Tuesday's League One reports
Bristol Rovers 2-1 Fleetwood Town
Bristol Rovers climbed into the League One play-off zone as they came from behind to beat Fleetwood Town.
Rovers trailed to a fourth-minute strike when Ashley Hunter's angled right-foot shot found the top left corner.
But Matty Taylor headed home Daniel Leadbitter's cross on 61 minutes to level.
And Leadbitter was again the supply line when Cristian Montano shot home right footed to win the game on 73 minutes.
Rovers, who have lost just twice in 13 games, stand fifth in the table, having risen three places, now four points above 10th-placed Fleetwood.
Coventry City 2-0 Chesterfield
Coventry City's revival continued at the expense of Chesterfield, as the Sky Blues stretched their unbeaten home record to 14 matches.
On his 86th appearance, team captain Jordan Willis scored his first league goal before substitute Andy Rose made it two in two with nine minutes left.
But Lewis Page's 93rd-minute red card, for a second bookable offence, took a little of the gloss off the night for City, who climb to 18th in League One.
Chesterfield, who suffered a seventh straight defeat, had one outstanding chance to go in front after 21 minutes when Willis produced a tremendous block to deny Ched Evans.
But, after Evans had again gone close in the second half, interim Sky Blues manager Mark Venus made a double change on 67 minutes, bringing on Rose and Ruben Lameiras for Marcus Tudgay and Jodi Jones.
Venus also switched formation from 4-4-2 to 4-3-3. And, within two minutes, Willis pounced from a corner after Rose's header was not cleared.
Rose himself made the points safe when he swept home from 15 yards following Page's left wing cross.
The game was watched by Coventry's lowest home league crowd of the season - 7,941 - with sporadic chanting in protest against owners SISU.