A round up of Saturday's matches at the bottom of League Two
This weekend saw all of the bottom six in League Two in action. The Bees gained a valuable point at Saltergate with Ismail Yakubu putting Barnet ahead in the first half. Daniel Hall grabbed a point for Chesterfield in the second half, the game finishing 1-1.
Accrington, placed 19th in the table, lost 3-1 at Aldershot. The home side, without a win in 9 matches, went ahead through Kirk Hudson and on loan striker, Jake Robinson scored their other goals. Craig Lindfield scored for Accrington.
Chester City remain 21st, level on points with Barnet, but having played two more games after two very late goals salvaged a point in a 2-2 home draw with Dagenham & Redbridge. Goals by ex-bee, Ben Strevens and Matt Ritchie gave the Daggers a 2-0 lead and they held it until the 86th when David Mannix pulled a goal back for Chester. Kevin Roberts equalised three minutes later to grab what could turn out to be a vital point for City, who like Barnet, are now 6 points clear of the bottom two places.
Grimsby Town went down 2-0 to Rochdale, who come to Underhill on Tuesday. Adam Rundle and Adam Le Fondre scored the goals for Rochdale who moved up to 2nd place with this win. Grimsby remain 22nd, just two points clear of the relegation zone. Former Bee, Dean Sinclair was substituted at half time.
Bournemouth remain second from bottom after losing 1-0 at fast improving Gillingham. The Gills moved up to 6th with this victory while the Cherries remain two points behind Grimsby.
Bottom club, Luton Town have now got 8 points after they won 3-1 at out-of-sorts Port Vale. It was Luton's first away win since October. John McCombe put the home side ahead but goals from Asa Hall, Kevin Gallen and Chris Martin gave the hatters all three points. Luton are now 14 points from safety.