Accrington Stanley 0-1 Northampton Town
Northampton stayed in the League Two drop zone despite beating Accrington.
The Cobblers scored the only goal of the game after four minutes when Chris Hackett latched on to a long ball and finished from a tight angle.
Stanley's James Gray put an effort wide, before Emile Sinclair's shot at the other end was blocked by defender Tom Aldred.
Visiting keeper Matt Duke had to make a superb injury-time stop to deny Kayode Odejayi and secure the points.
Chris Wilder's side remain in the bottom two despite the win after positive results for fellow strugglers Wycombe and Portsmouth and a draw for Bristol Rovers.
Northampton Town manager Chris Wilder told BBC Radio Northampton:
"There's been a lot of talking over the last few games. That had to stop and we've done our talking on the pitch today.
"We aren't playing with a huge amount of confidence but we had to find a way to win and today we've done that.
"If it has to go to the last game, we'll take it there. We've given ourselves a fighting chance."
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