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Scott Shearer saves two penalties to earn Mansfield victory

Mansfield TownMansfield Town
MorecambeMorecambe
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Mansfield goalkeeper Scott Shearer was the hero with two penalty saves in a 2-1 home win over Morecambe.

Both decisions by referee Mark Heywood were controversial and after the second, home manager Adam Murray was sent from the bench.

But Shearer denied both Shaun Miller and Paul Mullin in a thrilling game.

Mansfield led at the break but did it the hard way after conceding after just 58 seconds, the sixth time they have conceded early at home in seven games.

Lee Collins' headed clearance struck Krystian...

Wyke and Gilliead fire Carlisle to victory over Accrington

Carlisle UnitedCarlisle United
Accrington StanleyAccrington Stanley
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Charlie Wyke and Alex Gilliead scored first-half goals to give Carlisle a 2-0 win over fellow League Two play-off hopefuls Accrington.

Carlisle always held the upper hand despite an early blow when skipper Michael Raynes was stretchered off with a head injury sustained as he challenged for a corner delivered by Gillead.

The initial play was scrappy, with the early for the injury a factor, although Carlisle made the most of a 28th-minute free-kick on the left which Gilliead played short to Brandon Comley....

Matt Harrold's solitary strike sinks struggling Stevenage

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Crawley TownCrawley Town
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Matt Harrold's first-half strike was enough for Crawley to secure a first away victory since October and heap more misery on struggling Stevenage.

Harrold fired the Reds ahead a minute before the break after Roarie Deacon found space on the left and centred for the striker to net his sixth goal of the season.

Gwion Edwards had earlier wasted Crawley's best chance when he struck Bobson Bawling's cut-back straight at Jamie Jones, while Pat Hoban's first-time shot forced Paul Jones into a smart save at...

Jobi McAnuff's fine goal the difference for Leyton Orient at Portsmouth

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Leyton OrientLeyton Orient
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A stunning Jobi McAnuff strike proved the difference at a blustery Fratton Park as Leyton Orient moved into the play-offs and Portsmouth dropped out following a narrow win.

McAnuff rifled home from 25 yards to earn the points and it could have been more for the Orient against a lacklustre Pompey.

Both sides had chances in the opening 45 minutes, with Marc McNulty testing Alex Cisak from close range, while at the other end, Orient's best opportunity came when Sammy Moore headed just past the post on...

Luke Berry is spot on for Cambridge

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Dagenham & RedbridgeDagenham & Redbridge
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Luke Berry's late penalty earned Cambridge a 1-0 win against struggling Dagenham.

The key moment came eight minutes from time when Robbie Simpson was brought down in the box by Joe Worrall. Captain Berry sent goalkeeper Mark Cousins the wrong way with the resulting spot-kick.

Cousins had excelled, having saved well from James Dunne moments before the goal.

Christian Doidge headed a good chance wide for the visitors early on, and in difficult windy conditions Ashley Hemmings' cross from a wide position...