Yeovil Town battled back from two goals down to draw with Charlton, and Plymouth Argyle are through to the FA Cup Third Round.
The Exeter Chiefs have been beaten 14-9 by defending champions Toulon in the Heineken Cup.
Our Sports Correspondent Matthias Kurth looks ahead to this weekend's football and rugby fixtures.
In rugby's Championship tonight, Plymouth Albion have been beaten at home by Bedford.
Albion surrendered a 13-3 half-time lead to lose 27-16 at Brickfields.
In the Championship, the Cornish Pirates lost 27-25 on Jersey. The home side won the match with a try in the final minute.
Plymouth Albion travel to Nottingham tomorrow.
And in the LV= Cup, the Exeter Chiefs make the short journey up the M5 to play West Country rivals Bath. Kick-off at The Rec is at 1pm.
Plymouth Albion had a comfortable 20 - 5 win at bottom-of-the-table Ealing.
Tom Bowen and Lewis Warner scored a try apiece, with the other ten points coming from the boot of Declan Cusack.
Bristol had to come from behind to beat Plymouth Albion in a thrilling game of rugby at Brickfields.
The visitors scored six tries, including a hat-trick from George Watkins, to seal their seventh straight win.
Albion got off to a flyer and were 14-0 up after just eight minutes, thanks to tries from Tom Bowen and Jack Arnott.
Ben Skirving pulled one back in the 19th minute, before Bowen soon added his second of the afternoon.
Watkins then scored two tries in two minutes at the end of the first period to give a half-time score of 21-19.
Bowen completed his hat-trick two minutes into the second half, but Bristol scored three more tries through Nicky Robinson, Watkins and Bryan Rennie.
It's now three Premiership wins out of three for the Exeter Chiefs.
Rob Baxter's men were 18 - 16 winners at Sale tonight, thanks to six penalties from Gareth Steenson.
And in the Championship, the Cornish Pirates have bounced back after last week's heavy defeat by winning 16-8 at home to London Scottish. Thomas Kebsel scored two tries for the Pirates.