International break? Who cares? It's Winners & Losers!

          EFL Winners & Losers

          2020/10/10 19:50
          By Connor Andrews

          Despite an untimely international break, there was still plenty of fun in League One and Two, as Playmaker guides you through the key results...


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          Morecambe: Continuing to put a hellish 2019/20 behind them, Morecambe made it four wins from five today with a thrilling 3-2 win away to Oldham which lifts them to the top of League Two.

          Gillingham: In the day’s early kick-off, Gillingham picked up an impressive 3-1 win against a hungover Oxford for their third win in their opening five games.

          Cambridge: The Mark Bonner revolution continues at Cambridge with an impressive 2-1 win over previously unbeaten Newport that means United have the second best points haul in League Two since Bonner took over in February.

          Crewe: Kick starting their League One campaign with back to back wins following back to back losses, Crewe smash three goals past Wigan, a side who were two leagues above last season.

          Forest Green: Unbeaten this season, but once again struggling for goals, Forest Green put four past Scunthorpe with Jamille Matt hat-trick getting them out of their funk.

          Fleetwood: Playing a day earlier, Fleetwood put a less than ideal start to the season right behind them with a 4-1 tonking of Hull City, who had previously won every game.




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          Oxford: Last year’s play-off finalists, and the favourites to go up this season, things really haven't started well for Oxford whose lunchtime 3-1 loss to Gillingham leaves them with three losses from four.

          Wigan: No one expected this season to be easy for relegated Wigan, but after back to back wins, a 3-0 defeat to promoted Crewe is far from ideal.

          Burton: Making it four losses from five games, Burton fall 2-0 to Plymouth and look in a spot of trouble in League One, even this early on.

          MK Dons: And it’s a similar story for MK Dons who sit bottom of the League One table on two points following a 2-1 loss to Portsmouth today.



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