Still losing

Swansea 0 - 0 Bristol City

Swansea City were denied victory in this goal-less draw at Liberty Stadium to leave them on one Championship win in seven starts under boss Paulo Sousa.
The Swans regularly put Bristol City under pressure, but the Robins' solid start to the campaign continued. 
Craig Beattie and Jordi Lopez spurned good second-half chances for the hosts, who saw Ferrie Bodde return after a seven-month injury absence. 
Robins goalkeeper Adriano Basso stood firm under Swansea's onslaught.


Leicester 1 - 1 Peterborough

Penalties either side of half-time left Leicester and Peterborough with a share of the spoils in an entertaining game.
The lively Aaron Mclean was tripped by Leicester defender Wayne Brown and Adam Boyd fired Posh ahead from the spot. 
Leicester pushed hard after going behind and Matty Fryatt should have scored but missed when through on goal. 
They eventually drew level through Fryatt's spot-kick after Tom Williams was adjudged to have blocked with his hand from a Robbie Neilson effort. 
Both sides were promoted from League One last season and whilst Leicester have settled back into life in the Championship well, Peterborough have now equalled a club record for the most games without a win at the start of a season. 
They had their chances to win the match, notably from a Craig Mackail-Smith 20-yard volley that flew wide late on. 
Equally though, they could have lost the game as keeper Joe Lewis twice saved well from Foxes' substitute Paul Gallacher in the closing seconds of the first half and Steve Howard had a header cleared off the line for the home side.