Charlton keep up pressure on Dons

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Charlton came from behind at Bury to keep up the pressure on MK Dons at the top of npower League One.

Shaker striker Ryan Lowe continued his insatiable start to the season just before half-time, netting a 25-yard free-kick after Michael Morrison had fouled him.

However, Lowe's 100th Bury appearance ended in disappointment as Charlton secured a 2-1 victory at Gigg Lane.

Paul Hayes equalised for the Addicks four minutes into the second period, before Johnnie Jackson secured three points by converting Dale Stephens' cross.

Chris Powell's side lie second in the standings, just one goal behind high-flying MK Dons.

Karl Robinson's troops secured a comfortable 1-0 victory over Stevenage at Stadium:mk through debutant Charlie MacDonald.

Sheffield United continued their unbeaten start to life in League One with a 1-0 win at Yeovil.

Chris Porter's header was the only goal of the game at Huish Park and Terry Skiverton's side were reduced to 10 men when Curtis Haynes-Brown was sent off.

Last season's surprise package Bournemouth followed up a midweek home defeat to West Brom with another loss at Dean Court as Ryan Jarvis' double helped Walsall secure a 2-0 victory

Brentford also fell to a 2-0 home defeat as Robbie Weir and Andy Robinson netted the all-important goals for Tranmere.

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Yeovil Town
Robbie Weir
Terry Skiverton
Milton Keynes Dons
West Bromwich Albion
Paul Hayes
Chris Powell
League One
Ryan Lowe
Andy Robinson
Chris Porter
Johnnie Jackson
Sheffield United
Michael Morrison
Charlie MacDonald
Ryan Jarvis
Tranmere Rovers
Charlton Athletic
Dale Stephens

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