Only two League One fixtures went ahead this weekend, but they both had an impact on the top-six picture.

Wanderers’ trip to Cambridge was one of many games postponed due to international call-ups, with Dion Charles, Eoin Toal, Josh Sheehan and Carlos Mendes Gomes away representing their respective nations.

Stevenage v Lincoln and Blackpool v Shrewsbury were the only fixtures to take place in the third tier on Saturday afternoon.

Stevenage recorded a narrow 1-0 victory thanks to Jamie Reid’s strike midway through the second half.

The attacker has already found the net 14 times in all competitions this season, including a brace against Bolton last month.

The result saw Steve Evans’ men climb to fourth in the table, although they have played two more games than most of the sides around them at this stage.

“We are that little bad apple in the barrel that no-one wants to be in that top group,” said the Stevenage boss.

“There is only the town of Stevenage and everyone in it – myself, the board, the players, everyone that’s connected with the football club – that wants us in that top group because we’re fighting for something that people thought two years ago would be in the National League.

“We just have to keep working hard, keep principled and keep humble.”

Meanwhile, Blackpool cruised to a 4-0 victory against Shrewsbury at Bloomfield Road to keep the pressure on the current top six.

Jake Beesley bagged a brace for the Seasiders, with Jordan Rhodes and Kyle Joseph also getting on the scoresheet.

Neil Critchley’s side have now won three of their last four matches in all competitions – that defeat coming against the Whites last weekend – and are only outside the play-off places on goal difference.

“It’s been a good day for us. Scoring four goals and keeping a clean sheet is important as well because we’ve not had one for a while,” Critchley explained.

“We thought Shrewsbury would come with a gameplan to be defensive and stop us from controlling the game, so we went with an attacking team.

“The result gets us back on track and gives us a lift. We needed that in the league.”