All 12 games of Gameweek 19 in the Championship took place on Saturday, with 38 goals and three red cards occurring.
They are level on points with Queens Park Rangers at the summit, who drew with Blackburn Rovers, with Leicester City a point further back after their second consecutive defeat at Brighton & Hove Albion.
Here, Sports Mole picks out its best XI of the weekend as well as highlighting the biggest numpty and the best goal.
David Forde (Millwall)
The veteran keeper made two vital saves as the Lions held on to beat Wigan Athletic, who were being watched by new manager Uwe Rosler.
Kieran Trippier (Burnley)
A regular in our Team of the Week is Trippier. He provided his seventh assist of the season by picking out Michael Kightly for the winner against Barnsley.
Tommy Elphick (Bournemouth)
Elphick was a towering presence at the back as Bournemouth picked up a surprising win at Reading.
Clint Hill (QPR)
The QPR defence is the best in the league and Hill made a vital clearance to keep Blackburn out at Loftus Road.
Alex Baptiste (Bolton Wanderers)
Bolton are back in form after their poor start to the season and Baptiste managed an assist and a clean sheet as Doncaster Rovers were swept aside at the Reebok Stadium.
Simon Dawkins (Derby County)
Tottenham Hotspur loanee Dawkins has been one of the biggest attacking threats in Steve McClaren's excellent run since taking over at the club. Yesterday Dawkins's pace worried Blackpool as they spectacularly capitulated in the second half.
David Lopez (Brighton & Hove Albion)
Spanish midfielder Lopez provided two high-class passes for the first two goals as the Seagulls came past high-flying Leicester City.
Andre Moritz (Bolton Wanderers)
Moritz was the star for Bolton with a goal and an assist against Doncaster.
Cameron Stewart (Charlton Athletic)
Hull City loanee Stewart also had a goal and an assist in the 2-2 draw against Yeovil. His pace and skill was a joy to watch. See below for more on his goal.
Troy Deeney (Watford)
Deeney has had a stale couple of months but returned to goalscoring form with a well-taken brace as the Hornets claimed a late 3-3 draw against in-form Leeds United.
Chris Martin (Derby County)
The spearhead of Derby's free-flowing attack, Martin scored a second-half hat-trick as Blackpool were brushed aside.
Numpty of the Week
James Vaughan: Vaughan had the chance to put Huddersfield Town ahead against Ipswich Town form the spot but hit a tame penalty that Dean Gerken saved with ease. He also missed from 12 yards at Portman Road last season.
Goal of the Week
Cameron Stewart (Charlton) vs. Yeovil: The electric youngster collected a quick throw from goalkeeper Ben Alnwick before streaking up the pitch, beating a couple of defenders with some step-overs and finding the bottom corner with a fine strike from outside the area.