Nottingham Forest maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a home victory against 10-man Wimbledon.
Dutchman Bryan Roy put Forest ahead on eight minutes, before Vinnie Jones equalised just three minutes later.
Stuart Pearce restored Forest's lead before second-half goals from Jason Lee and Scot Gemmill made it a comprehensive win for Forest, moving them up to third with 24 points, 10 behind leaders Newcastle United.
The result left Wimbledon 17th on 10 points, two points above the relegation zone.
Owen Coyle's Bolton Wanderers impressively defeated Tottenham Hotspur 4-2 at the Reebok Stadium.
Striker Kevin Davies hammered in the opener from 18 yards, before Gretar Steinsson's angled strike made it 2-0.
Davies added a penalty to make it three, but Spurs hit back thanks to a curling shot by Alan Hutton and an excellent volley by Roman Pavlyuchenko.
But Martin Petrov netted a late fourth for Bolton to make the points safe.
Victory saw Bolton leap from 11th to sixth place, with 15 points, with Spurs dropping a place to seventh, also on 15 points.