On Tuesday night, a handful of fixtures were played throughout the English Football League on a pleasant 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 28th March in the English Football League.

Sky Bet League One:

There were three fixtures in the Sky Bet League One which took place on Tuesday night. AFC Wimbledon saw out a 3 – 1 win against Rochdale at the Kingsmeadow stadium this evening. Meanwhile, in Sheffield, the Blades beat the Lions of Southeast London 2 – 0 moving them seven points clear at the top of League One. Lastly, Oxford United fans had a night to remember under the floodlights after they saw their side rout Bury with a 5 – 1 win at the Kassam Stadium.

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The round up of goals and attendance numbers for these three fixtures can be found below.

AFC Wimbledon v Rochdale

Result: 3 – 1
Goals (AFC Wimbledon): Kelly (53′minutes)Taylor (55′minutes)Parrett (58′minutes pen)
Goals (Rochdale): 
Camps (65′minutes)
Stadium: Cherry Red Records Stadium

Sheffield United v Millwall

Result: 2 – 0
Goals (Sheffield United): O’Connell (16′minutes)Freeman (55′minutes)
Stadium: Bramall Lane


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Oxford United v Bury

Result: 5 – 1
Goals (Oxford United): Johnson (11′minutes)Rothwell (35′minutes)McAleny (39′minutes, 49′minutes, 90’+5minutes)
Goals (Bury): 
Vaughan (59′minutes)
Stadium: Kassam Stadium

Sky Bet League Two:

Accrington Stanley and Cambridge United were the only sides to host a fixture on Tuesday night. Accrington saw out a 2 – 0 win against Cambridge, which saw them move into 13th of the Sky Bet League Two.

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Accrington Stanley v Cambridge United

Result: 2 – 0
Goals (Accrington Stanley): McConville (19′minutes)McCartan (54′minutes)
Stadium: Crown Ground

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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