Barnsley vs Burton Albion: They may have lost on the opening day of the season, but a second half penalty from Conor Hourihane was enough to give Barnsley a first win of the season against “Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s Burton Albion” (as they will undoubtedly become known this season, especially if they are successful.)

 

Blackpool vs Rochdale: Further protests outside the ground, a “Not A Penny More” campaign, the antics of the club’s now-deceased commercial department’s Twitter account… it never rains but pours for the supporters of Blackpool FC. On Saturday, second-half goals from Donal McDermott and Ian Henderson made it two wins out of two for Rochdale, while Blackpool’s stay in football purgatory remains undiminished, for now.

 

Bradford City vs Shrewsbury Town: Another club whose early season form has fallen foul of the 200% pre-season prediction curse, Bradford City took a bit of a hammering on the opening day of the season against Swindon Town, but they recovered something of their composure on Saturday with a home draw against Shrewsbury Town. A goal apiece just either side of half-time, Billy Clarke for Bradford City and Tyrone Barnett for Shrewsbury, were enough for a draw at Valley Parade.

 

Bury vs Swindon Town: Swindon Town and Bury are both still unbeaten, but Bury are likely to be a little disappointed after Swindon came from two down to grab a two-all draw at Gigg Lane on Saturday afternoon. Tom Hope and Danny Mayor had given Bury what might have looked like a comfortable lead, but Fabien Robert pulled one back for Swindon and Anton Rodgers levelled the score with seven minutes to play.

 

Millwall vs Coventry City: We’re only two games in and it’s only on goal difference, but after everything that Coventry City supporters have been through over the last few years or so, it might just feel like heaven. Coventry head the League One table after two goals from Adam Armstrong and one each for Ruben Lameiras and Jim O’Brien gave Coventry a convincing win at The New Den.

 

Oldham Athletic vs Fleetwood Town: Another team to have had a quietly encouraging start to the season is Oldham Athletic, who have a win and a draw from their opening two matches after a Danny Philliskirk goal – his second in two games – gave Oldham a narrow win against Fleetwood Town at Boundary Park, which is now the home to a new stand.

 

Peterborough United vs Colchester United: Another ground sporting a shiny new stand is Peterborough United’s London Road, and it marked it’s first league match with a win, at home against Colchester United. This match was marked by three goals in five first half minutes. Macauley Bonne gave Colchester the lead after half an hour, but two goals in three minutes from Marcus Maddison were enough to give Peterborough their first points of the season.

 

Port Vale vs Gillingham: Gillingham may have knocked seven bells out of Sheffield United on the opening day of the season, but two first half goals meant deadlock at Vale Park at the weekend. Bradley Dack gave Gillingham the lead, before Louis Dodds levelled things up for Port Vale.

 

Scunthorpe United vs Crewe Alexandra: A goal in each half from Paddy Madden was enough to give Scunthorpe United their first win of the season against Crewe Alexandra at Glanford Park. Crewe, meanwhile, now have just the one point from their first two games of the season.

 

Sheffield United vs Chesterfield: More than 23,000 people turned out at Bramall Lane on Saturday to see Sheffield United, whose start to the season was nightmarish last week, kick into gear at the hands of almost but not quite local rivals Chesterfield. A goal at the start of each half from Che Adams was enough to give the Blades a two-nil win.

 

 

Southend United vs Walsall: Promoted from League Two at the end of last season, Southend United are still chasing their first win the season after goals from Tom Bradshaw and Sam Mantom continued Walsall’s unbeaten start to the season. Southend now have one point from their first two games of the season.

 

Wigan Athletic vs Doncaster Rovers: Wigan continued their underwhelming start to life in League One with a goalless draw at home against Doncaster Rovers, in a match that can definitely be deemed to have “taken place on Sunday afternoon.”

 

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