Charlton manager Lee Bowyer criticised the match officials after the Addicks’ first league trip to Lincoln in 60 years ended in a 2-0 defeat.
Lincoln showed no ill effects from their heavy defeat to Liverpool in the Carabao Cup as they beat Charlton 2-0 at Sincil Bank.
Oxford’s journey to Accrington stalled when an alcohol-based spray used to disinfect the coach because of coronavirus concerns affected the vehicle’s sensors.
Wigan manager John Sheridan hailed the “unbelievable” free-kick which earned his side a first win of the season after a 2-1 Sky Bet League One triumph at Portsmouth.
Ipswich manager Paul Lambert praised his side for “some fantastic pieces of play” as they claimed a 2-0 Sky Bet League One victory at home to Rochdale to maintain their 100 per cent record and sit top of the table.
Russell Martin blasted MK Dons “worst performance of the season” after they slipped to a 2-0 defeat at Crewe.
Hull manager Grant McCann was delighted to make it three wins from three with a 2-0 Sky Bet League One victory at Northampton.
AFC Wimbledon boss Glyn Hodges hailed the performance of Steve Seddon after he scored on his return to the club to secure a 1-0 win at Fleetwood.
Doncaster Rovers manager Darren Moore was both happy and a little frustrated as his side triumphed 4-1 against Bristol Rovers to continue their strong start to the season.
Plymouth boss Ryan Lowe was relatively happy with his promoted side’s start to Sky Bet League One following a 1-1 comeback draw at home to Shrewsbury.
Swindon manager Richie Wellens claimed his side were not at their best despite an emphatic 4-2 win at home to Burton.
Gillingham boss Steve Evans hailed the impact of Dominic Samuel after a brace from the new signing helped see off Blackpool on Saturday.
Oxford manager Karl Robinson says there is more to come from his side after they chalked up their first league win of the season with a 4-1 victory over 10-man Accrington.
Sky Bet League One counterparts Phil Parkinson and Darren Ferguson disagreed over the penalty decision that handed Sunderland three points in a narrow 1-0 win at Peterborough.
Grant Leadbitter’s late penalty was enough to seal Sunderland a narrow 1-0 Sky Bet League One victory over Peterborough to extend their unbeaten start at the Stadium of Light.
Dominic Samuel scored twice on his return to Gillingham to earn Steve Evans’ side a comfortable 2-0 victory over Blackpool.
Second-half goals from Teddy Bishop and Gwion Edwards maintained Ipswich’s 100 per cent record in Sky Bet League One and at the same time confirmed top spot following a 2-0 victory over Rochdale at Portman Road.
Doncaster Rovers continued their strong start to the season with a hard fought 4-1 win over Bristol Rovers.
Brett Pitman scored his first Swindon goal as Richie Wellens’ side beat Burton 4-2 at the County Ground.
A stunning 30-yard free-kick from full-back Tom James secured a first Sky Bet League One win of the season for Wigan, who increased the pressure on Portsmouth manager Kenny Jackett with a 2-1 victory at Fratton Park.
First-half goals from Mikael Mandron and Oli Finney earned Crewe a 2-0 success over MK Dons as the Railwaymen registered their first league win of the campaign.
Hull maintained their perfect start to the Sky Bet League One season with a routine 2-0 victory at Northampton.
Oxford celebrated their first league win of the season with a 4-1 victory over 10-man Accrington.
Promoted Plymouth extended their unbeaten Sky Bet League One start with a 1-1 home draw against Shrewsbury, still seeking their first win after three league games.
Steve Seddon announced his return to AFC Wimbledon in style by scoring the winner in their 1-0 win at Fleetwood.
Danish-American businessman Thomas Sandgaard has announced he is the new owner of Charlton after acquiring 100 per cent of the Sky Bet League One club from East Street Investments (ESI).
Crewe are still without a number of players for their Sky Bet League One clash with MK Dons but their problems appear to be easing.
Plymouth will be without an unnamed player for the Sky Bet League One clash with Shrewsbury due to a positive coronavirus test.
The Government’s decision to press pause on the return of spectators to sports venues from the start of next month due to a rise in coronavirus infections has created an existential threat to clubs up and down the country.
Doncaster will be without forward Rayhaan Tulloch for the home game against Bristol Rovers.