Accrington Stanley v Burton Albion
Accrington Stanley will be aiming to get off the foot of the table when they clash with Burton Albion on Saturday in Sky Bet League 2.
Having picked up just one point from their first four games, in a 2-2 draw against Portsmouth, Stanley go into the weekend's fixture sitting bottom of the pile, while Burton are yet to taste defeat, winning two and drawing two.
Gary Rowett's side took four points from the two encounters between the clubs last season - a 1-0 success back in December was followed by a six-goal draw at the Crown Ground in April.
AFC Wimbledon v Fleetwood Town
Two teams who have made steady starts meet at The Cherry Red Records Stadium where AFC Wimbledon host Fleetwood Town.
The Wombles' Chris Arthur scored an 87th-minute winner last time out to earn them a thrilling 3-2 victory over Scunthorpe United but, despite the positive result, Neil Ardley will be concerned that his side have conceded two goals in each of their last two outings, following their 2-0 defeat against Exeter City.
Third-placed Fleetwood's only early season blemish has been a 3-2 loss against Burton but they responded well to beat Hartlepool United 1-0 last Saturday courtesy of a Jeff Hughes goal.
Bristol Rovers v Northampton Town
Last season's beaten Play-Off Finalists Northampton Town have struggled to get going this term and they meet Bristol Rovers at Memorial Stadium.
The Cobblers have registered just one win - a 3-1 success against Newport County in their second game of the campaign - amongst three defeats to start this campaign, losing a lead at home against Torquay United in their most recent match.
Rovers registered their first three-point haul last Saturday, beating York City 3-2 courtesy of David Clarkson's brace and a John-Joe O'Toole winner, to follow a draw and two defeats.
Bury v Cheltenham Town
Cheltenham Town notched their first win of the term last time out and they travel north to Gigg Lane this weekend to face Bury.
Jason Taylor scored the decisive goal for the Robins against Accrington Stanley and that 1-0 win came after they picked up a single point from their first three matches.
The Shakers beat Stanley two weeks ago for their first victory, and shared the spoils with Burton last weekend to leave them on four points.
Jason Taylor was the scorer of Cheltenham Town's goal in their 1-0 win over Accrington Stanley
Exeter City v York City
York City have failed to pick up a victory since the first day and they are entertained by Exeter City at St James Park.
The Minstermen beat Northampton to open the campaign on the front foot but have since had a goalless draw against Hartlepool and defeats to Dagenham and Redbridge and, most recently, Bristol Rovers.
Seven points from a possible 12 sees the Grecians come into this game inside the Play-Off places but their first defeat came last weekend, a 2-0 loss at Morecambe.
Mansfield Town v Dagenham and Redbridge
Two sides with five points each on the board go head-to-head as Mansfield Town welcome Dagenham and Redbridge.
The Stags have adjusted well to life back in The Football League. Paul Cox's side took an early hit, being defeated by Scunthorpe United on the opening day, but have since gone on to register draws either side of a 1-0 win over Wycombe Wanderers.
The Daggers also lost their first match of the campaign but responded well to beat York before 1-1 draws with Scunthorpe and Newport.
Morecambe v Plymouth Argyle
Plymouth are the only League 2 team to win their last two games and they are on their travels this weekend to Morecambe.
After failing to get a point, or score a goal, in their first two games of the season John Sheridan's men have turned their fortunes around, beating Cheltenham and Rochdale in the past two weeks.
Morecambe finally got a win under their belts last weekend, seeing off Exeter City 2-0, after drawing one and losing their other two league games.
Oxford United v Rochdale
Oxford are Sky Bet League 2's early pace-setters and they will be aiming to maintain top spot when Rochdale visit the Kassam Stadium on Saturday.
Chris Wilder's team dropped their first points of the campaign last Saturday, drawing 2-2 with Wycombe, but still top the table having won their previous three.
After beating Hartlepool United 3-0 to open the term, Rochdale have since lost twice - most recently against Plymouth 1-0 - and drew once.
Oxford United celebrate with Johnny Mullins after he scored a last-gasp equaliser against Wycombe Wanderers
Portsmouth v Chesterfield
Level with Oxford on 10 points at the top of the table is Chesterfield and they are entertained by Portsmouth.
The undefeated Spireites have dropped points just once so far, in a 2-2 draw with Rochdale two weeks ago, while Portsmouth fell to a 4-1 defeat against Oxford in the season-opener but have since registered two draws either side of 3-0 triumph over Morecambe.
The two sides have not met since 1983 and Pompey hold the historical advantage with seven wins compared to Chesterfield's four.
Scunthorpe United v Newport County
Newport have started their first season back in The Football League positively and they meet Scunthorpe United at Glanford Park.
Justin Edinburgh's side have overcome Accrington Stanley and Bristol Rovers already this term accompanied by a 1-1 draw against Dagenham last time out.
The Iron have struggled in recent weeks, drawing twice and losing 3-2 against AFC Wimbledon in their most recent outing since beating Mansfield on the opening day.
Torquay United v Hartlepool United
Torquay United host lowly Hartlepool United at Plainmoor after picking up their first win last week.
The Gulls fought back from a one-goal deficit with two Jordan Chapell strikes in six second-half minutes to overcome Northampton Town 2-1.
Since relegation from Sky Bet League 1 last term, Hartlepool United have struggled to find their feet in League 2 and have just a point to their name so far without hitting the net.
Wycombe Wanderers v Southend United
Southend United's 100 per cent record came to an end last weekend and they are hosted by Wycombe at Adams Park on Saturday.
Phil Brown's team lost 2-1 against Chesterfield after registering three consecutive victories, while the Chairboys have failed to win since beating Morecambe on the first day of the season.
The Blues hold a strong advantage over Wycombe in recent encounters, falling to defeat just once in the last seven meetings against their opponents.
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