Bradford City produced an utterly unexpected 2-1 victory over their hosts Tranmere in the England League Two at Prenton Park stadium.
Bradford City side lead at the end of a closely contested first and second half, thanks to Cook composed finish of two goals in 3rd and 75th minutes.
Swindon second-half pressure finally revealed as Wakeling pounced on a loose ball to finish past Beautyman in 90' plus two minutes.
Shade bended a delightful pass to score a classic goal in 35th minutes before Williams added another one in 38th minutes.
AFC Wimbledon lost 2-0 against Northampton. Wimbledon suffered their third straight defeat after losing to Northampton at the Plough Lane stadium.
A thrilling first and second half came to a close at Plough Lane Stadium. The visitors took the lead early with goals from Guthrie on 27th minutes and own goal on 69th minutes.
England league Two table after yesterday's matches were played.
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