By Peter ORourke
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Crystal Palace, Luton and Burnley all maintained their perfect starts to the season.
Crystal Palace, Luton Town and Burnley all maintained their perfect starts to the season in The Championship with second successive wins.
Palace came from behind to beat Southend United 3-1 at Selhurst Park.
Freddy Eastwood gave Southend a shock lead three minutes before the break, but Leon Cort levelled for Palace seven minutes after half time.
Dougie Freedman fired Palace in front on 55 minutes and Mark Hudson sealed the win with the third goal just past the hour mark.
Burnley also picked up their second successive win with a 1-0 success at Leicester City.
Andy Gray netted the winner just before the break to give Burnley the points and inflict a second defeat on Leicester.
Luton made it two wins out of two with an impressive 1-0 victory at Sheffield Wednesday.
Lewis Emanuel grabbed the only goal of the game right on the stroke of half time.
Leeds United were denied a second win after Queens Park Rangers grabbed a last-minute goal to earn a 2-2 draw at Loftus Road.
Eddie Lewis gave Leeds the lead on 65 minutes, but Martin Rowlands equalised from the penalty spot nine minutes from time.
Leeds restored their lead almost straight away when Geoff Horsfield netted his first goal for the club.
QPR refused to give in and Shabazz Baidoo earned the hosts a point with a last-minute leveller.
Mick McCarthy celebrated his first win as Wolves boss, as his side overcame the loss of Carl Cort to beat Ipswich Town 1-0 at Molineux.
Jay Bothroyd fired Wolves in front on 27 minutes with his first goal for the club since his summer switch.
The home side suffered a blow on 36 minutes when Cort was sent off for a foul on Jason de Vos.
Ipswich missed a great chance to draw level right on the stroke of half time when Matt Richards saw his penalty saved by Matt Murray.
Barnsley produced a brilliant comeback, as they came from two goals down to beat Yorkshire rivals Hull City 3-2.
A quick-fire Jon Parkin brace (6, 9) put Hull in control, but Michael McIndoe pulled a goal back right on the stroke of half time for Barnsley.
Marc Richards drew The Tykes level just four minutes after the break and Paul Hayes completed the comeback with the winner on 73 minutes.
West Bromwich Albion and Cardiff City shared the spoils after a 1-1 draw at Ninian Park.
West Brom got off to a dream start with Hungarian ace Zoltan Gera scoring after just four minutes.
Cardiff hit back and drew level on 33 minutes through Riccardo Scimeca.
Colchester United suffered their second successive defeat after going down 1-0 to Plymouth Argyle at Layer Road. Luke Summerfield grabbed the all-important winning goal for Plymouth on his debut on the half-hour mark.
Norwich City recorded their first win of the season with a 2-0 victory over Preston North End at Carrow Road.
Sean St Ledger gifted Norwich the lead with an unfortunate own-goal on 56 minutes and Rob Earnshaw sealed the win with second eight minutes from time.
Preston's miserable night was compounded when Graham Alexander was sent off deep into injury time.
Stoke City got their campaign off and running with a 2-0 win over Derby County at The Britannia Stadium.
Vincent Pericard marked his home debut with the opener on 18 minutes and Darel Russell added a second just before the hour mark.
Click on fixture for full match summary:
Cardiff 1-1 West Brom
Colchester 0-1 Plymouth
Crystal Palace 3-1 Southend
Hull 2-3 Barnsley
Leicester 0-1 Burnley
Norwich 2-0 Preston
QPR 2-2 Leeds
Sheff Wed 0-1 Luton
Stoke 2-0 Derby
Wolves 1-0 Ipswich