League One Preview - Perfect Start for the Sky Blues

Coventry City lead the pack in the early stages of League One with maximum points from their three games.

Coventry City are flying high in the early rounds of the League One campaign after an impressive start from the Midlanders.

Tony Mowbray's side required a late Jim O'Brien goal to defeat Crewe. John Fleck put the Sky Blues in front however Brad Inman levelled for the Railwaymen.

Newcastle United loanee, Adam Armstrong, put Coventry back in the lead with his fifth goal of the season, before they were immediately pegged back from Marcus Haber.

O'Brien popped up with the winner seven minutes from time and now Coventry will look to keep that record going as they face an early top of the table clash with Midland's rivals Walsall at the weekend.

Gillingham have enjoyed a more than decent start to the season, with two wins and a draw. The Gills dispatched Sheffield United comfortably on the opening day followed by picking up a useful point at Port Vale, before getting three points at Bradford City during the week.

The Gills will look to maintain their unbeaten start to the season when they host promotion favourites Wigan Athletic.

The Latics comfortably defeated Scunthorpe United during the week. A Will Grigg penalty got the Lancashire side going before Donovan Daniels doubled their lead in the first half. Craig Davies made the victory secure with Wigan's third, 20 minutes from time.

Rochdale lost their 100% record going down 2-1 to Walsall at Spotland during the week. Keith Hill's men conceded twice in the second-half thanks to goals from Andy Taylor and Sam Mantom. Dale striker Calvin Andrew pulled a goal back but it wasn't enough.

Rochdale will travel to Chesterfield at the weekend. The Spireites defeated newly promoted Shrewsbury with goals from Sylvan Ebanks-Blake and Sam Morsy to move into fifth place.

Reigning League Two champions Burton Albion continue their fine 2015 with a good start to life in the third tier.

Two wins from their first three matches has enabled Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's men to be placed in the play-off positions at this early stage.

The Brewers host Peterborough at the Pirelli Stadium this weekend. Peterborough boss Dave Robertson has seen his side win only one of their three matches to date and no doubt will be feeling the pressure in his first managerial position.

It's early days but Bradford City find themselves at the foot of the table after a poor start. Phil Parkinson's were defeated at home to Gillingham during the week. The Bantams have boosted their squad by signing former Liverpool goalkeeper Brad Jones during the week.

Crewe, always tipped as of the relegation favourites, are down the bottom with only one point. Blackpool also join the Alex having also only taken a single point from their three matches so far.

The Tangerines lost to Burton Albion during the week and will face a huge test as they travel to promotion favourites Sheffield United at the weekend.

Summer signing from Morecambe, Jack Redshaw, opened the scoring for Blackpool before two Burton strikes won it for the Staffordshire side.

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