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League One round-up

Charlton extended their lead at the top of League One while Huddersfield remain undefeated, but were held to a home draw by Walsall.

Charlton continued their excellent recent form by beating Preston 5-2 to extend their lead at the top of League One.

Johnnie Jackson bagged a first-half brace, while Michael Morrisons, Danny Hollins and top-scorer Bradley Wright-Phillips also netted for the Addicks.

Craig Morgan and Keammar Daley scored late consolations for Phil Brown's side but their defensive woes were fully expolited by a rampant Charlton.

Huddersfield remain unbeaten in 42 league games, but slipped five points behind the Addicks after being held to a home draw by Walsall.

Lee Novak had given the Terriers the lead but his 69th minute effort was cancelled out by Jamie Paterson's goal for the visitors.

MK Dons stayed in touch with the top two after coming from behind to beat Rochdale.

Three goals in the space of 14 minutes turned the game around for the Dons after Brian Barry-Murphy's earlier strike had given Rochdale the lead.

The two Sheffield clubs lost ground on their promotion chasing rivals after United were beaten 2-1 at Stevenage, while Brentford ended Wednesday's 100% home record by holding the Owls to a 0-0 draw at Hillsborough.

At the bottom, Yeovil twice came from behind to draw 2-2 with fellow strugglers Chesterfield, while Joel Grant's stoppage time equaliser earned Wycombe a point at Notts County.

League One results: Bournemouth 2-0 Scunthorpe; Charlton 5-2 Preston; Chesterfield 2-2 Yeovil; Exeter 0-0 Carlisle; Huddersfield 1-1 Walsall; Leyton Orient 1-1 Hartlepool; MK Dons 3-1 Rochdale; Notts County 1-1 Wycombe; Oldham 0-2 Bury; Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Brentford; Stevenage 2-1 Sheffield United; Tranmere 0-0 Colchester

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Wednesday's key events

· Team GB starlet Sky Brown - aged just 13 - takes part in the women's park event and has a realistic chance of picking up a medal too. Bombette Martin is Britain's other representative, while hosts Japan are among the favourites for gold (1am)

· Great Britain's women have more history in their sights heading into their semi-final against Netherlands - the team they beat in the 2016 gold medal match (2.30am)

· The men's 400m hurdles final on Tuesday will go down as one of the greatest Olympic races of all time, and the women will attempt to emulate that, with new world record holder Sydney McLaughlin of USA and Netherlands' Femke Bol the favourites for gold (3.30am)
· Nick Miller is Britain's representative in the men's hammer throw final (12.15pm)
· The men's 800m final could be a wide-open affair (1.05pm)
· A thrilling men's 200m final is in store as the likes of Andre de Grasse, Noah Lyles and 17-year-old sensation Erriyon Knighton bid to succeed Usain Bolt as Olympic champion (1.55pm)

· After a medal-laden day on the water on Tuesday, Great Britain will be looking for more success, starting with Luke Patience and Chris Grube in the men's 470-class medal race (6.33am)
· Team GB also have medal hopes in the women's event, with defending champion Hannah Mills looking to retain her crown alongside new teammate Eilidh McIntyre (7.33am)

· Already guaranteed at least a bronze, Great Britain's Frazer Clarke faces Uzbekistan's Bakhodir Jalolov in the men's super heavyweight with a place in the gold medal bout up for grabs (7.03am)
· Ben Whittaker is also guaranteed a medal, but will look to ensure that is either gold or silver as he takes on Cuba's Arlen Lopez in the light heavyweight final (7.35am)

· World records have been tumbling in the velodrome, and another could go in the men's team pursuit final as Italy - new world record holders themselves - face Denmark (10.06am)

· Three Brits have made into into the final of the men's jumping individual final, including fastest qualifier Ben Maher, who will bid to inherit compatriot Nick Skelton's Olympic crown (11am)

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