Oxford took full advantage of the Portsmouth slip to finish the second consecutive season in the Sky Bet League One playoff centers.
4-0 victory Burton On the final day of the Regular Campaign, Karl Robinson’s team ensured their share of the need-to-win deal to keep their hopes of a promotion alive.
Olamide Shodibo and Mattie Taylor hit during the first half, and Elliott Lee added a Medal and earned a flashy late to help Oxford finish sixth, which completes a remarkable shift for a team that was in the relegation zone recently in December.
Portsmouth dropped to eighth after Adam Phillips scored the only goal of the match to win Accrington They beat Fratton Park 1-0 on a disappointing day for Danny Cowley’s men.
Charlton The poor hopes of the top six were based on results elsewhere, but they were still able to finish the summit with a 1–0 win over the champions. Hal.
Jacob Graves put his net in unfortunate circumstances before the quarter-hour left when Matt Ingram managed to push Liam Millar’s cross into the defender. Celebrations were muted in the valley although the victory was only sufficient to take seventh place.
Peterborough They finalized their promotion alongside Hull earlier this month and signed in from the third division with a dramatic 4-1 victory in Doncaster.
Mohamed Issa, Niall Mason, Idris Kanoo and Ricky Jade Jones scored in the first half for Darren Ferguson’s men, who scored a 26th league victory this season despite Teres John-Jules’ late consolation.
Qualifiers take shape
Blackpool He made sure of third place with a narrow victory at home on the relegation already Bristol Rovers Ellis Sims scored the only goal in the 75th minute and they will face Oxford in the play-off round.
Sunderland And the Lincoln He remained in fourth and fifth places after a low draw at home Northampton And the Asian Football Confederation Wimbledon In a row, he will meet at a later time in May at Sincel Bank, before the return match will take place at Al Noor Stadium.
The Black Cats seemed poised for a surprise defeat until Karl Winchester drew three minutes before the end to cancel the late opening match of Sam Hoskins with Town, who will appear in the second league next season.
Wimbledon secured survival last weekend and the term concluded with a draw at Lincoln, finishing four points from the relegation zone at the end.
Goals and work elsewhere
Rochdale Farewell to the section with an excellent 3-0 away win MK Dunes After the second half goals by Aaron Morley, Jimmy Cohan and Stephen Humphries.
The action thriller saw seven goals SwindonAnother side fell, overtakes Wigan With a pillar from Scott Twain, you score points along the way.
Hallom Hope and Tyler Smith were also on target for Robbins, who trailed 3-1 in one stage after a Will Kane double and Curtis Tillet’s opening goal for the Homeowners.
In some other dead rubber, Ipswich He ended a disappointing campaign, winning 3-1 Fleetwood After James Norwood scored Guyon Edwards and Troy Parrott during the opening half-hour.
Goals were imminent at Crow Also, who overcame Shrewsbury In a five-goal showdown after Chris Porter added a Mikael Mandron early double.
Fadin Oliver scored the only goal in Gillingham Who confirmed he finished in the first half with a narrow victory Plymouth Visitors may be more concerned about Kelland Watts after he was forced out early due to a head injury and left the stadium on a stretcher.
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