Accrington Stanley v Chesterfield

Paul Cook takes his Chesterfield side to his former club Accrington Stanley on Saturday in Sky Bet League 2.

Cook's men top the table on 62 points, two clear of Scunthorpe United and Rochdale, and have lost once in nine. They have registered eight wins on the road - the joint-highest in the division.

Stanley have only notched three home victories so far and are once place outside of the bottom two. They have a four-point cushion over Northampton Town, who are in the relegation zone, but they come into this weekend's match after successive defeats.

AFC Wimbledon v York City

AFC Wimbledon host York City with the Wombles winning the past four meetings against the Minstermen.

That sequence of results against their Saturday opponents is amongst an unbeaten run of six meetings, stretching back to 2011 when the pair were in the Conference.

Wimbledon are 12th, while York are 11th, with the clubs separated by a single point. Nigel Worthington's men have the better form with three wins in a five-match undefeated streak. Neal Ardley's hosts have won once and drawn once in their last two, after previously losing four on the spin.

Bristol Rovers v Plymouth Argyle

After three consecutive victories Plymouth Argyle find themselves within touching distance of the Play-Offs and this weekend they visit Bristol Rovers.

John Sheridan's team have overcome Dagenham and Redbridge, Fleetwood Town and Morecambe, scoring 11 and conceding one, to move just two points behind seventh-placed Southend.

Rovers are 18th but have experienced a good run of results of late. They haven't lost since 1st February, with three draws and two wins coming in their most recent five.

Bury v Rochdale

The Sky Sports cameras will be at Gigg Lane on Friday night with Greater Manchester rivals Bury and Rochdale locking horns.

Dale make the short trip knowing that a victory would see them go top of the Sky Bet League 2 table. Keith Hill's men are third, two points off the top, and are unbeaten in five. Bury lost 2-1 at Cheltenham Town last Saturday - their first defeat in seven matches. They are 17th, six points clear of the relegation zone.

This will be the 58th meeting between the two. The Shakers have won 24 encounters compared to Dale's 14, but Friday night's visitors did win 1-0 in the reverse fixture earlier this season and are now unbeaten in their previous four meetings.

Exeter City v Dagenham and Redbridge

Two of the division's out-of-form teams come together with Exeter City facing Dagenham and Redbridge.

Both have only managed one win in their last six, with Exeter losing their most recent three by the odd goal. The Daggers come into the match after two wins and two draws in four.

Wayne Burnett's side have struggled on the road so far with only three victories from 16 away outings, while the Grecians have recorded just four wins from 16 games on their own patch, scoring a meagre 13 goals - the lowest home tally in the division.

Mansfield Town v Newport County

Mansfield Town and Newport County were promoted from the Conference last year and clash at Field Mill this weekend.

While the Stags went up automatically, the Exiles navigated their way through the Play-Offs, and it's the latter that have fared the better in League 2 this term. Going into the final third of the season, Justin Edinburgh's men are 10th, six points off the Play-Offs. Mansfield are 20th, six points above the drop.

Paul Cox's team have the better recent form, though, with two wins, two draws and two defeats coming in their last six. Despite their healthy position, Newport have only won once since Boxing Day.

Morecambe v Southend United

The Shrimps take on the Shrimpers this weekend with Morecambe hosting Southend United at the Globe Arena.

Jim Bentley's side are the division's out-of-form team with no win since a 1-0 Boxing Day triumph against Fleetwood Town. That form has seen them slip to 16th and Bentley has admitted his side are now in the relegation scrap.

Southend are winless in nine and are clinging onto their Play-Off place - they are now only two points ahead of in-form Plymouth.

Oxford United v Burton Albion

Fourth visits fifth this weekend with Burton Albion travelling to Oxford United.

The Brewers overcame Accrington Stanley 2-1 last time out to end a run of four games without a victory. Oxford are three matches without a win following two defeats and a draw.

The U's have seven home wins on the board, while Burton have the same number of away victories. Oxford were 2-0 winners in the reverse fixture and that took their win tally in this encounter to six. Albion have three wins against United, while the other five meetings have ended level.

Portsmouth v Cheltenham Town

Portsmouth and Cheltenham Town come together for just the second time, at Fratton Park on Saturday.

The first meeting between the two, at the start of last September, ended 2-2 with Cheltenham scoring a last-minute equaliser through Jermaine McGlashan.

The tricky winger also impressed last time out for the Robins when they beat Bury 2-1 to move up to 13th. Pompey have strung a few positive results together to move up to 15th. They overcame Accrington 1-0 before drawing 0-0 with leaders Chesterfield last time out.

Scunthorpe United v Northampton Town

It's second against second-bottom at Glanford Park where Scunthorpe United entertain Northampton Town.

The Iron have drawn seven of their past nine outings, including their two most recent matches, amongst a run of 18 games unbeaten. They trail leaders Chesterfield by two points so could move to the summit this weekend.

Chris Wilder's Cobblers are now only four points adrift of safety at the foot after taking seven points from three successive home matches. They have struggled on the road with only three wins from 17, while Scunthorpe have won half of their 16 home games.

Torquay United v Fleetwood Town

Rock-bottom Torquay are up against sixth-placed Fleetwood Town at Plainmoor on Saturday.

The Gulls have lost four of their most recent five, including their last match at Hartlepool United, and trail safety by a mammoth seven points. Fleetwood have lost two and drawn two in four but comfortably remain in the Play-Offs. They are six points behind third-placed Rochdale.

Chris Hargreaves' men possess Sky Bet League 2's worst home form, with only two victories from 16, and have never got the better of Fleetwood. The Cod Army have won two of their three meetings, including in the reverse fixture, which ended 4-1.

Wycombe Wanderers v Hartlepool United

21st-placed Wycombe Wanderers welcome the visit of Play-Off chasing Hartlepool United.

The Chairboys are five points clear of the relegation zone and have the wind in their sails after three draws and two wins in their last five. Hartlepool have suffered only one defeat in six to lie ninth, five points off the top seven.

This will be the 10th meeting between the pair and it's Wycombe who have the upper hand in the head-to-head record with four wins to Hartlepool's three. All four of those victories have come in the four most recent clashes.

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