Plymouth Argyle are 12 games unbeaten and host Colchester United, who are winless in seven outings, on Matchday 15.The Sky Bet League Two leaders are followed by Carlisle, the only team in the EFL without defeat, and Keith Curle's side entertain Crawley as they seek to extend the run to 15 matches.
It's sixth against fourth as Notts County take on Luton at Meadow Lane, while Graham Westley and Newport travel to Accrington looking for his first triumph since taking over as Exiles boss.
Sky Bet League Two: Matchday 15 fixtures (all 3pm kick-off)
Saturday 29th October 2016
Accrington Stanley v Newport County
Barnet v Hartlepool United
Cambridge United v Portsmouth
Carlisle United v Crawley Town
Cheltenham Town v Blackpool
Doncaster Rovers v Wycombe Wanderers
Leyton Orient v Crewe Alexandra
Mansfield Town v Stevenage
Morecambe v Exeter City
Notts County v Luton Town
Plymouth Argyle v Colchester United
Yeovil Town v Grimsby Town
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1. Cambridge have won just one of their 16 meetings with Portsmouth, and that came in March 1978. The U's have failed to take maximum points in any of the 14 clashes since.
2. Cheltenham and Blackpool meet in the EFL for the first time since 2006/07, when the Seasiders won both games 2-1. That was also the scoreline in August, when Gary Bowyer led his team to a Checkatrade Trophy win over the Robins.
3. Doncaster and Wycombe have met just three times in their history. The Chairboys did the double in 1993/94 on their way to promotion, before edging past Rovers on penalties in their only other encounter, a 2006 EFL Cup tie.
4. Colchester, winless in seven, face Plymouth, unbeaten in 12, and are on a barren run against the Pilgrims. Their last win came in the 1995/96 season, but Plymouth had the final say by defeating them over two Play-Off legs. The U's haven't won in the 10 EFL meetings since.
5. Yeovil and Grimsby have only shared one season in the EFL, the 2004/05 campaign. Both games finished 2-1 to the home team, and current Glovers boss Darren Way played in both.
From the dugout
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