Gary Madine scored twice as Bolton moved off the foot of the Sky Bet Championship and out of the relegation zone with a 3-1 win at home to Barnsley.
Striker Madine gave Wanderers the lead after 20 minutes with a simple finish from Mark Little's cross, but the Tykes equalised from the penalty spot shortly afterwards.
Tom Bradshaw converted after he had been brought down by Reece Burke, but Bolton scored a spot-kick of their own through Madine to give them a half-time lead.
Bolton moved out of the relegation zone with a 3-1 win at home to Barnsley on Saturday
A superb solo effort from Little - his first goal for the club - gave Phil Parkinson's men some breathing space and they comfortably held on.
Burton slipped to the bottom following a 1-0 defeat at Derby.
The winning goal came nine minutes from time when Chris Martin's close-range effort was saved by Stephen Bywater and Johnny Russell followed up to score.
Hull snatched a last-gasp equaliser to draw 2-2 at Sheffield Wednesday.
A neat finish from Fraizer Campbell gave the visitors a 21st-minute lead but the Owls levelled with 20 minutes remaining.
Ipswich Town claimed a 4-2 victory against Nottingham