A brace from Chey Dunkley made it three Sky Bet Championship matches unbeaten for Paul Cook’s Latics as they beat Charlton Athletic 2-0 at the DW Stadium on Saturday afternoon in the Championship.

Dunkley scored headed efforts from two Charlie Mulgrew corners either side of half-time as Latics picked up more important points on their own patch.

Keith Hill’s Bolton were denied their first victory of the Sky Bet League One campaign after Aiden McGeady’s injury time penalty cancelled out Jack Hobbs’ opener to send both teams home with a shared point.

Substitute Yoan Zouma inadvertently handled in his own box just moments after the fourth official indicted five minutes of added time were to be played.

McGeady sent his spot kick emphatically past the previously unbeatable Remi Matthews to salvage a point for the Black Cats.

Rochdale were beaten 2-1 by Fleetwood Town at Highbury Stadium, as the hosts continued their unbeaten home run, which stretches back to February.

Rekeil Pyke had put Dale in front with a fine finish, but Danny Andrew equalised midway through the opening period.

Ched Evans netted the winning goal in the 87th minute, meeting a cross from the left to secure all three points for the hosts.

In Division Two,Dino Maamria started his reign as Head Coach for Oldham with three points after beating Morecambe 3-1 at Boundary Park.

Salford City’s search for a first win on the road in the Football League after a true game of two halves at Crewe Alexandra which ended in a 4-1 win for the hosts.

Adam Rooney opened his league account for the season five minutes before the break, capitalising on a fumble by Will Jaaskelainen to steer home at the near post.

But the home team scored four in the second half,Chris Porter header in the 50th minute drew Crewe level, and Tom Lowery went on to score a brace either side of a class Harry Pickering strike to complete the comeback for David Artell’s side.



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