Bradford City v Brentford
Brentford remain unbeaten in Sky Bet League 1 and they visit Bradford City at Valley Parade.
The Bees' defensive stability has helped them register two wins and three draws from their opening five matches. Uwe Rosler's men have conceded just three goals this term and last weekend's 0-0 draw with Carlisle United was their second successive clean sheet.
Phil Parkinson's Bantams drew 1-1 with Stevenage in their last outing - their second draw of the campaign - to go along with two wins and a loss, which sees them sit seventh in the table on eight points.
Carlisle United v Port Vale
Carlisle United, who are one of four winless League 1 sides, host a Port Vale team with just one victory under their belt.
The Cumbrians held out for a goalless stalemate at Brentford in their most recent outing to make it two consecutive draws after losing their first three matches of the season.
Since beating Bradford City 2-1 three games ago, Port Vale have fallen to successive 3-1 losses against Oldham Athletic and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Coventry City v Colchester United
Coventry City have the opportunity to wipe out their initial 10-point deduction when they clash with Colchester United on Sunday.
The Sky Blues head into the fixture on -2 after picking up eight points with two wins and two draws, scoring 16 goals in the process.
Joe Dunne's side suffered their first loss last time out, falling 2-1 to leaders Leyton Orient, but, similarly to Coventry, they had achieved two triumphs and two draws in their other league matches.
Mathieu Manset wheels away in celebration after scoring Coventry's fourth goal against Preston North End in their 4-4 draw
Crawley Town v Gillingham
After three successive draws, Gillingham are entertained by Crawley Town.
The Gills are yet to register a win this term but have shared points with Brentford, Swindon Town and, most recently, Bristol City, while Richie Barker's Red Devils beat Peterborough United 2-0 last weekend to take their season's tally to seven points.
The two clubs met twice during the 2011/12 League 2 season and registered a win apiece but Crawley came out on top in their most recent encounter, winning 3-2 in last term's Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
Crewe Alexandra v Peterborough United
Peterborough United lost their 100 per cent record last time out and they meet Crewe Alexandra on Saturday.
Posh's 2-0 loss to Crawley ended their perfect start to the season and it was the first time in 10 matches that Darren Ferguson's side have failed to score.
Crewe have registered four points so far this term with a win over Tranmere Rovers and a draw against Rotherham United on the opening day but were beaten comprehensively last weekend, going down 5-0 against Swindon Town.
Milton Keynes Dons v Swindon Town
This weekend's Sky Bet League 1 action starts at 12:15pm on Saturday when unbeaten Milton Keynes Dons host Swindon Town live on Sky Sports.
The Dons have drawn on three occasions and triumphed in their other two outings, including a 1-0 success against Sheffield United in their most recent league fixture.
Swindon sit 10th in the table, four places adrift of Karl Robinson's side, having taken seven points from their five games.
Swindon Town players celebrate Alex Pritchard's strike against Queens Park Rangers which secured a 2-0 Capital One Cup
win, days before beating Crewe Alexandra
Preston North End v Oldham Athletic
In Monday's 7:35pm kick-off live on Sky Sports, Preston North End host Oldham Athletic at Deepdale.
The Lilywhites have held the upper hand in this fixture over recent years, losing just one of the last 10 meetings, and will be buoyant having overcome Walsall 3-0 last weekend to end a four-game drawing start to the season.
Lee Johnson's Latics have lost three of their opening five fixtures, most recently by a single goal against Tranmere Rovers, but collected six points from their other two matches.
Rotherham United v Sheffield United
There's a meeting between two South Yorkshire neighbours at the New York Stadium as Rotherham United welcome Sheffield United.
Steve Evans' team have adapted well to life in Sky Bet League 1 after promotion last term, drawing three and winning two of their five games to date.
The Blades make the eight-mile trip on the back of four winless games. Since beating Notts County on the opening day they have picked up just one point, which came from a 1-1 draw with Colchester United.
Tranmere Rovers v Stevenage
Tranmere Rovers ended their search for a first league win of the campaign last weekend and they meet Stevenage who have had an upturn in fortunes of their own.
After just one point from their opening four games, Ronnie Moore's Rovers beat Oldham Athletic 1-0 away from home with an injury-time Ryan Lowe penalty being decisive.
Stevenage lost their first three games of the campaign but have since triumphed 1-0 against Notts County and drew 1-1 with Bradford City in their most recent outing.
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