||SHEFFIELD WED|| 3-2
Blackpool notched four second-half goals to hammer a previously unbeaten Ipswich side 6-0 in the stand-out result and extend their 100 per cent win record.
Youngster Tom Ince grabbed two to further boost his burgeoning reputation.
It was a similar story at the Amex Stadium where Brighton trounced thanks to a double each from Ashley Barnes and Craig Mackail-Smith and former Manchester City, with Chelsea left-back Wayne Bridge notching his first goal in nine years.
Elsewhere, Bristol City ran out fairly comfortable winners over Cardiff City in the early kick-off, Nuno Gomes scored his first for Blackburn Rovers as they beat Leicester City and Luciano Becchio hit two as Leeds beat Peterborough.
|LEAGUE ONE RESULTS
||NOTTS COUNTY|| 0-1
Four goals in injury time saw Carlisle overcome a resiliant 10-man Portsmouth for their first win of the season.
The hosts were leading 2-0 going into added time thanks to goals by Jake Jervis and Danny Livesey, before the financially troubled club hit back through Ashley Harris. James Berrett restored the two-goal lead, only for Conor Clifford to again give Pompey hope until Paddy Madden stealed the three points.
It was far more comfortable for Brentford, who romped to a 5-1 win over Crewe thanks to two goals each for Clayton Donaldson and Farid El Alagui and one for Harlee Dean. Mathias Pogba scored the visitors' consolation.
Three teams are currently joint first at the top of the table on ten points each after all recording victories on Saturday. Yeovil hammered Scunthorpe 4-0 with Gozie Ugwu notching twice, while Swindon and Stevenage secured 1-0 wins over MK Dons and Oldham respectively.
|LEAGUE TWO RESULTS
||DAG & REDBRIDGE
||OXFORD UTD|| 2-1
Northampton and Southend played out a thrilling 3-3 draw, with four goals coming inside the final 12 minutes.
Kane Ferdinand put the visitors 2-1 up with 78 minutes on the clock, but quick goals from David Artell and Alex Nicholls looked to have given Northampton an unlikely win. However, Southend snatched a point thanks to an injury-time equaliser from Ryan Cresswell.
Oxford kept up their 100 per cent record with a 2-1 home win over Plymouth with Deane Smalley scoring both of their goals, while Gillingham also made it four wins from four as they triumphed by the same scoreline away at Dagenham and Redbridge.
Bradford recorded the biggest win of the day, thrashing AFC Wimbledon 5-1, and there were also encouraging victories for Exeter, York and Port Vale.