Chesterfield v Mansfield Town
Leaders Chesterfield have opened up a four-point gap at the top of Sky Bet League 2 and host Mansfield Town on Saturday.
The Spireites were 1-0 victors against Oxford United last time out - their fifth successive win - and that means they are now the only unbeaten team in the division, with 22 points collected from eight matches.
Mansfield are fifth. The Stags are unbeaten since the opening day and overcame Northampton Town 3-0 in their most recent encounter.
Burton Albion v Scunthorpe United
Burton Albion have lost three games on the bounce and meet Scunthorpe United.
The Brewers were unbeaten after the first five matches but have lost to Oxford, Portsmouth and AFC Wimbledon over recent weeks.
Scunthorpe drew four of their first six but have won their most recent two matches - against Southend United and Plymouth Argyle - to lie 10th on 13 points.
Cheltenham Town v AFC Wimbledon
Cheltenham Town's poor start has continued and next up for Mark Yates' men is high-flying AFC Wimbledon.
The Robins made the Play-Offs last term but sit 21st, with six points to date coming from three draws and a solitary victory.
Neal Ardley's Wombles are third and, after a 2-0 defeat to Chesterfield, they improved to beat Burton 3-1 last weekend, but they have lost their two most recent meetings with Cheltenham.
Dagenham and Redbridge v Bury
Dagenham and Redbridge and Bury have both had indifferent starts to the season and go head-to-head at the weekend.
The Daggers are unbeaten at home and lie 13th with 10 points, while Kevin Blackwell's Shakers are two points behind, in 18th, and are without a win in their last three.
Bury have managed just one point from their four away games so far and haven't got the better of Dagenham since October 2008.
Rhys Murphy scored an injury-time equaliser in Dagenham and Redbridge's 2-2 draw against Morecambe last weekend
Fleetwood Town v Exeter City
Fleetwood Town are up to second and entertain Exeter City.
The Cod Army have won their last three games, including a 1-0 success against Portsmouth last time out, and that sees them four points adrift of leaders Chesterfield.
Paul Tisdale's Grecians were defeated for the first time in four last weekend, losing 2-0 to Newport County.
These two teams have only ever met twice, with both games ending level.
Hartlepool United v Oxford United
Oxford United are down to fourth after their defeat to Chesterfield and now visit Hartlepool United.
The narrow 1-0 defeat to the Spireites was Chris Wilder's team's first loss of the season, following four wins and three draws in their opening seven.
After getting their opening win of the season against Accrington Stanley two weeks ago, Pools drew with Bristol Rovers last Saturday.
Newport County v Torquay United
Newport County and Torquay United meet for just the second time on Saturday.
The only other clash between the two clubs came in the 2007/08 FA Trophy and the Gulls were 2-1 winners on that day.
Newport come into the weekend's match sitting 11th after three wins, three draws and two defeats. Torquay are 16th with a record of two wins, three draws and three losses.
Newport County overcame Exeter City 2-0 last weekend with a first-half strike and a 70th-minute Harry Worley goal
Northampton Town v Morecambe
Northampton Town's torrid start to the campaign has continued and they host Morecambe, who are unbeaten in five.
The Cobblers slipped into the bottom two last weekend after a 3-0 defeat to Mansfield extended their winless run to six, with five of those games ending in defeat.
Morecambe started slowly by failing to win any of their opening three games but they have since won four and drawn once, with the stalemate coming last Saturday against Dagenham.
Plymouth Argyle v Accrington Stanley
Bottom of the table Accrington Stanley visit Plymouth Argyle.
Seven of Accrington's opening eight matches have ended in defeat, including all four of their games on the road, and they haven't got the better of Plymouth since 1959.
Argyle have three wins and five losses - two of those defeats have come in their last two outings, against Wycombe Wanderers and Scunthorpe United.
Rochdale v Wycombe Wanderers
Wycombe are on the road to Rochdale this weekend.
The victory against Plymouth came before the Chairboys' draw with York City last time out, and that extended their undefeated run to five games.
Rochdale are level on points and just a place behind Wycombe, in seventh. They have won their last three matches on the spin and did the double over the Adams Park outfit last term.
Southend United v Bristol Rovers
In Friday's Sky Bet League 2 match, Southend United welcome Bristol Rovers to Roots Hall.
Southend halted a run of four defeats on the bounce by drawing with Bury last weekend, while Rovers also halted successive losses by sharing the points with Hartlepool.
The Pirates only managed to take a solitary point from Southend last term and come into this fixture having lost all four of their away games so far.
York City v Portsmouth
York City remain without a win since the opening day and host Portsmouth in the first meeting between the two clubs since February 1980.
The Minstermen haven't tasted victory since a 1-0 home triumph against Northampton Town on the season's first day - drawing two and losing their other five - but beat Pompey by a goal to nil in the 1980 Division Four clash.
Guy Whittingham's side have been somewhat inconsistent so far this term with two wins, three draws and three defeats.
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