LEAGUE TWO ROUND: Lincoln wins two wins in a row, while Morecambe is still pointless

John Akinde (center) scored the first in Lincoln's 4-1 victory over Swindon at Sincil Bank

Lincoln beat Swindon 4-1 to maintain his 100 percent start in Sky Bet League Two.

John Akinde put the Imps on the road with a penalty after 10 minutes, and defender Michael Bostwick added a second from the corner.

Michael Doughty narrowed the gap from the penalty spot before the break, but the late goals from Harry Toffolo and substitute Matt Green secured two wins from two.

John Akinde (center) scored the first in Lincoln's 4-1 victory over Swindon at Sincil Bank

John Akinde (center) scored the first in Lincoln's 4-1 victory over Swindon at Sincil Bank

Exeter also has the maximum points after a 2-0 win at Morecombe, who have now lost both of their opening league games.

Pierce Sweeney broke the deadlock from the penalty spot in the 43rd minute, with striker Jayden Stockley in the middle of the second half.

A last-minute goal from substitute Ousseynou Cisse gave MK Dons, relegated from League One last season, a 1-0 win over Bury, as he also started with six points from six.

The Forest Green Rovers seemed on track to maintain their own 100 percent start before Oldham hit a tie in the second half.

Reuben Reid put the home team ahead in 22 minutes, but Dan Gardner's penalty with 12 minutes remaining leveled things up.

Mansfield also had to settle for a point after a 2-2 draw at Yeovil, where all the goals came in the first half.

Diallang Jaiyesimi gave the home side an early lead, but Craig Davies soon drew.

Yoann Arquin put Yeovil back in front before Matt Preston led the Stags in a 26-minute action.

The County of Notts, which is expected to be among the contenders of the promotion, is still looking for a first victory after losing 3-2 at Cambridge after a header in Barry Corr's time off.

U Adebayo Azeez striker had scored two goals after Enzio Boldewijn's first goal in the first half. Richard Duffy's header in the 78th minute seemed to have given the visitors a point before the dramatic final.

Stevenage of Dino Maamria posted a 3-1 victory over Crawley with Alex Revell scoring twice

Stevenage of Dino Maamria posted a 3-1 victory over Crawley with Alex Revell scoring twice

Stevenage of Dino Maamria posted a 3-1 victory over Crawley with Alex Revell scoring twice

Alex Revell scored twice in the final two minutes when Stevenage won 3-1 to Crawley. Alex Reid's goalkeeper had been canceled by Ollie Palmer.

Colchester also maintained his unbeaten start with a 2-0 home victory over Port Vale thanks to Courtney Senior and Ryan Jackson.

James Norwood's free kick helped Tranmere beat Cheltenham 1-0 without a win.

Macclesfield also runs out of points after falling 2-0 at home to Grimsby.

Jordan Cook put the visitors ahead in the half hour. Macclesfield then saw Mitchell Rose sent off with two yellow cards in the 63rd minute, before Mariners substitute Charles Vernam finished things off with a minute left.

Carlisle, however, got a first positive result after a 2-2 draw at home with Northampton.

Jamie Devitt's first goal was canceled by Kevin van Veen's header just before the break. Matt Crooks then placed the Cobblers ahead just after the hour, but Hallam Hope would soon be matched to win a share of the spoils.

Newport beat Crewe 1-0 with a header from Padraig Amond, but only after Crewe's Paul Green lost his penalty in the 66th minute.

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