The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE ONE -

FEW League One matches will live up to the ex­cite­ment and qual­ity on show at High­bury as two of the di­vi­sion’s most at­trac­tive teams pro­vided those in attendance with a su­perb af­ter­noon of en­ter­tain­ment.

Bris­tol City re­main the team to beat in the di­vi­sion.

And although they never looked in dan­ger of los­ing their un­beaten record once they took the lead early in the sec­ond pe­riod, the way in which they al­lowed the hosts back into the game will give the re­main­der of the league hope that they are not in­vin­ci­ble.

For Fleet­wood’s part they were cer­tainly de­serv­ing of their point, and had Frank Field­ing not made some out­stand­ing saves they could have re­al­is­ti­cally left with a first vic­tory in seven.

But after go­ing almost 300 min­utes with­out find­ing the net, scor­ing three against the side who are sit­ting pretty at the top of the ta­ble right now will at least give Gra­ham Alexan­der some heart fol­low­ing a dis­ap­point­ing re­cent run.

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