City Remain Top

Bristol City remain unbeaten and top of League 1 even after losing a 2 goal lead, away at Fleetwood. Josh Morris put the Cod Army ahead before a double from Kieran Agard and Aaron Wilbraham’s 8th of the season put City 3-1 ahead. Substitute Jamie Proctor netted a minute after coming on before Stephen Dobbie earned a draw with a minute to go. A Deli Alli hat trick helped MK Dons move to second, Kyle McFadzean own goal drew Crewe level after Alli’s first but the Dons then were rampant. Will Grigg, Ben Reeves and Benik Afobe all netted for the Dons. Peterborough dropped to third after Joel Grant’s late winner for Yeovil at Huish Park. Swindon moved to fourth with a 5-2 victory over Sheffield United; Michael Smith netted twice before Jonathon Obika put Town 3-0 ahead but 2 goals in 6 second half minutes from Marc McNulty and Ben Davies gave United hope. Andy Williams and Louis Thompson put the game out of reach.

Eoin Doyle’s 12th of the season was not enough to continue Chesterfield fine start to the season as they went down 3-2 at Doncaster. Nathan Tyson and Kyle Bennett put Donny ahead before Sam Clucas netted his first for Chesterfield. Jamie McCombe restored the two goal lead before Doyle’s consolation. Bradford keep their place in the play offs with a 0-0 draw away at Colchester. Ian Henderson’s 5th of the season moved Rochdale to 7th after victory over Coventry. Bailey Wright and Joel Garner gave Preston a 2-0 win over Crawley.

Goals from Scott Cuthbert and Jobi McAnuff keep Russell Slade in a job for the time being after a 2-1 victory over Scunthorpe; Paddy Madden levelled briefly before McAnuff netted from close range. Port Vale second win of the season sees them move up to 21st; after Micky Adams’s departure in the week, Michael O’Connor and Mark Marshall netted either side of Connor Hourihane equalizer to give Vale the win. Gillingham and Walsall drew 0-0 along with Notts County and Oldham.

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About mattbristow271993

Boyhood Leyton Orient fan, but love football in general, any league. Football is my passion.
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