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 By PA Sport

FA to probe Millwall for fan striking Oldham's Anthony Gerrard

The Football Association will investigate reports that Oldham defender Anthony Gerrard was struck by a Millwall fan on Saturday.

Oldham lost 3-0 as Millwall secured a League One play-off place at The Den.

There was a pitch invasion at the final whistle and Gerrard said on his personal Twitter account on Saturday night that a Millwall fan gave him a "dig," before saying his "five-year-old hits harder."

Gerrard added: "These Millwall fans are comedy gold! They're very brave in the stands and on [Twitter]....

Walsall keep automatic promotion hopes alive with win

WalsallWalsall
Fleetwood TownFleetwood Town
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Walsall kept alive their hopes of automatic promotion to the Championship at the Banks's Stadium with a comfortable 3-1 win over Fleetwood, who still need a point from their last game to ensure they avoid relegation.

The Saddlers were never in any doubt of winning this one, but could regret conceding a late goal to Devante Cole if it comes down to goal difference with rivals Burton.

Walsall made a blistering start and were two ahead by the 18th minute, top-scorer Tom Bradshaw notching his 19th of the...

Chesterfield beat Bury to secure survival

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BuryBury
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Chesterfield confirmed their place in League One next season with an emphatic 3-0 victory over Bury at the Proact Stadium.

A first-half penalty from Jay O'Shea and a deflected Lee Novak strike put Chesterfield in charge before Dan Gardner sealed the win they needed to avoid relegation.

O'Shea had gone close with a 25-yard free-kick before he beat Chris Neal from the spot in the 29th minute after Cian Bolger had blocked Gary Liddle's run into the box.

Neal pushed away a shot from O'Shea in the 40th minute...

Paddy Madden winner keeps Scunthorpe in play-off hunt

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Port ValePort Vale
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Leading marksman Paddy Madden headed Scunthorpe to a 1-0 victory against Port Vale to keep alive their hopes of gate-crashing the play-offs.

He broke the deadlock in the 61st minute with his 22nd goal of the season to steer United to a fifth successive win.

In front of 7,275, by far their biggest crowd of the season, Scunthorpe struggled to get going in the first half as they chased a fifth successive.

Luke Williams was the main danger man for the home side, pulling one right-foot shot wide of the far...

Doncaster on the brink after loss at Crewe

Crewe AlexandraCrewe Alexandra
Doncaster RoversDoncaster Rovers
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Relegated Crewe earned their first win in 16 games and all-but condemned Doncaster to the drop with a 3-1 victory at Gresty Road.

Kick-off was delayed for half an hour to allow ground staff to drain a waterlogged pitch.

When play did start, Callum Saunders did well to bring down a high ball but the Crewe youngster dragged his shot wide.

Rovers gave their desperate plight a shot in the arm when Tommy Rowe slammed a deflected shot past keeper Ben Garratt from 15 yards in the 28th minute.

Doncaster could...