Accrington Stanley v Wycombe Wanderers
After two wins on the trot and unbeaten in four games, you could be forgiven for not recognising Accrington Stanley as the side who prop up Sky Bet League 2.
James Beattie's men could escape the relegation zone with a win over 12th placed Wycombe Wanderers, who had won three from three prior to the 2-1 loss at home to Bury last week.
Burton Albion v Morecambe
With three wins from their last three outings, Burton Albion will have their sights set on the top of the table, sitting just two points off the lead in fifth.
Gary Rowett's side haven't conceded in that time either and will look to stop a Morecambe team that could move in to the automatic promotion places with a win at the Pirelli Stadium.
The Shrimps haven't won in three though, with their last victory coming at Bury on 12th October.
Bury v Torquay United
Two of the league's bottom five meet at Gigg Lane as 20th Bury entertain 22nd Torquay United.
The Shakers have won only once in nine league matches, but that came last week at the hands of Wycombe.
The Gulls haven't won since 21st September, since then they have lost four and drew six matches.
William Edjenguele gave Ronnie Jepson his first win as caretaker manager of Bury last weekend when they beat Wycombe 2-1. Jepson was the scorer the last time Bury beat the Chairboys - 17 years ago
Cheltenham Town v York City
Cheltenham Town have the unenviable title of the league's leakiest defence going in to this game with York City, who sit directly below Town in the table.
The Robins have picked up their form of late, winning three of their last six and taking a point at Northampton Town last week.
The Minstermen have won just once on their travels this season, the 3-0 win at Torquay last month, but will be boosted by last week's 4-1 win over Scunthorpe United.
Chesterfield v Scunthorpe United
Out-of-form Chesterfield will be looking to pick up a first win in seven games as they welcome Scunthorpe to the Proact Stadium.
The early season pace-setters have been out of sorts of late but are still only a point off top-spot.
Low-scoring Iron could also be top at full-time, though they suffered a surprise 4-1 reverse at York in midweek.
Fleetwood Town v Newport County
Two points and four places separate third-placed Fleetwood and seventh-placed Newport County going in to this showdown at Highbury.
The Cod Army beat York 2-0 last week to record a first win in four, and they are favourites to come out on top against a Newport side who have registered only one win away from home.
County have lost only twice on their travels however, and will fancy taking something from the game, having lost just once in seven in the league.
Hartlepool United v Dagenham & Redbridge
Resurgent Hartlepool were the division's form team until a 1-0 defeat at Scunthorpe last time out pegged them back.
Winning four in a row before that however has left Colin Cooper's side in 14th as they face ninth in the table Dagenham & Redbridge.
The Daggers have won their last two and have only lost one of their seven home games so far this term.
Oxford United v Bristol Rovers
Visiting Rovers will have to conjure up something special to get past top of the table Oxford as League 2's joint-second lowest scorers take on the joint-meanest defence.
The home side haven't conceded a league goal for nearly a month and are unbeaten in four.
Rovers on the other hand are on a miserable run which has seen them go nine games without a win, a sequence that sees them hover dangerously close to the relegation zone in 21st.
Tom Lockyer was the man on target the last time Rovers won a match - with his first senior goal - against Northampton Town back in August
Plymouth Argyle v Northampton Town
A 1-0 win over Mansfield last time out provided Pilgrims manager John Sheridan with a first three-point haul since 7th September and ensured his side moved five points clear of Saturday's visitors Northampton Town.
The Cobblers took a point from their game against Cheltenham last week but still occupy a relegation spot after just two wins so far this season. Their one and only win on the road came at the start of October when they won at AFC Wimbledon.
Portsmouth v Exeter City
A run of four games without defeat will give Pompey plenty of encouragement ahead of the visit of fifth placed Exeter.
A 1-0 defeat to Burton last week meant the Grecians missed their chance to move to the top of the table, but Paul Tisdale will still be happy with his side's 24-point haul so far.
Pompey have won three and lost three at Fratton Park this season and will be looking to tip the balance in their favour with a win.
Rochdale v AFC Wimbledon
Only goal difference keeps Rochdale off the top of Sky Bet League 2 and they will be favourites to triumph over mid-table AFC Wimbledon at home.
Seven wins from nine mean Keith Hill's Dale are top of the form book, while they are yet to lose at Spotland, having won six out of seven in front of their own fans.
The Dons' sole away victory this season came at York in early September, and they are without a win in six matches now, having lost four times in that period.
Southend United v Mansfield Town
Just a point separates these two sides as they prepare for battle under the Friday night lights, with both looking to put previous results behind them.
The Shrimpers went down 3-1 at Newport County last time out following defeat at home to Dagenham & Redbridge, and need to return to the form that had seen them lose only once in six if they are to push towards a Play-Off spot.
Paul Cox's Stags have fallen away from the top seven after a winless run of six matches, though three of those have been stalemates.
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