Leyton Orient News and Features
Northampton Town denied Northwich Victoria an FA Cup fairytale, while non-league Eastleigh reached round three for the first time.
A double from midfielder Jake Gray was the difference as Hartlepool United claimed a 3-1 win over Leyton Orient in League Two.
Hull and Burnley capitalised on Brighton's slip-up at Sheffield Wednesday, with Middlesbrough and Derby gaining ground.
A 2-0 win over MK Dons saw Hull City have close the gap at the top of the Championship after leaders Brighton were held at Reading.
Ten-man Brighton were held by Bolton Wanderers at the top of the Championship, while Burton took advantage of Walsall's slip-up.
Middlesbrough were the big winners at the top of the Championship, closing the gap on Brighton and Hove Albion to three points.
Talentspotter Mike Holden introduces this season's batch of the hottest prospects outside the top flight who'll already be on Premier League radars...
Brighton and Hove Albion moved top of the Championship as a Tomer Hemed double sealed a 3-2 win over Ipswich Town, one of nine away wins.
Championship leaders Ipswich Town won 2-1 at Preston North End, while Coventry City lost their place at the top of League One.
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