Accrington Stanley v Cheltenham Town

Accrington Stanley and Cheltenham Town are both still searching for their first wins of the campaign and they meet in Lancashire on Saturday.

Stanley's only point to date came in a 2-2 draw against Portsmouth in their last home game, while their other two matches have ended in heavy defeats - 4-1 against Newport County and, most recently, 3-0 at Bury.

The Robins, who have made the Play-Offs in the last two seasons, picked up their only point on the opening day against Burton Albion.

AFC Wimbledon v Scunthorpe United

Scunthorpe United remain unbeaten so far after returning to League 2 and this weekend they visit AFC Wimbledon.

The Iron were relegated from League 1 last term but have started with a win, against Mansfield Town, and two draws, against Bristol Rovers and Dagenham and Redbridge.

AFC Wimbledon tasted defeat for the first time last weekend against Exeter City after a draw and a victory in their opening two matches.

Bristol Rovers v York City

John Ward and his Bristol Rovers team will continue their hunt for a first victory of the Sky Bet League 2 campaign when they welcome York City.

Ward's men have lost to both Exeter and Newport County but picked up a point in a 0-0 stalemate with Scunthorpe.

York, have had an indifferent start with one win, one draw, and a defeat to their name. They will certainly take confidence from their performance against Rovers last term, when they chalked up three points courtesy of a 4-1 triumph.

Burton Albion v Bury

Burton Albion have recorded two successive wins and will be buoyant ahead of their home match with Kevin Blackwell's Bury.

The Brewers have had a tough start to the season with matches against Cheltenham Town, Rochdale and Fleetwood Town but have registered seven points from those three games to leave them fifth.

Blackwell's Shakers finally got themselves off the mark last time around by beating Accrington 3-0 and history is certainly on their side against Burton - they have never lost against the Brewers, in five meetings.

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Adam McGurk celebrates scoring Burton's second goal against Fleetwood Town

Chesterfield v Southend United

Southend United have recorded their best start to a season for 23 years but have a tricky game on their hands this weekend, away at Chesterfield.

Phil Brown's men have overcome Plymouth Argyle, Hartlepool United and Northampton Town without conceding a goal, to sit alongside Oxford United at the summit of the Sky Bet League 2 table, ahead of the fourth round of matches.

Their next fixture is a tough one with Chesterfield only two points behind having drawn 2-2 against Rochdale last weekend, following two victories.

Dagenham and Redbridge v Newport County

Newport County manager Justin Edinburgh has declared himself pleased with the Exiles' start to the League 2 season and this weekend they travel to Dagenham and Redbridge.

Edinburgh's men notched three points against both Accrington Stanley and Bristol Rovers, with a defeat to Northampton sandwiched in between, to leave them seventh going into Saturday's match.

The Daggers lost on the first day of the season but have reacted well to record a win against York and a respectable 1-1 draw with Scunthorpe United last time out.

Hartlepool United v Fleetwood Town

Hartlepool United remain without a victory, or even a goal, and this Saturday they entertain Fleetwood Town.

Pools have had a torrid start to the campaign following relegation from League 1 last season and have just a point to their name, coming from a 0-0 draw with York, after the first three matches.

Fleetwood won their first two games comfortably but were brushed aside by Burton last time out to bring their 100 per cent start to an end.

Mansfield Town v Portsmouth

Mansfield Town recorded their first win since returning to The Football League last weekend and now meet Portsmouth.

Ollie Palmer was the hero for the Stags after he netted a 78th-minute winner at Wycombe Wanderers last Saturday to chalk up their first three-point haul of the season.

Pompey will also come into the meeting in high spirits after they thumped Morecambe 3-0 in their last outing.

Morecambe v Exeter City

Morecambe will want to respond to their heavy defeat to Portsmouth when they welcome Exeter City to the Globe Arena.

Although the Shrimps are yet to win in the league, they did beat Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Capital One Cup and manager Jim Bentley will want to draw on that to fill his men with confidence in the build-up to the match with the Grecians.

Exeter remain unbeaten and have conceded just one goal in the three games in which they have registered seven points.

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Morecambe players celebrate their Capital One Cup victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers

Northampton Town v Torquay United

Aidy Boothroyd's Northampton Town have two losses and a win from their first three fixtures and host a Torquay United side who are yet to taste victory this term.

The Cobblers were defeated at Southend last Saturday, two weeks after succumbing to a 1-0 opening day loss at York, but they did beat Newport County 3-1 in their most recent match at Sixfields.

Torquay may still be awaiting their opening victory but their first defeat of the campaign only came last time out, against Oxford, after two draws in their first two fixtures.

Oxford United v Wycombe Wanderers

Oxford United have flown out of the blocks to sit at the top of the Sky Bet League 2 table after three matches and they entertain near-neighbours Wycombe Wanderers.

The U's have won all three of their matches so far, against Portsmouth, Bury and Torquay, scoring nine goals, and will be eager to maintain their place at the summit against the Chairboys.

The visitors won on the opening day - 1-0 against Morecambe - but have since been defeated twice without scoring.

Plymouth Argyle v Rochdale

Plymouth got off the mark last time out, and they take on Rochdale on Saturday.

John Sheridan's team travelled to Cheltenham last weekend following two defeats in their first two games, but recorded an against-the-odds 3-1 victory at Whaddon Road, which will have given them a confidence boost.

Rochdale have one win, a draw and a loss to their name thus far, and have only lost once in their last five visits to Home Park.

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