AFC Wimbledon v Accrington Stanley

Bottom of the table Accrington Stanley are on the road this weekend in Sky Bet League 2, to AFC Wimbledon's Cherry Red Records Stadium.

James Beattie's men have just two points so far, from draws with Portsmouth and Plymouth, while the Wombles have dropped to 11th after three defeats in their last four.

Accrington have never lost to AFC Wimbledon, triumphing in all four of their meetings, which have all been in League 2.

Burton Albion v Southend United

It's 12th against 14th at the Pirelli Stadium with Burton Albion hosting Southend United.

Both teams were victorious last time out - Burton overcoming Wycombe Wanderers and Southend beating Oxford United - leaving the Brewers the higher of the two on 15 points, one ahead of the Blues.

Burton completed the double over Southend last term, without conceding. The Shrimpers' only victory in the six meetings between the two came in March 2012.

Bury v Morecambe

Bury are winless in five and entertain in-form Morecambe.

Of those five games without a victory, three have ended in defeat for the Shakers, leaving them down in 18th. Jim Bentley's visitors are unbeaten in seven, with five being wins, and the manager signed a new long-term deal this week.

Only one of Bury's five losses so far have come at Gigg Lane and if Morecambe do chalk up three points this Saturday it will be their first success against the Shakers since December 2009.

Jim Bentley
Jim Bentley has guided Morecambe to an unbeaten run of seven games, prompting him to sign a new long-term deal at the club

Dagenham and Redbridge v Cheltenham Town

Cheltenham Town are on the road on Saturday to face Dagenham and Redbridge.

The Robins have only managed one away triumph so far this term and will be up against it at the weekend with the Daggers still unbeaten on home soil.

Wayne Burnett's men are undefeated in five, winning their most recent two, while Cheltenham are down in 22nd with just two wins. The Robins have the worst defensive record in the division with 21 goals conceded.

Exeter City v Hartlepool United

Hartlepool United make the long journey south to take on Exeter City.

After a torrid start, Colin Cooper's Pools have turned their form around and have now lost just one of thier last five in all competitions after overcoming Sheffield United in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy on Tuesday night.

Exeter are flying high in third and have recorded successive victories, against Fleetwood Town and Plymouth. Only Rochdale have picked up more home points in League 2 than the Grecians.

Fleetwood Town v Chesterfield

The stand-out match in Sky Bet League 2 this weekend sees table-toppers Chesterfield visit second-placed Fleetwood.

The Spireites began the season with seven wins and a draw from their first eight but they have lost in their last two outings, against Mansfield Town and Morecambe, despite being 3-0 up against the latter. They were victorious in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy in midweek, beating the Stags 1-0.

Fleetwood also have seven victories on the board, but their other three games have ended in defeat, leaving them a point adrift of the leaders.

Chesterfield players celebrate after scoring the only goal of the game in midweek against Mansfield

Mansfield Town v Bristol Rovers

Fifth-placed Mansfield Town welcome lowly Bristol Rovers.

The Stags have five wins, three draws and two defeats. They were unbeaten since the opening day until Hartlepool recorded a 4-1 victory at Field Mill last Saturday.

Rovers also lost last time out and that extended their winless run to five matches. They haven't been defeated by Mansfield since 2003, seven meetings ago.

Oxford United v Northampton Town

Near-neighbours Oxford United and Northampton Town go head-to-head at the Kassam Stadium.

After two defeats in three, the U's have dropped to fourth in the table. Northampton remain in the relegation zone but registered only their second win of the season at AFC Wimbledon last Saturday.

The home side has triumphed in the last six encounters between the two clubs, with the Cobblers' 3-1 success at the Kassam in 2006 the most recent away victory.

Plymouth Argyle v Portsmouth

Saturday's early kick-off sees Plymouth Argyle host Portsmouth live on Sky Sports.

The clubs met in last season's Capital One Cup, when Argyle ran out 3-0 victors, but this will be the first League encounter between the two since the 1991/92 Division Two campaign.

Two points and two places separate the teams going into the 12:15pm kick-off; Pompey sit the higher, in 16th, with 12 points.

Rochdale v Newport County

Rochdale and Newport County will meet for the first time ever at Spotland on Saturday.

The two sit side-by-side in the League 2 table - eighth-placed Dale being the higher of the two with one more point - but have never crossed swords in any competition before.

Keith Hill's Dale come into the fixture having lost last time out, which brought a four-game winning run to an end, while Justin Edinburgh's Exiles are unbeaten in three and overcame Crawley Town 3-2 in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy in midweek, despite trailing 2-0 early on.

Wycombe Wanderers v Torquay United

Mid-table Wycombe Wanderers face a struggling Torquay United.

The Chairboys have four wins, two draws and four defeats thus far, which leaves them 13th. They were unbeaten in five before losing their last two outings, against Rochdale and Burton.

Torquay have just one three-point haul in their last six and have lost three of their five games away from Plainmoor this term. 

Click here for all the weekend's action