Gareth Ainsworth was delighted to see Wycombe “among the big boys” after they earned a first away win since November at Bolton to move up to third in the League One table.
Graham Westley insists that there remains life in Stevenage’s survival battle despite his side falling to their seventh defeat in a row in a 1-0 loss to Salford.
Portsmouth got their bid for automatic promotion back on track with a hard-fought 2-0 victory at home to Shrewsbury.
Crawley head coach John Yems expressed his delight at the application shown by his players after they extended their unbeaten home run to seven games with a goalless draw against Carlisle.
Ross County co-manager Stuart Kettlewell praised his players’ fighting spirit after Billy McKay’s stoppage-time equaliser salvaged a 1-1 home draw with St Johnstone.
Ben Garner was a relieved man after seeing the storm clouds over the Memorial Stadium lifted by Josh Ginnelly’s 84th-minute winner in Bristol Rovers’ 2-1 victory over 10-man Blackpool.
Mark Cooper was left frustrated that his Forest Green side were unable to turn possession into three points in a 1-1 Sky Bet League Two draw at Oldham.
Ipswich manager Paul Lambert said his team produced their “best performance” of his time in charge after they went behind early on before thrashing Burton 4-1.
Manchester City’s two-year ban from European competition could have a number of implications for the club.
Coventry manager Mark Robins was pleased to get the better of the conditions and Southend to move into the League One automatic-promotion places.
John Askey was thrilled with his Port Vale side after they moved into the play-off places with a 3-0 win against Colchester at a windswept Vale Park.
John Coleman hopes Accrington can now look up the table after Sam Finley scored an injury-time winner in a thrilling 4-3 victory over Lincoln.
Mark Bonner was thrilled with Cambridge’s positive attitude after securing a fourth straight League Two win with a 2-1 victory over Bradford.
Matt Taylor insisted his Exeter side had improvements to make despite joining Swindon at the top of the Sky Bet League Two table with a 3-2 win at Macclesfield.
Delighted Fleetwood boss Joey Barton felt his side were “superb” and well-deserved 2-1 victors against in-form Peterborough.
AFC Wimbledon boss Glyn Hodges praised his side’s spirit as they rallied to earn a 2-2 draw at League One leaders Rotherham.
Mansfield boss Graham Coughlan hailed a massive win for his struggling side as a Danny Rose goal earned them a crucial 1-0 Sky Bet League Two home win over Newport.
Cameron John endured double disaster as his two own goals enabled in-form Gillingham to come from behind and beat 10-man Doncaster 2-1.
Sam Finley scored an injury-time winner in a seven-goal thriller as Accrington secured a 4-3 victory over Lincoln.
Sunderland boss Phil Parkinson saluted his players’ determination and character after they held on for a 1-0 win at Oxford that further boosted their promotion chances.
Wycombe boosted their automatic promotion chances with a 2-0 victory at bottom club Bolton.
Rory Holden’s stoppage-time winner capped a fantastic Walsall fightback as the Saddlers came from two down to stun promotion chasers Northampton 3-2.
Cambridge scored twice late on to beat Bradford 2-1 and record their fourth straight League Two win.
George Williams rescued a late point for out-of-form Forest Green with an 88th-minute equaliser in a 1-1 Sky Bet League Two draw at Oldham.
Josh Ginnelly ended Bristol Rovers’ 14-match winless run with an 84th-minute goal in a 2-1 win over 10-man Blackpool.
Kayden Jackson and Alan Judge both bagged a brace as Ipswich came from behind to beat Burton 4-1 and rekindle their challenge for a play-off place in League One.
Struggling Stevenage remain seven points from safety following a 1-0 defeat at home to Salford.
Carlisle extended their unbeaten away run to five games with a well deserved 0-0 draw at Crawley.
Exeter let slip a two-goal lead before Ryan Bowman scored a late winner to snatch a 3-2 victory at Macclesfield to keep their Sky Bet League Two title challenge on course.
Billy McKay’s last-gasp equaliser rescued a point for Ross County as they claimed a 1-1 draw with St Johnstone.