The league leaders salvaged a draw at the EBB Stadium, Leon Legge cancelling out Craig Reid's opener late in the second half.
Port Vale were downed 2-1 at Oxford United, with Deane Smalley grabbing the winner 14 minutes from time.
The U's shocked table-topping Gillingham 1-0 at Priestfield Stadium midweek and went on to hand Vale a first defeat in eight away matches.
Burton Albion's hold on the third automatic promotion spot was weakened in a 3-0 defeat at Bristol Rovers, Eliot Richards rounding off a comfortable victory.
Albion's lead over the chasing pack was cut to a point as Exeter moved to fourth with a 3-0 win over Northampton, with veteran striker Jamie Cureton banking his 20th goal of the season.
Bradford gained a valuable three points in their play-off quest after securing a 2-0 win at Yorkshire rivals York.
Darren Carter hit what proved to be the winning goal as Cheltenham kept their promotion push alive with a 2-1 win at home to AFC Wimbledon, who slumped to the foot of the table.
Anthony Stewart was Wycombe's last-gasp hero as Gareth Ainsworth's men made it back-to-back league wins and in the process heaped further misery on Fleetwood, running out 1-0 victors.
Morecambe forward Kevin Ellison celebrated signing his new one-year contract with a spectacular strike in the 3-0 derby win over Rochdale.
Ellison signed a new deal before the game and marked the occasion by firing a superb 35-yard volley past Josh Lillis to give the Shrimps the vital second goal in a tight game.
Rotherham captain Johnny Mullins bagged a late equaliser to secure the Millers a 1-1 draw at Southend.
The Shrimpers seemed set for all three points when midfielder Kevan Hurst thundered them in front with a scorching long-range shot in the 73rd minute.
Ronan Murray struck his first goal for Plymouth to earn them a vital 2-1 win over Barnet in the battle for League Two survival.
An own-goal from Dagenham midfielder Abu Ogogo handed Chesterfield a 1-0 win - their first away victory of 2013.
Torquay picked up a point from a goalless draw at fellow strugglers Accrington Stanley in a result which did neither side many favours in their bids to avoid the drop.
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