United entered double figures on Saturday, when they beat Gillingham 3-0 at Priestfield Stadium.Paddy Madden, Neal Bishop and Gary McSheffrey were on the score sheet to help the Claret and Blue to their first away win since April.
Elsewhere in Sky Bet League One, Barnsley came from behind to beat Bradford 3-1 in front of the Sky cameras on Sunday.
Jason Kennedy put Bradford in front inside one minute and Rory McArdle put into his own goal before former Iron frontman Sam Winnall was on the score sheet to make it two. Substitute Kane Hemmings sealed the win in the game’s final moments to help Barnsley climb to 13th.
There was late drama at Bramall Lane as Sheffield United drew 2-2 with Leyton Orient.
The visitors were in front after Jay Simpson put them into the lead, before Jobi McAnuff was sent off in the second half.
Nigel Clough’s side equalised in the 90th minute through Paddy McCarthy and they thought they had won it as Marc McNulty's headed home soon after.
In the 99th minute Romain Vincelot salvaged a point as he headed home a corner.
Bristol City sit at the top of the division, five points clear, as they beat Chesterfield 3-2 at Ashton Gate.
Ian Evatt put in his own goal and Derrick Williams also scored for Steve Cotterill’s side.
The Spireites’ Eoin Doyle bagged a brace, his 14th strike in the league this season, before the Reds won it late on through Wes Burns’ injury-time strike.
Peterborough are hot on the trail of Bristol after beating Crawley 4-1. Izale McLeod gave the home side an early lead before
Michael Smith, Christian Burgess, Marcus Maddison and Conor Washington scored for the Posh to complete the turnaround for Darren Ferguson’s men.
Two first-half goals from Crewe helped them beat Coventry at Gresty Road and Gavin Massey scored twice for Colchester as they beat Fleetwood 2-1 at the Weston Homes Community Stadium.
There were five goals at Vale Park as Port Vale saw off Yeovil 4-1.
Tom Pope scored twice and Chris Lines and Colin Daniel notched the other two for the home side as Aaron Martin’s goal proved too little too late.
Oldham rose to eighth place and extended their unbeaten run to ten matches as they beat Walsall 2-1.
The Saddlers took an early lead through Jordan Cook and the Latics were level as Conor Wilkinson found the net.
Mike Jones sealed the win with a stunning 25-yard drive.