League One highlights and round-up: Leaders Peterborough beaten, Sunderland also lose

Peterborough crashed to a 2-0 defeat at Crewe to see their lead at the top of Sky Bet League One cut.

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Harry Pickering and Charlie Kirk scored for Alex as the hosts collected their third win of the season. The pair wrapped the game up before half-time to condemn Posh to defeat.

It allowed Hull to close the gap on the leaders to a point after they beat 10-man Burton 2-0.

The Tigers moved into second place after Mallik Wilks and Hakeeb Adelakun’s second-half goals. Burton remain second bottom and had Sam Hughes sent off after just 18 minutes for two yellow cards.

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Sunderland slipped to a 2-1 defeat to MK Dons at the Stadium of Light to remain sixth.

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Scott Fraser’s second-half penalty won it for Russell Martin’s side, who climb to 14th in the table. Cameron Jerome had earlier cancelled out Max Power’s deflected sixth-minute opener.

Fleetwood closed in on the Black Cats with a thumping 4-1 win at Bristol Rovers.

Joey Barton’s side are two points outside the play-off spots following Callum Camps’ brace, Ched Evans’ penalty and Paddy Madden’s strike. Josh Grant scored on the hour for the hosts, who dropped to 18th.

Matt Smith’s injury-time strike rescued a point for new Swindon boss John Sheridan in a thrilling 3-3 draw at fellow strugglers Shrewsbury.

Quickfire goals from Aaron Pierre and Matthew Millar put the hosts 2-0 up before Joel Grant pulled a goal back.

Dave Edwards made it 3-1 but Hallam Hope started Swindon’s comeback before Smith’s late leveller kept the visitors just above the drop zone.

Elsewhere, Jonathan Russell’s second-minute goal earned Accrington a 1-0 win at Northampton.

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