By Andy Clarke
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Nathan Ellington struck twice to keep Paul Jewell's Wigan on top of the pile.Nathan Ellington marked his 100th league appearance for Championship leaders Wigan by scoring the first two goals as they brushed aside bottom club Brighton.
Ellington opened the scoring on the stroke of half time and then added a second four minutes after the break - his fourth goal of the season - before summer signing Per Frandsen grabbed a third.
Plymouth maintained their impressive start to the season with victory over Sunderland at Home Park.
Captain Paul Wotton fired them ahead in the first minute and Stevie Crawford gave them a 2-0 half time lead. Marcus Stewart pulled a goal back for the visitors but they couldn't find an equaliser.
Teddy Sheringham scored twice as West Ham bounced back from their home defeat to Wigan by beating Crewe, although they had to survive a fightback at Gresty Road.
Sheringham put the visitors two ahead before Rufus Brevett scored a stunning third. Ashton immediately pulled a goal back and tucked away a second late on, but West Ham held firm.
Darren Bent was on target as Ipswich maintained their perfect home start by beating Cardiff at Portman Road.
Bent put Joe Royle's side ahead and after Alan Lee had equalised, Tommy Miller and Ian Westlake added further goals for Town.
A late penalty from Andy Reid for Nottingham Forest denied Leeds their second home win of the season.
The Republic of Ireland midfielder scored 10 minutes from time after Leeds had looked likely to hold on to the lead given to them in the first half by Steve Guppy.
Danny Webber scored five minutes into stoppage time to give Watford a surprise victory over Leicester at The Walkers Stadium, where Micky Adams's side have failed to score in their two games this season.
Robbie Blake earned Burnley a well-deserved point from their home game against Wolves with a fine solo goal after Shaun Newton had put Dave Jones's side ahead.
Early goals from Tommy Smith and Marcus Tudgay gave Derby all three points from their trip to Loftus Road, where QPR had been unbeaten for more than a year.
At The Madejski Stadium, Dave Kitson's penalty on the stroke of half time was enough to give Reading their second successive win, after Rotherham's Shaun Barker had fouled Nicky Forster.
Stoke ran out 2-0 winners over Gillingham at the Britannia Stadium, with goals from Gifton Noel-Williams and Ade Akinbiyi, while a late goal from Danny Dichio gave Millwall the points from their trip to Coventry.
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Burnley 1-1 Wolves
Coventry v Millwall
Crewe 2-3 West Ham
Ipswich 3-1 Cardiff
Leeds 1-1 Nottm Forest
Leicester 0-1 Watford
Plymouth 2-1 Sunderland
QPR 0-2 Derby
Reading 1-0 Rotherham
Stoke 2-0 Gillingham
Wigan 3-0 Brighton