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EFL roundup: Sheffield Wednesday on the up and Orient prolong unbeaten begin | Soccer

Sheffield Wednesday defeated Wycombe 3-1 to shut to inside a degree of League One’s high two. Neither Ipswich nor Portsmouth have been in motion and Wednesday ensured they took full benefit to spoil Gareth Ainsworth’s 10-year anniversary answerable for the Chairboys.

The guests had a nightmare begin as Joe Jacobson put into his personal internet within the first minute. Sam Vokes rapidly equalised, however Barry Bannan tapped in Wednesday’s second within the thirty second minute and Callum Patterson added a late third.

Barnsley climbed to fifth with a 3-1 victory over Charlton. Josh Benson netted the opener within the tenth minute and James Norwood and Devante Cole scored within the second half earlier than Jack Payne managed a late comfort.

Jonson Clarke-Harris scored a first-half double as Peterborough eased to a 3-0 win over Port Vale whereas Ryan Bowman netted the winner as Shrewsbury overcame backside aspect Burton 2-1.

Harvey Knibbs grabbed a late winner for Cambridge as they got here from behind to beat Morecambe 2-1 whereas Jevani Brown’s hat-trick helped Exeter Metropolis cruise to a 4-0 win over Forest Inexperienced Rovers. Joe Pritchard’s 54th-minute effort earned Accrington a 1-0 win at Bristol Rovers.

Paul Smyth and Idris El Mizouni struck to increase Leyton Orient’s unbeaten begin to the season in League Two with a 2-0 win at Barrow, who had Theo Archibald despatched off late on. The win ensured Orient remained 5 factors away from Northampton, who got here from a aim right down to beat Stockport 2-1 because of a primary league aim fro Harvey Lintott.

Idris El Mizouni celebrates after scoring the winner for Leyton Orient at Barrow.
Idris El Mizouni celebrates after scoring the winner for Leyton Orient at Barrow. {Photograph}: Will Matthews/PA

Dan Sweeney’s last-gasp header sealed a 1-0 win for Stevenage over Harrogate and lifted them into third place whereas Salford took benefit of Donovan Wilson’s dismissal by scoring twice within the final 11 minutes to inflict Sutton’s first dwelling league defeat of the season with a 2-1 victory.

Mansfield staged a dramatic comeback with a 2-1 victory at Crewe. Courtney Baker-Richardson gave Crewe the lead halfway by the second half however Will Swan struck an 87th-minute equaliser earlier than Ollie Hawkins headed the winner deep into stoppage time.

George Miller scored twice as Doncaster ended a run of three successive league defeats with a 4-1 conquer struggling Crawley whereas ten-man Swindon prolonged their unbeaten run to 9 matches with a hard-fought 2-1 win over Grimsby.

Tranmere substitute Elliott Nevitt scored a dramatic winner with just about the final contact of the sport to sink Walsall 1-0. Vadaine Oliver rescued a degree for Bradford with a stoppage-time equaliser in a 2-2 draw with AFC Wimbledon.

Devante Rodney’s first-half penalty secured Rochdale their first victory of the season at managerless Colchester, Corey Whelan cancelled out Nathan Moriah-Welsh’s aim as Carlisle drew 1-1 at Newport and Keith Curle first match answerable for Hartlepool resulted in a goalless draw with fellow strugglers Gillingham.

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