Accrington Stanley v Dagenham and Redbridge
Accrington Stanley host Dagenham and Redbridge in Friday's Sky Bet League 2 game.
Bottom of the table Stanley are the only side in the league still searching for their first win of the term, but come into the fixture having ended a six-game losing stretch with last weekend's goalless draw with Plymouth Argyle.
The Daggers beat Bury 2-1 in their most recent outing, lifting them to 12th and extending their unbeaten run to four matches.
AFC Wimbledon v Northampton Town
Northampton Town head south on Saturday to meet AFC Wimbledon.
The seventh-placed Wombles fell to a 1-0 defeat against Cheltenham Town last time out but are yet to drop a point on home soil this season, while Aidy Boothroyd's Cobblers are yet to avoid defeat on their travels.
Northampton can take hope from their recent encounters against Wimbledon having won three and drawn the other of their four meetings.
Bristol Rovers v Fleetwood Town
Bristol Rovers are unbeaten at the Memorial Stadium so far and welcome Fleetwood Town.
The Pirates have drawn their last two outings, against Hartlepool United and Southend United, to take their tally to nine points from nine games.
Despite losing to Exeter City last weekend, the Cod Army sit fourth in the table with six wins and three defeats to their name.
Bury v Newport County
Newport County are entertained by Bury.
The Shakers were downed 2-1 by Dagenham last time out, extending their winless run to four games, while Newport won their second match on the bounce, beating Torquay after a victory over Exeter City.
Saturday's meeting will be the first competitive encounter between the sides.
Danny Crow scored the decisive goal in Newport County's 2-1 success over Torquay United last weekend
Exeter City v Plymouth Argyle
In Saturday's early kick-off, Devon rivals Exeter City and Plymouth Argyle meet at St James Park.
The Grecians have opened the campaign with five wins, two draws and two losses which sees them sit sixth in the table, and come into the fixture off the back of a 2-1 success over high-flying Fleetwood.
Plymouth are down in 15th and riding a three-game winless run after two losses was followed by last Saturday's goalless draw with Accrington.
Mansfield Town v Hartlepool United
In-form Mansfield Town host Hartlepool United on Saturday.
The Stags haven't lost since the opening day and have won their last three, against York, Northampton and, most recently, Chesterfield - conceding just once.
Pools have had opposite fortunes since their relegation from Sky Bet League 1. Colin Cooper's side have picked up just one triumph this term meaning they have just three victories in their last 21 competitive League outings.
Morecambe v Chesterfield
Top of the table Chesterfield are in Lancashire where they will meet Morecambe.
Despite sitting at League 2's summit, the Spireites suffered their first loss of the term last Saturday, going down 1-0 against fierce rivals Mansfield. They remain four points ahead of their nearest challengers Oxford.
After starting the campaign without a victory in their opening three games, the ninth-placed Shrimps have gone on to pick up 14 points from their following six matches - including a goalless draw against Northampton in their most recent fixture.
Oxford United v Southend United
Oxford United are four points adrift of Chesterfield, in second, and they are at home to Southend United.
Chris Wilder's men registered a 3-1 triumph over Hartlepool United last weekend, while Southend drew 1-1 with Bristol Rovers to extend their winless run to six consecutive league games.
The two clubs met three times last season. Both sides won their respective home league game without conceding, while in their other encounter, the Shrimpers advanced in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy with a penalty shoot-out success after the match finished 3-3.
Kevan Hurst and his Southend team-mates celebrate scoring the equalising goal in their 1-1 draw with Bristol Rovers
Portsmouth v Rochdale
After four consecutive wins, Rochdale make the trip to the South Coast to take on Portsmouth.
Dale fought off a strong Wycombe comeback in their most recent outing, with three goals in the opening 15 minutes proving enough to secure three points which helped them move up to fifth.
Pompey have taken nine points from their nine fixtures and lost 4-2 at York last Saturday, after a 1-0 home defeat to Fleetwood the week before.
Scunthorpe United v Cheltenham Town
Scunthorpe United are undefeated at Glanford Park this season and entertain Cheltenham Town on Saturday.
The Iron have drawn twice and won their other two league fixtures on home soil, including a 1-0 victory over Plymouth Argyle two weeks ago. They come into Saturday's game having shared the points with Burton last time out.
Cheltenham have had a slow start and sit 19th but overcame AFC Wimbledon 1-0 in their last game through Jamie Cureton's 229th Football League goal.
Torquay United v York City
York City are in Devon on Saturday afternoon to face Torquay United.
Nigel Worthington's side registered their first win since the opening day in their most recent game, beating Portsmouth, while the Gulls were downed 2-1 at Newport.
Torquay hold the recent advantage over the Minstermen having lost just one of the last 11 meetings.
Wycombe Wanderers v Burton Albion
Two sides looking to regain their early-season form meet at Adams Park where Wycombe Wanderers entertain Burton Albion.
Tenth-placed Wycombe are two points shy of breaking into the Play-Off places but are without a win in two matches following a draw with York and a 3-2 loss against Rochdale.
Burton are a further two points adrift and are also amongst a poor run - last weekend's stalemate with Scunthorpe United was their first point in four outings.
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