2nd March 2015
Jazz Richards tasted victory for the first time at Fulham as they shocked Championship leaders Derby 2-0 at Craven Cottage.
Richards, who last week signed an extended loan deal until the end of the season, featured for the full 90 minutes as Fulham moved eight points clear of the dropzone.
They will look to back that result up on Tuesday night when they visit Watford.
In League One, Alan Tate saw red in Crewe's creditable draw with promotion-chasing Swindon Town.
Tate was dismissed in the final minute after receiving his second booking, which came just moments after Swindon had see Jake Stephens sent off.
Crewe, who take on Rochdale on Tuesday, now sit four points above fourth-bottom Leyton Orient, for whom Ryan Hedges scored his first professional goal in their 2-0 win at Walsall.
Hedges struck the opener after 56 minutes before turning provider for Chris Dagnall three minutes later. And the young forward was given a huge ovation by the travelling Orient support when he was replaced in the 75th minute.
Orient, who host leaders Bristol City on Tuesday night, remain a point off safety due to Coventry's 2-1 win over MK Dons.
Liam Shephard, Stephen Kingsley and Josh Sheehan all featured for Yeovil as they were pegged back to a 1-1 draw at Scunthorpe.
The trio played for the full game as the Glovers took the lead through Gozie Ugwu, with former Swan loanee Artur Krysiak forced off shortly after as he required ten stitches following a head injury.
And his replacement Gareth Stewart came to the rescue by keeping out a Scunthorpe penalty, although the hosts levelled just past the hour mark.
Kingsley went close to winning the game for Yeovil, but his effort from Shephard's cross drifted wide.
A draw means Yeovil are six points from safety with 15 games remaining.
Rory Donnelly featured for 63 minutes during Tranmere's 2-0 loss at Cheltenham.
It proved a second consecutive loss for Micky Adams' side, who now sit one point above the relegation zone in League Two.
Tranmere will look to bounce back on Tuesday night as they host third-placed Wycombe.