second-placed Barnsley remain six points behind, having played a match less, after they beat Wycombe 2-1 at Oakwell - where there was a lengthy spell of stoppage time following an injury to Chairboys midfielder Luke Bolton.
Cauley Woodrow put the hosts in front with a penalty on 13 minutes, and grabbed his second just after the hour.
Shortly before that goal there had been an extended delay when Bolton needed treatment from both medical teams and was eventually substituted, which resulted in almost 13 minutes of action-packed additional time being played.
Wycombe defender Adam El-Abd was shown a late red card for violent conduct following an off-the-ball incident with Cameron McGeehan.
Joe Jacobson then pulled a goal back for Wycombe from the penalty spot, but there was to be no more drama before the full-time whistle eventually blew.
In Saturday's early kick-off at Roots Hall, Portsmouth had their hopes of making up ground in the promotion race dented as Simon Cox's hat-trick saw Southend battle back to earn a 3-3 draw.
Bryn Morris, Ben Close and Oliver Hawkins put Pompey 3-0 up inside 31 minutes, with Cox's goal before the break seemingly only a consolation.
However, the winger set up a tense finale when he converted a penalty with 12 minutes left and then curled in a late equaliser.
Owen Oyston's 31-year reign at Blackpool was ended in the High Court of Justice on Wednesday when a judge appointed receivers to take control of the club.
Coventry beat Walsall 3-0 at the Ricoh Arena - Amadou Bakayoko and Jordy Hiwula-Mayifuila scored against their former club, both goals coming in the space of six first-half minutes. Bright Enobakhare added a late third from the penalty spot.
Gillingham ended a four-match winless run with a 1-0 home victory over Scunthorpe - Mark Byrne's goal on the half-hour proved enough for all three points to lift the Gills out of the relegation zone
Ivan Toney scored a late goal as play-off chasing Peterborough won 1-0 at Oxford United, who drop back into the bottom four.
Relegation-battlers Shrewsbury were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Burton; Tyrese Campbell gave the Shrews an early lead, but David Templeton headed in a swift equaliser on 11 minutes.