Wycombe closed Having a 1-0 victory over Sunderland on Sky Bet League at Adams Park.
Defender Darius Charles struck the 34rd-minute winner as Black Cats manager ended in defeat.
Ipswich, who perform on Sunday at Accrington , are a point before Wycombe and three obvious of Peterborough, who won 2-1 at Gillingham.
Joe Ward gave the lead five minutes prior to half-time with a vicious shot to Peterborough from beyond the region.
Mo Eisa climbed the lead from the penalty spot after 51 minutes – Poshs 30th goal of the year – until Mikael Mandron (80) grabbed a Gills consolation.
Since Fleetwood transferred to fourth with a 4-1 home victory over 18, paddy Madden scored a hat-trick.
Oliver Sarkic equalised on the stroke of half-time although ched Evans put the hosts on 38 minutes. Madden revived Fleetwoods lead after 58 minutes and struck again 10 minutes later. He completed his treble in the last moment.
Oxford extended their unbeaten league run to seven games with a 2-1 success.
Tarique Fosu-Henry put Oxford ahead midway through the first half in as many matches. Michael Ihiekwe place the Millers degree after 35 minutes, but Matt Taylor (57) led the winner to take Oxford into fifth spot.
Doncaster beat against Bristol Rovers 2-0 at home following goalkeeper Timothy Dieng saved Tom Nicholls first-half penalty.
Nicholls was refused after 26 minutes in the spot and Doncaster took control. Kieran Sadlier headed Doncaster before 39 minutes and Jon Taylor (56) sealed the win.
A powerful Rochdale comeback dashed boltons hopes of a first win of the year.
Thibaud Verlinden put Bolton ahead after 56 minutes when he headed home Joe Dodoos cross. But the people responded through Callum Camps (65), Oliver Rathbone (70) and Fabio Tavares (84) to win 3-1 and refuse former Dale director Keith Hill his first win as Bolton manager.
AFC Wimbledon moved out of the relegation zone.
Terrell Thomas struck to give the Dons a third consecutive win in all competitions. Pompey are now only two points above the relegation zone.
Coventry drew 0-0 at MK Dons to maneuver to the metropolitan places. But the Sky Blues missed the opportunity to take all three things because Jordy Hiwula saw his second-half penalty saved.
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