Jimmy Dunne heads home his first Sunderland goal at Oxford.
We take a closer look at the division's winners and losers, as well as some of the stories you might have missed.
Since manager Nathan Jones left for Stoke, Luton have picked up 16 points out of a possible 18 under Mick Harford. A 3-0 win over Wycombe saw the Hatters move six points clear at the top of League One.
The towering centre-back scored his first goal for Sunderland after arriving on loan from Burnley last month. Unfortunately it wasnt enough to secure all three points as the Black Cats conceded a late equaliser at Oxford.
Barnsley consolidated their position in the top two after a convincing 4-1 win at Gillingham. Woodrow, 24, netted two more goals in the victory and has now scored four times in his last five games.
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The Blackpool keeper returned from a four-match injury layoff and saved a penalty as the Tangerines beat Walsall 2-0 at Bloomfield Road. Terry McPhillips side are now just four points off the play-offs.
After their defeat to Luton on Boxing Day, Scunthorpe dropped to 23rd in League One. Since then, Stuart McCalls side have won six games out of eight and rose to 13th in the table with a 2-0 win over Accrington Stanley.
The Sunderland forward must have been looking forward to returning to the Kassam Stadium, where he become something of a cult hero at Oxford. But Maguire didnt even start on the bench during the 1-1 with the Us.
Kenny Jacketts side have now gone five league games without a win following their 1-1 draw at Plymouth. Pompey took the lead through Ben Close early in the second half but were pegged back 20 minutes from time.
After scoring in the first minute, the Barnsley striker left the pitch on a stretcher after a nasty-looking collision with Gillinghams Gabriel Zakuani. Thankfully the striker was discharged from hospital on Sunday morning.
Fergusons 47th birthday ended in defeat as Peterborough lost 3-1 at Doncaster. Posh took the lead in the first half but conceded three times in 12 second-half minutes to drop out of the play-off places.
Five minutes after taking the lead at Charlton, Southend were reduced to 10 men when Yearwood was shown a straight red card for a challenge on Jonny Williams. The Addicks equalised in the second half as the game finished 1-1.