League One Round-up
Leyton Orient and Huddersfield went to the top of League One with their second successive victories, both claiming 1-0 wins.
Late goals from Jermaine Beckford, Rui Marques and Tore Andre Flo helped Leeds claw back another three points against their 15-point penalty, with their team winning 4-1 against Southend at Elland Road.
Luke Beckett scored just before half-time (43 minutes) to seal all three points for the Terriers and maintain their 100 per cent start to the season.
Brighton earned their first points of the season with a 2-1 victory at the Withdean Stadium. Dean Hammond fired the Seagulls in front with a second minute penalty before Andy Kirk levelled on 23 minutes for the visitors. But Alex Revell sealed the win for the home team on 66 minutes.
Bristol Rovers and Crewe shared the spoils at The Memorial Stadium with Tom Pope equalising on 34 minutes for the visitors after Craig Disley had opened the scoring two minutes earlier.
Danny Graham struck with a 42nd minute penalty to give the home side all three points at Brunton Park.
Tranmere took all three points from the Priestfield Stadium with Chris Greenacre hitting the net on 19 minutes and Steve Davies doubling the lead on 50 minutes.
An 81st minute Richie Barker penalty sealed Hartlepool's first points of the season. Godwin Antwi had put the home team in front on 43 minutes, before James Hayter replied on 71 minutes for the visitors. Robbie Elliott was sent off for the Pools.
Late goals from Jermaine Beckford, Rui Marques and Tore Andre Flo helped Leeds claw back another three points against their 15-point penalty at Elland Road. Earlier it had looked like Adam Barrett had secured Southend a share of the points with a 69th minute equaliser following Alan Thompson's third minute goal for the home team.
Orient maintained their perfect start to their league campaign with a Wayne Gray goal on 52 minutes.
Millwall got their first league win this season following Daniel Spiller's 46th minute winner at The Den.
Swansea and Nottingham Forest shared the points in this goalless draw at The Liberty Stadium.
Lee Peacock opened the scoring on 56 minutes for the home side, before David Edwards replied on 66 minutes. Craig Easton then won it for Swindon with an 88th minute strike.
Justin Cochrane won the game for Yeovil with a 17th minute goal.