- Burton held by brave Stevenage
- Bradford v Chesterfield preview
- Simpson focused on mind games
- Blyth out for rest of the season
On-loan Burton striker Jacob Blyth will miss the remainder of the season with his thigh injury.
- Bradshaw facing fitness race
Tom Bradshaw is facing another fitness fight to return for Walsall's survival battle.
- WATCH: League One highlights
Watch all of the action from League One this weekend, including Bristol City v Barnsley, Fleetwood v Preston and Bradford v Oldham.
- Kane is the tops, says Delph
Aston Villa midfielder Fabian Delph has revealed he will vote for England colleague Harry Kane as player of the year.
- Burton v Stevenage preview
- Mowbray hails Turgott response
Coventry boss Tony Mowbray believes match-winner Blair Turgott took a big step in his career following a 1-0 win at Peterborough.
- Hart impressed by Notts County
Notts County caretaker Paul Hart was impressed with the endeavour of his battle-hardened troops in their 2-2 draw with Scunthorpe.
- Smith dejected by 'sucker punch'
- Turgott gives Coventry a lift
Blair Turgott fired Coventry closer to League One survival as his first goal for the club earned a vital 1-0 win at Peterborough.
- Canavan leaves it late
Scunthorpe defender Niall Canavan pounced four minutes from time as his side held Notts County to a 2-2 draw.
- Hird the hero for Chesterfield
A Sam Hird header secured a 1-0 win which kept Chesterfield in the play-off picture and put Walsall in the scrap for survival.
- Reilly back with Birmingham
- McAuley feels for referee
Gareth McAuley has expressed his sympathies to the referee who incorrectly sent him off against Manchester City last week.
- Mowbray plans for the future
Boss Tony Mowbray admits he is planning a summer overhaul as he looks at his Coventry squad.
- Beagrie backing Bournemouth
In his latest column, Peter Beagrie looks at Derby's struggles and backs Bournemouth to go up after signing Kenwyne Jones...
- La Parra: I was wrong
Wolves winger Rajiv van La Parra has admitted he was wrong to storm down the tunnel after being substituted against Sheffield Wednesday.
- Prem's best centre-back?
As John Terry is awarded a new contract at Chelsea, we ask - who is the best central defender in the Premier League?
- Peterborough v Coventry preview
Team news for Saturday's League One clash between Peterborough United and Coventry City at London Road.
- Chesterfield v Walsall preview
- Notts Co v Scunthorpe preview
Team news for Saturday's League One clash between Notts County and Scunthorpe at Meadow Lane.
- Kinsella farmed out to Luton
Luton have completed the loan signing of Aston Villa left-back Lewis Kinsella until the end of the campaign.
- Notts County snap up loan duo
Notts County have boosted their relegation hopes with the signings of Graham Burke and Jordan Williams until the end of the season.
- Johnstone signs Burton deal
- Chesterfield sign keeper Flatt
- Dorrans to stay at Norwich
Midfielder Graham Dorrans will stay on loan at Norwich until May 25 and is determined to play his part as the Canaries look to secure promotion to the Premier League.
- Gnanduillet back at Chesterfield
Striker Armand Gnanduillet has returned to Chesterfield after his loan spell at Oxford was cut short.
- Three in at Peterborough
Peterborough have made a trio of loan signings as they aim to consolidate their top-six place in League One.
- Birmingham loan in Fabbrini
Birmingham have signed Diego Fabbrini on loan from Watford for the rest of the season.
- Hopper back at Leicester
Scunthorpe United's on-loan striker Tom Hopper has returned to parent club Leicester City.
- Merson's relegation verdict
We look at the run-ins, stats and form of the Premier League's strugglers and get Paul Merson's view on who will go down...
- Premier League's best 'keeper?
As we approach the end of another pulsating Premier League campaign, we look at the goalkeepers who've made a difference this season.
- Benteke fit after injury scare
Aston Villa's fears of another injury to Christian Benteke have been lifted after the striker returned to training with Belgium on Wednesday.
- Pundits' manager of the year
The Premier League season might have yet to reach its climax but the Sky Sports pundits have savoured enough memorable moments to make their early picks for manager of the year.
- Ideye hoping to face QPR
Brown Ideye is hopeful of being fit for West Brom's next Premier League game against QPR a week on Saturday.
- No longer home-grown XI
FA chairman Greg Dyke wants to change the rules around home-grown players to help boost opportunities for young English talent.
- Birmingham duo closing on return
Birmingham's long-term injury victims Matt Green and Gavin Gunning stepped up their recoveries from knee injuries on Monday by featuring for the Under-21s.
- Player of the season in stats
With the international break now upon us, Sky Sports is asking which players have been the Premier League's top performers so far this season?
- County appoint Hart, Halsall
Notts County have placed Paul Hart and Mick Halsall in temporary charge of the first team while the club looks for a permanent successor to Shaun Derry.
- Bangura eyes second chance
Coventry new-boy Al Bangura admits he is determined to grab his second chance in League football.
- Adams keen on job in England
Former Ross County manager Derek Adams believes his record in Scotland has earned him a crack of the whip south of the border.
- Bradshaw out to end injury woes
Walsall striker Tom Bradshaw has revealed plans are in place to end the hamstring problems which threatened his Wembley dream.
- Home-grown: Who'd be axed?
Manchester City would need to axe SIX overseas stars if the FA’s new proposals concerning home-grown players were implemented today.
- Red card transferred to Dawson
Gareth McAuley's red card against Manchester City has been transferred to West Brom team-mate Craig Dawson following the case of mistaken identity.
- Hull to appeal FA charge
Hull City have confirmed they will appeal against an FA charge of failing to control their players in their Premier League game with Leicester City.
- Donacien extends Tranmere stay
Aston Villa defender Janoi Donacien will spend the rest of the season with Tranmere having extended his loan stay.
- Birtles' FL72 Review
Each week, Sky Sports experts review the Football League action on FL72.
- Hendrick wins young player gong
Derby midfielder Jeff Hendrick has won the Football Association of Ireland's Young International Player of the Year award.
- Chambers: Walsall must move on
Adam Chambers insisted Walsall must avoid any hangover from their Johnstone's Paint Trophy defeat.
- UEFA rules out more technology
UEFA general secretary Gianni Infantino has ruled out the use of video technology in matches for anything other than goalline decisions.
- Notts County sack boss Derry
Notts County have sacked manager Shaun Derry after a poor run of results left them in danger of relegation from League 1.
- Cotterill: League title is next
Victorious Bristol City boss Steve Cotterill challenged his side to clinch promotion in style after their Johnstone's Paint Trophy win.
- Bristol City claim JPT success
- West Brom wary of drop zone
West Bromwich Albion goalkeeper Boaz Myhill feels the team need to recover quickly from defeat at Manchester City and the injustice of Gareth McAuley's controversial red card.
- Police probe biting claims
Hertfordshire Constabulary are investigating allegations Dagenham and Redbridge midfielder Joss Labadie bit Stevenage captain Ronnie Henry during Saturday’s match.
- Referee chief wants TV trials
Referees' chief Mike Riley is ready to trial video technology in the wake of the red card blunder that saw West Brom's Gareth McAuley wrongly sent off on Saturday.
- McAuley set for red reprieve
West Brom's Gareth McAuley is expected to be cleared of any wrongdoing after being incorrectly dismissed in Saturday's 3-0 defeat at Manchester City.
- Foster out for six months
Ben Foster will not play again for West Brom this term and will also miss the start of next season following the knee injury he sustained last weekend.
- Berahino set to miss U21 games
West Brom have asked the Football Association to withdraw Saido Berhaino from the England U21 squad due to an ankle injury.
- Robinson revels in MK Dons show
MK Dons manager Karl Robinson believes a newfound ruthless edge means the sky's the limit after a 4-1 victory over Notts County.
- League One round-up
MK Dons remain in the thick of the race for automatic promotion from League One after a 4-1 home win over Notts County on Saturday.
- Robertson hails Peterborough
Dave Robertson insists Peterborough are loving turning the ABAX Stadium into a fortress after a 1-0 victory over Chesterfield.
- Hasselbaink lauds McLaughlin
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink admitted lady luck was shining down on Burton as they ran out 4-1 winners.
- Dickov delight at Rovers comeback
Doncaster produced some of their best football yet under manager Paul Dickov to come from behind to win 3-1 at Coventry.
- Neil hails Norwich success
Norwich City manager Alex Neil was full of praise for his players as they put a couple of frustrating draws behind them to move firmly back into contention for automatic promotion with a convincing 3-1 win over Nottingham Forest at Carrow Road.
- Peterborough beat Chesterfield
Ten-man Peterborough moved into the play-off places thanks to a 1-0 home win against fellow promotion hopefuls Chesterfield.