DERBY County maintained their perfect away record with a comfortable 3-0 victory over Yeovil Town.
Goals late in the first half from Johnny Russell and Craig Bryson put the Rams in control and Chris Martin added a third after the break in the first competitive meeting between the sides.
Nigel Clough's men have now won three out of three on their travels, in all competitions.
The Rams largely controlled proceedings at Huish Park and Russell broke the deadlock after 41 minutes.
The summer signing from Dundee United latched on to a neat through ball from Richard Keogh and coolly lifted a shot over debutant keeper Wayne Hennessey.
Then, in the 44th minute, the visitors doubled their advantage, Bryson making no mistake from 12 yards after being sent through the middle by Chris Martin at the end of a flowing passing move.
And Derby added a third after 58 minutes when Hennessey could only parry Jamie Ward's fierce strike from outside the box and Martin was on hand to convert the rebound.
See Monday's Burton Mail for a full report.