Matt Cox kept his first professional clean sheet on Saturday, helping Bristol Rovers to a 2-0 victory at Shrewsbury Town.
Cox did what he needed to do at the Croud Meadow before goals from John Marquis and Aaron Collins in the final 15 minutes settled the game.
Tristan Crama was an unused substitute as Rovers picked up their second victory of the campaign. The Gas host West Ham United’s Under-21s on Wednesday night in the EFL Trophy before welcoming Wigan Athletic to the West Country on Saturday.
It is Ryan Trevitt and Exeter City who continue to lead the way in the third tier.
Trevitt played the full 90 minutes in Exeter’s 1-0 victory at home to Cheltenham Town.
Caleb Watts struck the only goal midway through the second half at St James Park to register the Grecians’ fifth win in eight league games.
Gary Caldwell’s side welcome Reading to Devon tomorrow night in the EFL Trophy before making the trip to Oxford United at the weekend.
Fin Stevens and the U’s go into that game in third, fresh from a 3-0 victory at Fleetwood.
Steves played the final 16 minutes at Highbury, with the game decided by goals from Stanley Mills and Billy Bodin before the break and Kyle Edwards’ effort on the hour.
Oxford warm up for Saturday’s top-of-the-table clash with an EFL Trophy home game against MK Dons.
Paris Maghoma is set for about a month on the sidelines due to a thigh injury. In his absence, Bolton suffered a late 2-1 defeat at Reading, conceding twice in the final 13 minutes to drop to seventh.
In Sky Bet League Two, Daniel Oyegoke was an unused substitute as Jamie Walker’s 95th-minute strike grabbed a point for Bradford City at home to Harrogate Town.
The Bantams are 17th following the 1-1 draw and face the long trip to Newport County in the fourth tier this Saturday.
Ben Winterbottom played the full 90 minutes for Welling United as they progressed to the third qualifying round of the Emirates FA Cup at the expense of local rivals Dartford.
Antony Papadopoulos struck a hat-trick at Princes Park to send Welling into the hat. The Wings resume their National League campaign on Saturday with a visit to Eastbourne Borough.
David Raya kept a clean sheet on his debut for Arsenal on Sunday, helping the Gunners to a 1-0 victory away at Everton in the Premier League.
Mikel Arteta’s side host PSV in the Champions League on Wednesday and then Tottenham Hotspur in the north London derby next Sunday.