A look at Saturday's matches in the bottom six of League Two
Last Saturday, Barnet lost their second successive away win in less than a week going down to in form, Morecambe at Christie Park. John O'Flynn scored for the Bees, his 15th goal of the season, but goals from Dave Artell and Wayne Curtis won all three points for the home side. Barnet remain on 33 points and have played 36 games. They stay in 20th place. The Bees are 6 points clear of Grimsby in 23rd place and have a game in hand.
Accrington move a point above the Bees after taking a point away at Notts County. James Ryan scored for Stanley but Delroy Facey equalised for the Magpies. Accrington are on 34 points from 36 points and are 19th.
Bournemouth continued their fine run with an excellent 2-0 away win at Macclesfield Town. Lee Bradbury scored both goals for the Cherries which see them now on 31 points from 37 games and they stay in 21st place. Ex-bee, Keith Alexander, who is now boss of Macclesfield Town had to go to hospital for a brain scan. We wish him well.
The two sides with the poorest form in League Two met at the Deva Stadium. Chester were without a win in 15 games and Grimsby Town had won just once in 11 matches. Maybe it was no surprise that the match ended in a draw. Nick Hegarty put the Mariners ahead but Ryan Lowe earned the home side a draw which keeps them just out of the bottom two. Chester are on 28 points from 38 games and are 22nd. Grimsby have 27 points from 37 games and are 23rd.
Bottom club, Luton Town, lost 2-1 at Aldershot. The Shots' goals came from Scott Davies and Kirk Hudson and the Hatters only goal was scored by Tom Craddock. Luton remain bottom with 13 points from 36 points and are 15 points from safety.