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On Tuesday night, several fixtures were played throughout the English Football League on a spring evening under the floodlights. It may have been a midweek fixture, but fans still traveled all over the country to back their sides and we collect those numbers in one place! Below shows the attendances and results for Tuesday 4th April in the English Football League.


Sky Bet League One:

A last minute goal for Bolton Wanderers saw them close the gap on Sheffield United at the summit of the Sky Bet League One to just three points. Their win tonight against Southend United also sees them create a 10 point gap between them and third and fourth place Fleetwood Town and Bradford City respectively.

Tonight at The Valley marked a special occasion for the club, in which Charlton dedicated tonight’s fixture against MK Dons for fans across the country to come and pay their respects to PC Keith Palmer. Unfortunately, Karl Robinson’s Addicks succumbed to a 2 – 0 defeat at the hands of Robbie Neilson’s MK Dons.

Millwall’s 2 – 1 away win at New Meadow against Shrewsbury Town, saw them increase their point tally to match Southend United. However, the South London Lions still sit outside the playoff spots due to goal difference.


Charlton v MK Dons

Result: 0 – 2
Goals (MK Dons): O’Keefe (7′minutes)Barnes (57′minutes)
Venue: The Valley
Attendance: 10,943 – 446 away support


Shrewsbury v Millwall

Result: 1 – 2
Goals (Shrewsbury): Whalley (90′minutes)
Goals (Millwall): Webster (35′minutes)Hutchinson (77′minutes)
Venue: New Meadow
Attendance:


Southend United v Bolton

Result: 0 – 1
Goals (Bolton): Beevers (90’+1minutes)
Venue: Roots Hall
Attendance:


Rochdale v Port Vale

Result: 3 – 0
Goals (Rochdale): Lund (34′minutes)McDermott (43′minutes)Henderson (45’+5minutes pen)
Venue: Spotland Stadium
Attendance:


 

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About Author

Charlton Athletic fan who is still proud and loves the achievements under Jimmy Seed, Alan Curbishley and Chris Powell. I am still waiting for the day when we return to the top flight of English Football! I am staunchly against the Roland Duchatelet ownership and support CARD in his removal. I am also a qualified referee with the London FA. Twitter: @ValleyFloydFred