League Two round-up
Oxford are top of the embryonic League Two table after a 2-1 win over Bury, while Fleetwood, Chesterfield and Southend are also on six points.
Danny Rose's free-kick had given Oxford the the lead before Tom Soares equalised mid-way through the second half.
But Johnny Mullins scored with eight minutes remaining to seal the victory and ensure Oxford are one of four sides to have won both their opening two league fixtures of the campaign.
The Us are joined on six points by Fleetwood, Chesterfield and Southend while, at the other end, Bury, Plymouth and Hartlepool are yet to earn a point.
Fleetwood maintained their 100 per cent start to the season with a 2-0 victory over Plymouth, sealed with two goals in two minutes from their former Manchester City trainee David Ball
Southend beat Hartlepool courtesy of a fifth-minute strike from Freddy Eastwood and despite having Barry Corr dismissed for violent conduct in first-half stoppage time.
Chesterfield's new signings Gary Roberts and Eoin Doyle marked their home debuts with the goals in a 2-0 victory over fellow promotion-hopefuls Cheltenham.
Luke Moore fired AFC Wimbledon to their first win of the new season against 10-man Wycombe, who had captain Stuart Lewis sent off midway through the first half.
Burton were grateful to a first-half own goal as they scraped a 1-0 win over Rochdale, who were reduced to 10 men after just seven minutes when Peter Cavanagh was dismissed for a high challenge on Robbie Weir.
The home side eventually made the breakthrough when Oliver Lancashire slid Billy Kee's pass into his own net.
Northampton secured their first league win with a 3-1 win against newly-promoted Newport.
Two goals in three minutes from Jacob Blyth and Roy O'Donovan put the Cobblers in charge and Gary Deegan added a third before Conor Washington pulled a late goal back for Newport.
Dagenham won at home for the first time since February with a 2-0 victory over York, with goals from Rhys Murphy and Brian Woodall.
Accrington snatched a 2-2 draw against Portsmouth with a late goal from Peter Murphy, who had put the hosts ahead before David Connolly struck twice for Pompey.
Morecambe drew 1-1 with Torquay, who levelled Ryan Williams' opening strike with a goal from Karl Hawley after the break.
Mansfield drew 0-0 with Exeter and the Bristol Rovers v Scunthorpe match also finished goalless.