Dominic Solanke’s fifth goal of the season helped Bournemouth break QPR’s undefeated record after a 2-1 win in the Sky Bet Championship.
The Cherries win put them at the top of the table and extended their own undefeated start after that West Brom could only draw 0-0 at home Derby.
Bournemouth and QPR were two of three teams in the division with losses ahead of the Vitality Stadium encounter, but the guests got off to a bad start on the south coast.
R’s center-back Rob Dickie was easily eliminated by Jaidon Anthony and the Cherries youngster fired home after 12 minutes.
Before the break it was 2-0 when Anthony Solanke hit in the penalty area and the striker hit the net. Sam McCallum moved in for QPR after the break but they couldn’t find an equalizer and lost for the first time.
West Brom remain undefeated and in the lead, but with an identical record as Bournemouth after being held to a goalless draw by Wayne Rooney’s derby.
The recently relegated club had plenty of chances but couldn’t get past Kelle Roos and could lose the top spot if Fulham win in Birmingham on Wednesday.
Huddersfield overtook QPR and finished fourth in the table after an excellent 3-0 win Blackpool.
Josh Koroma got the terrier rolling early in the second half and Matty Pearson and Jonathan Hogg joined him on the scorers’ list to take four wins this season.
Blackpool then fell into the bottom three reading got better Peterborough by a 3: 1 from the relegation zone.
John Swift and Tom Dele-Bashiru struck within three minutes in the second half and while Nathan Thompson pulled one back for Posh, they couldn’t find an equalizer and were then hit late with a third.
Dele-Bashiru added second place with a heavy effort from outside the box, leaving Peterborough in 23rd place.
Ben Brereton Diaz has struck for the fourth time this season to impress Schwarzbrand to the 2-0 triumph over hull in Ewood Park.
Daniel Ayala made his breakthrough in the 61st minute before Chilean international Brereton Diaz confidently drilled into the corner and Rovers moved up to seventh.
Sheffield United the second win in a row was denied after Emil Riis Jakobsen had scored a net in the fifth minute of stoppage time Preston a 2-2 draw on the road.
Sander Berge seemed to have given Slavisa Jokanovic’s team all three points with six minutes remaining after a start for the blades of Morgan Gibbs-White was canceled by Daniel Johnson.
But Jakobsen atone for an earlier mistake when he shot home in front of the away fans to take a point on Bramall Lane.