A round up of Tuesday's results at the bottom of League Two
Barnet gained a fine 1-1 away draw at Wycombe tonight after they had fallen behind to a John Akinde goal in the 19th minute. Paul Furlong grabbed a 42nd minute equaliser for the Bees that takes them onto 37 points from 39 games and moves them 7 points clear of the drop zone with a game still in hand. Wycombe move up to 4th, just behind Rochdale on goals scored.
Macclesfield Town remain 19th despite going down 1-0 at Lincoln. Adrian Patulea gained the only goal of the match that takes the Imps up to 12th place. Macclesfield remain on 39 points, having played 40 matches.
Bournemouth, Grimsby and Chester were without a game tonight, but bottom club, Luton Town had the chance to make up ground on them. However, they went down 4-2 at home to Rotherham United. Rueben Reid, Drewe Broughton, Danny Harrison and Mark Hudson scored for the Millers who move up to 14th place. Luton's goals came from Chris Martin and Asa Hall. Luton had won their last three games but tonight's defeat leaves them still 11 points from safety with just six matches left and it seems that only a miracle will keep the Hatters in the league now. They remain on 22 points and have now played 40 matches.