League One highlights and round-up: Blackpool draw with Gillingham to go top
Last Updated: 20/08/19 10:55pm
Blackpool moved top of Sky Bet League One after preserving their unbeaten record with a 2-2 draw at Gillingham.
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It looked bleak for the Tangerines when an Alex Jakubiak double put Gillingham in charge, but goals from Sullay Kaikai and Armand Gnanduillet during a four-minute spell before half-time ensured a share of the spoils.
Blackpool moved one point above Lincoln, whose first defeat after three straight wins came with a 2-1 loss at MK Dons.
Callum Brittain struck after just two minutes for the home side and although Tyler Walker equalised shortly afterwards, George Williams scrambled home the decisive goal midway through the opening period.
Veteran striker Adebayo Akinfenwa looked to have taken Wycombe level on points with Blackpool when a close-range header put his team ahead at Fleetwood.
But Wanderers were denied in the 90th minute as Paddy Madden equalised to give Fleetwood a 1-1 draw.
Coventry saw two players sent off in the second half against Portsmouth at Fratton Park but still left the south coast with a 3-3 draw.
Fankaty Dabo and Gervane Kastaneer were given their marching orders but the Sky Blues kept scrapping and Michael Rose equalised four minutes from time.
Jordy Hiwula had put Coventry ahead inside four minutes, but Portsmouth cruised clear through goals from Ronan Curtis, John Marquis and Gareth Evans before Matt Godden's 75th-minute penalty gave the visitors hope.
Like Coventry, Tranmere went down to nine men, seeing Corey Blackett-Taylor and Oliver Banks dismissed early in the second half against Bristol Rovers at the Memorial Stadium.
Rovers already led through an early Jonson Clarke-Harris goal, and Taylor Smith's penalty two minutes from time secured victory.
There was late drama at Accrington's Wham Stadium, where Shrewsbury struck three times in the final 13 minutes to overhaul their hosts and claim an unlikely 3-2 win.
Colby Bishop and Dion Charles put Accrington two goals ahead, but a Mark Hughes own goal gave Shrewsbury hope before Fejiri Okenabirhie equalised and Daniel Udoh hit an 89th-minute winner.
Kayden Jackson's stoppage-time goal edged Ipswich past AFC Wimbledon 2-1 at Portman Road. Nesta Guinness-Walker put the visitors ahead before James Norwood equalised nine minutes from time.
Scott Fraser hit a hat-trick in 23 second-half minutes to give Burton a 4-2 success at Oxford. Jake Buxton also netted for the visitors, with Cameron Brannagan and Anthony Forde claiming Oxford's goals.
Aiden McGeady and Charlie Wyke were on target for Sunderland in a 2-1 success at Rochdale either side of a Callum Camps goal, and Peterborough continued Southend's dismal start to the season through a 2-0 away win secured by goals from Mohamed Eisa and Ivan Toney.