Bradford City 2-1 Crawley Town
Substitute Garry Thompson headed a late winner as Bradford City marked the 29th anniversary of their tragic stadium fire with victory over Crawley.
Bradford went ahead when Nathan Doyle found Aaron McLean with a pass over the defence and the striker fired in.
But defender Carl McHugh and goalkeeper Jon McLaughlan then left the ball for one another and Crawley replacement Jamie Proctor nipped in to lob home.
Thompson met Gary Jones's corner to lift City to 13th in League One.
The win takes the Bantams above their opponents with one game left to play.
Fifty-six people died in May 1985 when a fire engulfed Valley Parade during a game against Lincoln City.
Crawley Town boss John Gregory told BBC Sussex:
"Jamie Proctor got us back into the game with a brilliant goal. He took it very well and knew exactly what he was doing in that position.
"There only looked like there was going to one winner but we messed up on a corner and Bradford have nicked the points.
"We had a problem to begin with in set-pieces and we rely too much on Kyle McFadzean and Joe Walsh, who we seem to expect to head clear.
"But other people should take responsibility in that situation and it's something we need to spend time on in the summer."