Forest see off Charlton
Nottingham Forest maintained their unbeaten start after clinching a 2-1 triumph over Charlton.
Lewis McGugan scored for the second league game running to give Forest a 17th-minute lead and on-loan Chelsea defender Sam Hutchinson netted his first senior goal after 75 minutes.
An own goal by Reds goalkeeper Lee Camp two minutes from time set up a nervy finale for the hosts but they saw out the remaining time to seal a deserved win.
Leeds United shared a thrilling 3-3 draw with Blackburn at Elland Road.
New £8 million signing Jordan Rhodes was given his Rovers debut but watched as all six goals came from elsewhere.
Leeds parted to allow Markus Olsson and Nuno Gomes to put Blackburn 2-0 after 27 minutes gone, but then rallied with goals from El Hadji Diouf, Ross McCormack and Luciano Becchio.
Ruben Rochina came to Blackburn's rescue, however, preserving their unbeaten start with a cute backheel that earned his side a point with six minutes left.
In the day's late game, Ben Marshall's second-half penalty gave Leicester a 1-0 victory that ended Blackpool's 100% start to the season.
Marshall converted nine minutes after the interval following a contentious decision from referee Mike Jones as the Foxes bounced back from successive Championship defeats.
Hull's new boys proved the difference as Steve Bruce's side put their recent woes in front of goal behind them to dispatch Bolton 3-1 at the KC Stadium.
Sone Aluko, Abdoulaye Faye and Stephen Quinn effectively ended the contest shortly after half time, though only after Chris Eagles had given the visitors the lead.
Birmingham recorded their first Championship victory of the season after edging out Peterborough 1-0.
The first-half winner came courtesy of a bizarre own goal from Robert Olejnik, with the Posh goalkeeper seeing his attempted punched clearance from Wade Elliott's free-kick go horribly wrong.
Andy Keogh scored twice as Millwall registered a first home Championship win of the season, beating Middlesbrough 3-1.
Craig Mackail-Smith showed exactly why Premier League clubs were chasing him in the transfer window with a stunning double to fire Brighton to a 3-1 victory over Burnley at Turf Moor.
Jacob Mellis scored the only goal of the game as a makeshift Barnsley kept free-scoring Bristol City at bay to secure a 1-0 victory.
James Vaughan missed a penalty to go from hero to villain as Huddersfield were denied all three points in a 2-2 stalemate at Ipswich.
With the scores level, Jack Hunt tumbled under a challenge from Daryl Murphy. Referee Mick Russell initially waved away Huddersfield's appeal before having a change of heart following a conversation with his assistant.
The controversy did not end there, though, as Scott Loach parried Vaughan's spot-kick straight back to the striker, who struck both posts with his follow up before Ipswich scrambled clear. Vaughan was convinced the ball had crossed the line but Russell ignored his protests.
Three minutes before that penalty miss Vaughan had made it 2-2 after Ipswich, having trailed to a 36th-minute Adam Clayton goal, had battled back to take the lead through second-half strikes from Luke Chambers and Michael Chopra.
Glenn Murray scored twice as Crystal Palace brought Sheffield Wednesday's remarkable unbeaten streak to an end with a 2-1 victory at Selhurst Park.
Wednesday, who had equalised through Michail Antonio just after the break, had been looking to stretch their undefeated run to a club-record 20 matches
Conor Sammon scored his first goal for Derby on his home debut as the Rams took advantage of Watford's defensive frailties to romp to a 5-1 win.
Richard Keogh, Jeff Hendrick, Will Hughes and Jamie Ward were the other Derby players on target in the rout.