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Plymouth come back to beat Stevenage

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Plymouth came back from a goal down to beat Stevenage 4-2 in Sky Bet League Two ahead of Wednesday's FA Cup third round replay at home to Liverpool.

From 2-2 at the break on-loan Bristol City striker Arnold Garita turned in playmaker Graham Carey's goal-bound 25-yard drive for Argyle's third goal on 54 minutes at Home Park.

Substitute David Goodwillie made it 4-2 in stoppage time with a close-range tap-in, keeping the second-placed side four points behind leaders Doncaster.

Plymouth may have kept a...

Sam Slocombe penalty save preserves goalless draw for Blackpool at Cambridge

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Sam Slocombe's penalty save preserved a 0-0 draw for Blackpool at Cambridge.

Slocombe denied U's top scorer Luke Berry 14 minutes from time, diving to his right to repel the spot-kick after Tom Aldred had been shown a straight red card for pulling back Conor Newton as he ran through.

The visiting stopper had twice denied George Maris in the first half, after defender Leon Legge had seen a header kept out by the post inside the first 10 minutes.

Blackpool could have taken the lead 13 minutes before the...

Second-half show helps Cheltenham see off relegation rivals Accrington

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Captain Danny Wright broke the deadlock in a tight and nervy contest to inspire Cheltenham to a 3-0 victory over relegation rivals Accrington.

Chances were at a premium until Wright guided a looping header back across goal and over debutant keeper Marek Rodak from Danny O'Shaughnessy's chipped ball 10 minutes into the second half.

From there, it all fell apart for Stanley. Unmarked defender Mark Hughes hit the Cheltenham crossbar from six yards with the goal gaping before midfielder Scott Brown was...

Jack Marriott and Jake Gray earn 10-man Luton comeback win at Crewe

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Goals from Jack Marriott and Jake Gray earned 10-man Luton a 2-1 comeback win at Crewe.

Crewe raised the bar in front of their new manager Dave Artell and took a first-half lead through skipper Ryan Lowe.

Charlie Kirk should have done better when well placed on the left of the box early on, only to drag his finish past the far post.

Jon Guthrie was also left to rue skying a header over from close range after getting on the end of a teasing free-kick from George Cooper.

Luton responded with Marriott forcing...

Conor Chaplin double helps Portsmouth sink Leyton Orient

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Conor Chaplin missed a penalty and scored a brace as Portsmouth beat Leyton Orient 2-1 at Fratton Park.

Chaplin took his goal tally to seven for the season and is now Pompey's leading goalscorer along with Gary Roberts.

Pompey were awarded a penalty in the 21st minute after Enda Stevens was fouled by defender Sammy Moore just inside the box.

Chaplin stepped up to take the spot-kick but Orient's goalkeeper Alex Cisak guessed the right way and parried the ball out for a corner.

The striker made amends...