Burton Albion v AFC Wimbledon
Burton Albion moved closer to an automatic promotion place in midweek and now they host AFC Wimbledon.
The Brewers contested a goalless draw with Portsmouth on Tuesday night to remain in fourth, but they are now just one point behind the top three. AFC Wimbledon are 15th and also drew last time out, 1-1 with Chesterfield, and have now won only once in eight matches.
This will be their sixth meeting; both teams have won two of the previous five with one game finishing level. The two matches to take place at the Pirelli Stadium have produced a 3-2 and a 6-2 victory for Burton.
Cheltenham Town v Torquay United
Torquay United have the second worst away record in Sky Bet League 2 this season and they are on the road this weekend with a trip to Cheltenham Town.
The visiting Gulls remain bottom of the table but moved to within seven points of safety following a 2-1 success over promotion hopefuls Rochdale in their last match. That ended a winless run of five games for Chris Hargreaves' side, who have 16 points from 17 away fixtures this term.
Cheltenham are 11th and five points adrift of the Play-Offs following a win and two draws in their most recent three games.
Chesterfield v Oxford United
Sky Bet League 2 leaders Chesterfield host sixth-placed Oxford United in this tasty promotion-chasing clash at the Proact Stadium.
Both teams drew 1-1 in their respective midweek matches, meaning Chesterfield - on 63 points - remain one point clear at the summit while Oxford are six points from the automatic promotion spots. The Spireites are now winless in three; the U's without victory in five.
Paul Cook's Derbyshire team possess the division's second best home record, being defeated only twice in 18 matches, winning nine and drawing seven. On the road, Oxford have also lost just twice, from 17 games, alongside seven victories and eight stalemates, which is the fourth best return.
Dagenham and Redbridge v Morecambe
Dagenham and Redbridge sit side-by-side with Morecambe in the Sky Bet League 2 table ahead of their clash on Saturday afternoon.
The Daggers are the lower-ranked side, in 13th, and have been appalling at home of late. Wayne Burnett's men won seven of their first 11 home matches of the season, the last of which was on New Year's Day, but have since lost three and drawn three.
Morecambe are 12th and one point higher and have a similar record on their travels. Five of their first 10 away fixtures resulted in victory, but the Shrimps have lost four and tied two matches since then.
Fleetwood Town v Portsmouth
Portsmouth make the long trip up to north to face Fleetwood Town in this battle between two coastal clubs.
Pompey, from the South coast, are in 17th having contested three consecutive goalless draws. They have drawn 10 of their 17 away fixtures this campaign, winning two and losing five.
Following back-to-back defeats at the end of February, Graham Alexander has seen his team string together a four match unbeaten run. However, they have only won one of those, drawing three.
Hartlepool United v Bristol Rovers
Bristol Rovers are the division's worst travellers and they go to Hartlepool United.
Rovers, in 16th, have won only once on the road in Sky Bet League 2 this season - 1-0 at Oxford United on 2nd November - drawing seven and losing nine. They have netted just nine times in those 17 fixtures.
Hartlepool are 10th and are one of three teams on 46 points. They have won once in their past five, although four of those games have been away, with the sole success in that time a 3-0 home beating of Torquay.
Newport County v Exeter City
Newport County and Exeter City meet at Rodney Parade on Sunday afternoon.
Justin Edinburgh's hosts have plummeted from eighth to 14th after picking up only two points from their past six games, including a 4-1 hammering by Morecambe on Tuesday. Exeter also lost last time out, 1-0 at home to Northampton, and they are now just three points clear of the relegation zone.
This will be only the second ever clash between the Exiles and Exeter - the first was back in September when Newport won 2-0.
Northampton Town v Mansfield Town
Following that win over Exeter, Northampton Town now take on Mansfield Town for the 68th time.
Mansfield hold the better record in their head-to-head, with 35 victories compared to 22 for the Cobblers, plus 10 draws.
However, it's Northampton who are enjoying the better run of form at present with three wins and two draws in their most recent five matches. They are now just three points away from safety. Mansfield are 18th following one success in four.
Plymouth Argyle v Scunthorpe United
Plymouth Argyle remain in search of a Play-Off spot ahead of their home match against fellow promotion Scunthorpe United.
Argyle have won five of their past seven League 2 outings, most recently a 1-0 success over Wycombe, and are now outside of the top seven by goal difference. The Iron are second and one point off top spot following a draw on Tuesday which took their unbeaten run to a club-record 20 games.
This will be the 28th meeting between these two clubs; the 27 since have proved the teams inseparable with 12 wins each and three draws. Their most recent 10 clashes have produced a home win.
Rochdale v Accrington Stanley
Rochdale have Sky Bet League 2's best home record and they are in action at Spotlands again with Accrington Stanley the visitors.
Third-placed Dale are comfortably the top scorers in the home table, having netted 35 times in 18 outings. They have won 12, drawn two and lost four of those fixtures.
Stanley, in 21st, are four points clear of the relegation places following a victory and a stalemate during the past seven days.
Southend United v Bury
Southend United's stuttering second half of the season continues with Phil Brown's men attempting to turn that form around, starting against Bury.
The Shrimpers are clinging onto the final Play-Off spot after coming from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 with Scunthorpe in the week. However, failure to win that match means Southend are now without a victory in 10 league games and have Plymouth breathing down their necks.
Bury are in 19th and one of three teams on 41 points, four above the drop zone. They were riding a six-game unbeaten run but are now winless in three following a defeat and two draws.
York City v Wycombe Wanderers
York City are also looking to climb above Southend into seventh place and their next assignment is at home to Wycombe Wanderers.
Nigel Worthington's side have registered two consecutive 1-0 away wins, making it 17 points from an unbeaten run of seven matches. They now sit two points adrift of the Play-Offs.
Wycombe are 20th and lost to Plymouth in their last outing. That defeat for Gareth Ainsworth's men came after six games undefeated. The Chairboys are another team on 41 points, four above the relegation spots.
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