Dons climb the table with a point at Lincoln
Russell Martin's side move into 18th place in League One
Rhys Healey's 10th goal of the season helped MK Dons jump Rochdale in the League One standings after drawing 1-1 with Lincoln City on Tuesday night.
Healey's third minute free-kick was cancelled out by Laim Bridcutt's equally impressive strike for the Imps at Sincil Bank as the sides shared the spoils, and both climbed the table as a result. Dons jumped Rochdale, who were humbled 3-0 by Sunderland at the Stadium of Light, while Blackpool were beaten 3-2 by Gillingham as Lincoln jumped them into 14th.
A point for Russell Martin's side proved to be vital, with two of the four teams below them in the table prior to kick-off also picking up draws on the night. AFC Wimbledon held Ipswich to a 0-0 draw, while Tranmere Rovers also held Bristol Rovers to a goal-less draw. Bolton remain rock bottom after losing 2-1 to Doncaster Rovers.
League leaders Rotherham had their 'Bury game' on Tuesday, and saw their lead at the top cut to just a point as in-form Peterborough thumped Southend 4-0. But Posh have played three more games than Coventry behind them, who beat promotion rivals Portsmouth 1-0, dropped them to sixth. Wycombe are down to fourth after losing 1-0 at home to Fleetwood, who saw manager Joey Barton sent off.
Burton Albion and Oxford United shared a 2-2 draw at the Pirelli Stadium, while Shrewsbury's poor run continued as they were beaten 2-0 by Accrington Stanley.