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Sky Bet League Two: Matchday 4 preview

19 August 2016

Following a goal-filled midweek schedule, there's plenty on the horizon in Sky Bet League Two this weekend with all 24 teams in action at 3pm on Saturday.

Exeter City are still to get off the mark and they travel to Accrington Stanley, while table-toppers Luton play Stevenage in the full schedule of games.

Sky Bet League Two – Matchday 4 fixtures

Saturday 20th August 2016

Accrington Stanley v Exeter City
Blackpool v Wycombe Wanderers
Cambridge United v Carlisle United
Cheltenham Town v Doncaster Rovers
Crawley Town v Barnet
Grimsby Town v Leyton Orient
Hartlepool United v Notts County
Newport County v Crewe Alexandra
Plymouth Argyle v Mansfield Town
Portsmouth v Colchester United
Stevenage v Luton Town
Yeovil Town v Morecambe

Match officials: Click here to see who's on duty this weekend

Five facts

1. Exeter have lost their first three league games for the first time since 1994/95.

2. Blackpool have won all of their last five meetings with Wycombe, not losing to the Chairboys since September 1999.

3. This weekend hosts the first ever game between Newport County and Crewe Alexandra.

4. Mansfield Town visit Plymouth Argyle on Saturday, where they haven't won in 11 visits, dating back to September 1978.

5. It took Crawley Town 10 matches to notch two wins last term – they have won two from three prior to Matchday 4 this time around.

From the dugout

Social media

We are just going to leave this here...

— Luton Town FC (@LutonTown) August 17, 2016

INTERVIEW: "We need to stick together," says @jaketaylor25

— Exeter City FC (@OfficialECFC) August 17, 2016

LOAN: @CambridgeUtdFC sign winger Jake Gosling on six month loan from @Official_BRFC -

— Cambridge United FC (@CambridgeUtdFC) August 18, 2016

From the new @EASPORTSFIFA#FIFA17 gameplay trailer - looking good @daRealAkinfenwa & @wwfcofficial!

— EFL (@EFL) August 17, 2016

Boom! @kurtisguthrie11 opened his #ColU account in style! 👀⚽️ Who else enjoyed that?

— Colchester United FC (@ColU_Official) August 17, 2016

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