League One round-up: Rotherham defeat Ipswich to return to summit as air ambulance delays Wycombe's win over Blackpool
Rotherham returned to the summit of League One with a 1-0 win over Ipswich in the top-of-the-table clash, as Wycombe climbed to second.
Richard Wood's first-half header was enough for Paul Warne's side to reclaim pole position in the table.
Wycombe managed to hold on for a 2-1 win over Blackpool after two early goals in a game delayed to 8.50pm after a spectator was taken ill. An air ambulance was forced to land on the Adams Park pitch.
Nick Freeman and Alex Samuel struck in the first 10 minutes and Wanderers managed to hold on for all three points despite Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall's 86th-minute goal on his Blackpool debut.
Peterborough edged closer to securing a place in the play-offs following a 2-0 win at struggling Accrington, who have yet to win in 2020.
Bristol City loanee Sammie Szmodics scored early on, with Joe Ward tapping home in the second half as Posh secured their third consecutive victory.
Kieran Sadlier struck twice as Doncaster ended Southend's unbeaten run with a 3-1 win at the Keepmoat Stadium.
Southend failed to build on their first league win under boss Sol Campbell, as Sadlier added to Niall Ennis' goal to secure a comfortable victory for the home side. Harry Phillips pulled a goal back for Southend in the second half but it did not affect the result.
At the other end of the table, Daryl Murphy rescued a point for bottom-placed Bolton in a 1-1 draw with Bristol Rovers.
Jonson Clarke-Harris looked to have put Rovers on course for their first win in 10 matches, only for Murphy to head home the equaliser in the final stages of the match.
Elsewhere, Wimbledon came from behind twice to secure a 2-2 draw against Burton at Kingsmeadow.
Debutant Joe Powell fired in the opener in the seventh minute, but the hosts equalised through Mitch Pinnock as he rounded the goalkeeper before tapping home.
The Brewers re-took the lead just before the break for Jamie Murphy to nod home, before Callum Reilly scored against his former club to secure the draw for the home side.
Rhys Healey converted a last-minute penalty as MK Dons came from behind to beat Rochdale 2-1.
Ian Henderson opened the scoring for Rochdale but second-half goals from Carlton Morris and Healey earned MK Dons a much-needed victory in their fight to remain in the division.
Fleetwood and Coventry played out a goalless draw on the Fylde coast.