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LEAGUE ONE REVIEW: MATCHDAY 6

9 September 2014

Two second half Bristol City goals condemned the Iron to a 2-0 defeat at Ashton Gate as the home side remain unbeaten in the league this season.

Goals from Aden Flint and Greg Cunningham were enough to see Steve Cotterill’s side take all three points and move up to second in the League One table.

The side that sit above the Robins at the top of the table are Peterborough United following their 3-1 win at home to Port Vale.

Marcus Maddison, Kyle Vassell and Jack Payne scored the goals for the Posh to keep them one point clear at the summit of League One.

On Friday night Coventry made their long awaited return to the Ricoh Arena following a ground dispute which led to the Sky Blues playing their home matches at Sixfields, in Northampton.

It was a happy return home as over 27,000 packed inside their home to watch Frank Nouble earn Coventry a 1-0 win over Gillingham.

Fleetwood Town suffered their first defeat in the League this season as they were beaten 1-0 by Lee Johnson’s Oldham Athletic.

Jonathan Forte scored the winner from the spot after Steven Schumacher had one a penalty in first half injury time.

Rochdale came away from Crawley Town with a 4-0 victory as they inflicted a fourth straight League defeat to their hosts.

A brace from Peter Vincenti and goals from Calvin Andrew and Matt Done produced the most emphatic result of the weekend as the Dale recorded their second win of the season.

Gary Johnson’s Yeovil Town are now unbeaten in their last four matches following their 3-1 win away from home at Bradford.

A first half brace from Aaron Martin and a second half goal from Ajay Leitch-Smith meant Gary Johnson’s side came away from the Valley Parade with their second three points of the season.

The only game which failed to produce a goal came at the Bescot Stadium as Walsall and Colchester played out a goalless draw.

The result keeps both clubs in the relegation zone as they sandwich Scunthorpe United, who sit in 19th.

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