Cardiff City maintained their 100% Championship record with a 2-1 win over Queens Park Rangers on Saturday.
The Bluebirds bounced back from a midweek Carabao Cup defeat at the hands of Burton Albion to beat QPR 2-1 - but it wasn't all plain sailing for Neil Warnock's men, who survived an early scare after Matt Smith headed Rangers in front after 15 minutes.
But Junior Hoillett and Sol Bamba replied for the hosts, who head into the first international break of the season at the top of the table.
That result leaves Cardiff as the only side to have won each of their matches so far - after Ipswich Town lost 2-0 to Fulham, with Whites new-boy Rui Fonte getting on the scoresheet for his new side.
Sheffield United are turning Bramall Lane into somewhat of a fortress after recording their third win of the season there with the 3-1 defeat of Derby County on Saturday.
A Billy Sharp double either side of a bizarre own goal from Rams winger Johnny Russell was enough to see off a Derby side who replied late on with a Craig Bryson effort.
Burton's relegation rivals Barnsley and Milwall kick-started their respective seasons with home wins over promotion candidates.
Barnsley's 3-0 win over a resurgent Sunderland and Milwall's 4-0 win over Norwich City showed that the Brewers will once again be in good company ahead of another relagtion scrap.
Leeds United went third with a 2-0 win over Nottingham Forest in the Saturday evening kick-off, with the Whites showing no signs of a hangover from Chris Woods' £15 million departure for Burnley last week.
Goals from Kemar Roofe and a Ezgjan Alioski strike sealed another win for the Whites - who moved two points clear of Forest.
Reading managed their first away points of the campaign, with a 2-0 success at Birmingham City coming thanks to goals from Jon Dadi Bodvarsson and George Evans.
There wasn't much to report from the Riverside Stadium or Griffin Park, as big spending Middlesbrough and Wolves both fired blanks against Preston North End and Brentford respectively - with both matches ending goalless.