Rodman heads the Shrews to top
LEAGUE ONE: Shrewsbury moved level on points with Peterborough at the top after a 2-1 win at Gillingham.
On-loan Norwich forward Carlton Morris put the Shrews in front after 31 minutes before setting up Alex Rodman to head in a second just seven minutes later. Gillingham pulled a goal back with 15 minutes left through Josh Parker.
With Wigan not in action, Charlton moved into third after running out 4-3 winners at Oldham, who finished with 10 men and remain without a point.
The Addicks were ahead on 18 minutes through a 30-yard effort from midfielder Ricky Holmes and Tariqe Fosu doubled the lead just four minutes later.
Oldham, though, reduced the deficit on 34 minutes through a penalty from Craig Davies and Eoin Doyle, on loan from Preston, equalised six minutes into the second half.
The Latics, however, soon saw substitute Ousmane Fane sent off for a second caution and Fosu put Charlton back in front after 62 minutes, before on-loan Rangers forward Joe Dodoo added a fourth 10 minutes later. Oldham reduced the deficit with eight minutes left through Jack Byrne.
Scunthorpe maintained their positive start with a 1-0 win at Bury as midfielder Josh Morris curled in a free-kick with just four minutes left.