Burton Albion 3-0 Accrington Stanley
Burton Albion went three points clear at the top of League Two as Accrington Stanley's away woes continued.
In a quiet first half, Damien McCrory put the Brewers ahead from the penalty spot after a handball by Rob Atkinson.
Josh Windass headed over from Piero Mingoia's pinpoint cross as Stanley responded strongly after half-time.
But Stuart Beavon fired home after good work from Adam McGurk and Matthew Palmer's stunning late strike from the edge of the box sealed the win.
The win puts Burton three points ahead of Wycombe Wanderers, who leapfrogged Shrewsbury Town into second place after beating the Shrews 1-0.
Accrington remain 15th after their 12th away defeat of the season, 10 points clear of the relegation zone.
Burton manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink told BBC Radio Derby:
"First half we played exceptionally well. We worked the ball from left to right, right to left really well.
"The first half was one of the best halves we have played since I've been here.
"We got our full backs in the game and got them to cross the ball and made some chances. I thought we looked very sharp.
"They couldn't get the ball off us. They couldn't work it out and every time we manipulated the ball."