Sports Mole rounds up all the action from Saturday's fixtures in League One.
have moved to the top of Walsall the table following a comfortable win over , which gives them a fourth straight win in the league. Blackpool netted a brace to maintain the visitors' unbeaten start to the League One season, moving them two points clear at the top. Romaine Sawyers
Walsall were able to move above
after they let in a late equaliser in their match against Gillingham at London Road. Peterborough United appeared to have given the visitors the win with five minutes remaining, but Adedeji Oshilaja equalised for the Posh in stoppage time, leaving Gillingham fourth. Jon Taylor looked like they were feeling the effects of extra time against Everton in the League Cup earlier this week as they slumped to defeat against Barnsley . Rochdale opened the scoring early on for the hosts, before Calvin Andrew and Peter Vincenti also found the back of the net, giving Rochdale their first win in three outings. Ian Henderson slipped to their third defeat in four outings after Millwall netted a brace for Jay O'Shea , who move up to sixth with three wins from five games. Chesterfield
O'Shea gave the visitors an early lead at The Den, before putting the win beyond doubt with a late strike.
A last-gasp goal gave
their first win of the campaign in a closely-fought match with Bradford city . Port Vale
It looked like the tie was going to finish level until
scored the only goal of the game with just seconds remaining. Devante Cole recovered after conceding twice in the opening 20 minutes to claim a draw with Colchester United , but Scunthorpe United 's side are still without a win this season. Tony Humes and Paddy Madden gave Scunthorpe a 2-0 advantage early on, but goals either side of half time from Kevin van Veen and George Moncur ensured that the home side picked up a point. George Elokobi left it late in their match against Sheffield United , scoring twice in the space of five minutes to continue their strong start to the season. Swindon Town opened the scoring from a corner inside the final 20 minutes, before Neill Collins doubled the lead a couple of minutes later. Billy Sharp have jumped up to seventh after narrowly beating Wigan Athletic at the DW Stadium, giving them their second win of the campaign. Crewe Alexandra netted the only goal of the tie, heading in inside the opening 15 minutes from a corner. Michael Jacobs netted twice in the opening half hour to set up their first win of the season, defeating Doncaster Rovers . Fleetwood Town and Curtis Main were both on target less than seven minutes apart, inflicting a second loss in four outings on Fleetwood. James Coppinger secured their fourth draw in five outings since winning promotion from League Two, coming from behind to draw with Bury . Oldham Athletic scored his second goal for his new club after Tom Pope had opened the scoring for the visitors midway through the first half. Lee Croft
and Shrewsbury Town went head-to-head at the New Meadow, with a late goal from Burton Albion clinching all three points for the visiting side. Mark Duffy
The injury-time strike hands Burton their third straight win in the league, and a fourth in five outings.
Results in full (half-time scores in bracket): Blackpool 0-4 Walsall (0-1), Bradford City 1-0 Port Vale (0-0), Bury 1-1 Oldham Athletic (0-1), Colchester United 2-2 Scunthorpe United (1-2), Doncaster Rovers 2-0 Fleetwood Town (2-0), Millwall 0-2 Chesterfield (0-1), Peterborough United 1-1 Gillingham (0-0), Rochdale 3-0 Barnsley (2-0), Shrewsbury Town 0-1 Burton Albion (0-0), Swindon Town 0-2 Sheffield United (0-0), Wigan Athletic 1-0 Crewe Alexandra (1-0)
League One roundup: Gillingham beat Wigan to go top