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Oldham still unbeaten after 1-1 derby draw with Bury

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Oldham remain unbeaten in League One after claiming a 1-1 draw in a hard-fought derby at Bury.

Lee Croft gave the visitors a 24th-minute lead but Tom Pope's 65th-minute equaliser earned a point for Bury, who are still without a league win this term.

A first half of few chances saw Chris Hussey's free-kick deflected wide for Bury.

But with David Dunn a constant threat behind lone striker Jonathan Forte, Oldham deserved a half-time lead.

Left-back Joseph Mills pushed forward to cross for winger Croft,...

Joe Dodoo fires Leicester City past Bury in Capital One Cup

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Leicester CityLeicester City
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Joe Dodoo hits the target in Leicester's victory over Bury.

Youngster Joe Dodoo hit a stunning debut hat trick as Leicester maintained their flying start to the season with a 4-1 win at Bury in the Capital One Cup.

The 20-year-old Academy product opened the scoring as the Foxes eased into a 2-0 half-time lead with Andrej Kramaric also on target in the second-round tie at Gigg Lane.

Danny Mayor replied as Bury showed some fight in the second period but Dodoo settled the contest with two cool finishes in the final four minutes.

The closing stages were marred...

Inman grabs late Crewe equaliser

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Brad Inman stole a point for Crewe as his late strike earned a 3-3 draw against a dominant Bury.

The Shakers twice came from behind and looked ready to secure their first win of the campaign until the Australian attacker struck in the 80th minute.

Crewe, who have yet to register success this term, were off to a flyer in the third minute when on-loan midfielder Adam King clipped the ball into the top corner after Chris Hussey failed to clear his lines.

But the Railwaymen were soon on the back foot, and...

Cod Army edge Gigg Lane thriller

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Fleetwood twice came from behind to win 4-3 at Bury and register their first victory of the season.

Having twice equalised to make it 2-2 at half-time, second-half goals by Jamie Proctor and Antoni Sarcevic proved decisive for the Cod Army.

Bury had made a fine start as Leon Clarke outmuscled defender Stephen Jordan to score from Tom Pope's fourth-minute flick-on.

But Fleetwood replied in the 17th minute when right-back Conor McLaughlin headed home from Sarcevic's left-wing corner.

Bury were back in...

Rodgers seals Swindon fightback

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Swindon TownSwindon Town
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Bury let slip a two-goal lead as Swindon staged a late fightback to draw 2-2 at Gigg Lane.

Tom Pope and Danny Mayor scored early in each half for the newly-promoted Shakers, while home striker Leon Clarke also missed a 20th-minute penalty.

But Fabien Robert pulled one back for Swindon in the 74th minute before fellow substitute Anton Rodgers curled in an 83rd-minute free-kick.

Bury were in complete control for the first 70 minutes, with Pope heading home in the fourth minute from Joe Riley's right-wing...