Darren Fergusons men climb to the top of the table following their 2-0 success at Underhill last night, two set pieces won the game from Dean Keates and a Jamie Day free kick as Barnet finished the game with only 10 men. Trevor Kettle sent off Jason Puncheon for kicking the ball at his assistant.
Darlington moved further into contention after their tenth home win of the season over Chester, as the gap from the Millers to that last third automatic slot stretches to a huge 11 points.
Elsewhere Bury opened up a six point cushion from the relegation places with an impressive 4-1 win at Brentford, with Andy Bishop netting twice.
Here's the latest standings ahead of the weekend's fixtures.
|League Champions||Relegation place(s)||Team(s) to be transferred|
|Promotion place(s)||Play-off place(s)||Team(s) set to merge|
|Teams who are level on both goal difference and goals scored are initially ordered according to the results of any matches played between one other.|