Comeback kings, double delight and historic victories – we have picked out some of the biggest talking points from the latest round of Football League action.Strikers get brilliant braces throughout The Football League
Fulham's teenage sensation Moussa Dembele got on the scoresheet twice for the second week running, helping Fulham to a 4-1 win over Bristol City.
However, the 19-year-old wasn't the only player to get two for his team this weekend. Dembele's fellow Championship striker Andre Gray scored twice as Burnley beat Huddersfield Town 2-1.
Another double for me today #BeastMode was ON, could have been 3 but happy with the job done to get the 3 pts. Loving Ur supports @FulhamFC— Moussa Dembélé (@MDembele9) October 31, 2015
In Sky Bet League 1, Danny Rose and Adam Armstrong both hit doubles, for Bury and Coventry City, beating Blackpool 4-3 and Peterborough 3-2 respectively.
In Sky Bet League 2, meanwhile, Ryan Taylor scored two for Oxford United as they beat Stevenage 5-1, and Michael Raynes hit two vital goals, securing Carlisle United a 3-2 win over Yeovil Town.
Trio come from behind to secure memorable wins
Ryan Taylor on Stevenage #OUFCpic.twitter.com/Egmn1HZ8i0— Oxford United FC (@OUFCOfficial) November 1, 2015
Walsall, Coventry City and Carlisle United all had weekends to remember, coming from two goals down to secure all three points.
The Saddlers were 2-0 down against fellow Sky Bet League 1 high-flyers Gillingham but were level before the break, and Jason Demetriou netted an injury-time winner to complete the turnaround.
Also in Sky Bet League 1, Coventry trailed 2-0 at half-time to Peterborough, but Romain Vincelot and an Adam Armstrong double saw them to their eighth win of the season.
In Sky Bet League 2, Yeovil Town were two goals ahead against Carlisle United after only eight minutes. However, goals from Macaulay Gillesphey and Michael Raynes (2) reversed the scoreline and moved Carlisle up to eighth in the table.
Brentford get first win over Queens Park Rangers in 50 years
It was a long time coming for Brentford fans, but the Bees finally got the better of rivals QPR at the weekend.
Marco Djuricin's goal in the 56th minute was enough to get their first win against their West London foes for the first time since the 1965/66 season, and overtake them in the Sky Bet Championship standings.
Brentford weren't the only team to secure a win over their rivals as Wolverhampton Wanderers put a halt to Gary Rowett's progress at Birmingham City by beating the Blues 2-0.
Crewe Alexandra get first home win of the season
Think we've found the fan who took the most pleasure from Saturday's win... pic.twitter.com/uwhNG2ANuH— Wolves (@OfficialWolves) November 2, 2015
Ryan Colclough scored the winner for Crewe Alexandra as they secured their first home win of the season by beating Sheffield United 1-0.
Crewe are currently bottom of Sky Bet League 1 and Colclough's goal saw them end a run of 14 winless matches on home soil, which stretched back to March.
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RESULT OF THE DAY: @crewealexfc take the honours after beating @SUFC_tweets 1-0 for their first home win in 15. pic.twitter.com/0l2X5QcXvq— The Football League (@football_league) October 31, 2015
Capital One Cup Quarter-Finalists get back to business in the Sky Bet Championship
Middlesbrough, Sheffield Wednesday and Hull City all picked up victories on their return to the Sky Bet Championship after beating Premier League opposition in the Capital One Cup.
After seeing off Manchester United at Old Trafford, Middlesbrough comfortably beat Charlton Athletic 3-0, with three second-half goals, courtesy of David Nugent, Albert Adomah and Daniel Ayala.
Sheffield Wednesday are now 10 games undefeated in all competitions after winning 1-0 at Hillsborough against Nottingham Forest, just days after brushing Arsenal aside.
Hull City are also 10 undefeated, following a 2-0 win over Milton Keynes Dons. Ahmed Elmohamady struck in the first half before Mohamed Diame sealed victory in the 90th minute.
First-half goalfest secures Bury three points against Blackpool
Good to get a win away today and nice to get a goal as well #hcfcpic.twitter.com/Cp4x5mYYSF— Ahmed Elmohamady (@Elmo_27) October 31, 2015
Bury moved into the Sky Bet League 1 Play-Off places after beating Blackpool 4-3 in an enthralling encounter at Gigg Lane.
The first half saw Bury net four goals and they went in at the break leading 4-2. Jack Redshaw scored a late penalty to make it 4-3 but the Shakers' first-half performance was enough to overcome a spirited Blackpool side.