BARNSLEY 1 - 0 BRISTOL CITY
Bristol City's two-match winning run is over after they lost 1-0 at Barnsley.
Jacob Mellis scored the only goal of the game early in the second half. The home side then had Bobby Hassell sent off for a foul on Jon Stead, but City couldn't force an equaliser.
Sub Steven Davies came closest with a 90th minute free-kick which struck the crossbar.
– Derek McInnes, Bristol City manager
We knew that Barnsley weren't going to make it easy for us, in the first half we were struggling and we were fortunate to go in at half-time 0-0.
At half-time we changed it to 4-3-3. The goal we give away was a cheap one and it galvanised them.
As the second half went I thought we played better and we should have had a penalty late on when Martyn Woolford's glancing header looped over the keeper and was handled on the line. But the ref didn't give it.
He made two big decisions today; he got one of them right and the other one wrong.
On another day we could have scored two or more but full credit to Barnsley who worked hard to get the three points. But we worked hard as well and we get nothing.
- LEAGUE ONE
YEOVIL TOWN 2 - 1 DONCASTER
Yeovil's impressive start to the season continues after beating old rivals Doncaster 2 - 1 at Huish Park.
James Hayter - against his old club - and substitute Gozie Ugwu put The Glovers 2-0 up, before Rovers scored an injury time consolation through former Swindon striker Billy Paynter.
- LEAGUE TWO
BRISTOL ROVERS 0 - 3 MORECAMBE
Bristol Rovers are still looking for their first win of the season after a shock 3-0 home defeat to Morecambe.
Rovers had the better of the first half, but were stunned when the visitors scored three goals in ten second half minutes through Gary McDonald, Nick Fenton and Kevin Ellison.
CHELTENHAM TOWN 0 - 3 ACCRINGTON STANLEY
Cheltenham suffered their first defeat of the season after a disappointing 3-0 home defeat to Accrington Stanley.
Mark Yates' men conceded two sloppy goals before the break which left them with a mountain to climb.
The contest was over when Romuald Boco scored the visitors' third goal two minutes into the second half.