It is as you were at the foot of League Two, only with one less game to worry about. The Bulls are as they were on Friday morning, on the foot of the table with goal difference seperating them from Macclesfield, who drew 2-2 with Crewe today, before a three point gap to Barnet.
Bradford beat Northampton 3-1 to move up to 46 points, meaning it would take a monumental 16 goal swing to see them relegated. Dagenham have also reached that mark, though they don't have the safety of a good goal difference, after drawing 1-1 at Aldershot. Plymouth drop to 21st on 44 points after losing 1-0 at Swindon - a result that all but confirms the Robins' promotion - with Northampton stuck in limbo on 45 points and visiting Edgar Street next Saturday.
At the top Crawley, who drew 1-1 with Wimbledon after having another player sent off, can half Swindon's promotion by winning all four of their remaining games and cutting the Robins' 19 goal lead. Shrewsbury are up to second, four points inside the automatic spots, after beating Rotherham 3-1, while Torquay drew 0-0 with Southend to stay three points inside the top three.
The Shrimpers are fifth behind Crawley, six adrift of the automatic spots, with Cheltenham sixth after beating an experimental Accrington side 4-1 to move four points inside the play-off spots. Oxford cling on to seventh on goal difference after hey drew 0-0 with Gillingham, with the U's holding nine goals on Crewe before a four point gap to the Millers. Elsewhere Morecambe drew 0-0 with Port Vale, while Bristol Rovers beat Burton 7-1.
In the Conference Fleetwood are promoted as champions after Wrexham could only draw 2-2 with Grimsby. Fleetwood, who drew 2-2 with Lincoln last night, have had just two seasons in the division after turning full time following their Conf North promotion. Kidderminster are four points inside the play-offs after beating Kettering 6-1, while Luton continue to choke as they drew 0-0 at Alfreton to be three points adrift of fifth.
Darlington are relegated after surrendering a 2-0 lead to draw 2-2 with Bath City. The fourth and final relegation spot is likely to go to Hayes and Yeading, who are four points inside the drop zone with only two games to play.
In League One both Rochdale and Chesterfield saved themselves, temporarily, from relegation after coming from behind to beat Exeter and Hartlepool respectively. Yeovil, who are safe, lost 6-0 at home to Stevenage.
Meanwhile, Doncaster are the first side to be relegated in the Football League. They lost their crunch game in the Championship with Portsmouth 4-3 thanks to two 90th minute Pompey goals.