Newcastle and Brighton extended the gap between themselves and third place with wins, while Wigan climbed out the bottom three on Matchday 27.
Sheffield United stay top but Scunthorpe now have a game in hand, Fleetwood climbed to fourth and Shrewsbury escaped the bottom four on Matchday 28.
Doncaster and Plymouth extended their advantage on Matchday 27, while Barnet and Exeter closed the gap between themselves and the Play-Off pack.
It was a record-breaking EFL Cup Round Four, with an all-time high attendance level and some thriling on-field action.
With a new format for Season 2016/17, 64 teams will be aiming to follow in Barnsley’s footsteps from 2015 and be victorious at Wembley in April.
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