SWINDON Town's League Two trip to Stevenage, scheduled for next week, will be postponed for a second time following the Hertfordshire side's FA Cup third round draw with Championship side Reading yesterday.

David Flitcroft was due to take his Town side to Broadhall Way next Tuesday evening to face a home side that ended their own FA Cup hopes with a 5-2 success in the second round last month.

The match was originally due to take place yesterday, but was postponed because of Stevenage's continued FA Cup progress, which saw them go into the hat for tomorrow's fourth round draw after a goalless draw against Japp Stam's Royals yesterday.

The replay will now take place a week at the Madejski Stadium on Tuesday, forcing Town's scheduled visit to be put back to a later date.

Town resume their Sky Bet League Two campaign at home to Forest Green Rovers on Saturday.

Flitcroft's men are 10th in the table after yesterday's reduced programme of League Two action, but only three points off FA Cup giant-killers Coventry City, who lie third.

Accrington moved into the play-off places with a 4-0 victory over struggling Chesterfield at the Wham Stadium.

Stanley took the lead through Mark Hughes after 19 minutes and Sean McConville curled home a second on the half-hour mark.

Kayden Jackson's cross then squirmed under Chesterfield goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale two minutes after half-time and Billy Kee's 89th-minute strike completed the scoring.

Forest Green moved out of the relegation zone, at Chesterfield's expense, after snapping their five-game losing streak in the league with a 1-0 win over Port Vale.

Reuben Reid fired home just after the hour mark on his debut for Rovers, who started the day bottom of the table but finished it above the Spireites on goal difference.

Cheltenham's new signing Sanmi Odelusi scored on his debut against his former club as 10-man Colchester fell to a 4-1 home defeat.

Odelusi joined the Robins on Friday after leaving the Weston Homes Community Stadium and made an immediate impact with a second-half equaliser.

Kurtis Guthrie had got Colchester off the mark in the 40th minute, but Kyel Reid's red card for clashing with Joe Morrell just before the break turned the game.

Cheltenham went on to secure the win courtesy of goals from Nigel Atangana, Jerell Sellars and Mohamed Eisa in the final 20 minutes.

Grimsby's winless run was extended to six games after Morecambe triumphed 2-0 at Blundell Park.

Kevin Ellison put the Shrimps in front when he headed home Luke Conlan's cross from six yards in the 10th minute.

Steven Old then nodded in Morecambe's second four minutes before the break as Jim Bentley's side moved seven points clear of the drop zone.