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Sky Bet League One: Matchday 7 preview

9 September 2016

It's all happening at 3pm on Saturday in Sky Bet League One as 24 sides take to the field to do battle.

Current leaders Bolton Wanderers welcome Milton Keynes Dons to the Macron Stadium, knowing a win could move them five points clear at the summit.

Oxford and Swindon fans have waited four years to taste a local derby in a league game, and this weekend the two sides lock horns at the Kassam Stadium.

Sky Bet League One - Matchday 7 fixtures (3pm kick-off unless stated)

Saturday 10th September 2016

AFC Wimbledon v Sheffield United
Bolton Wanderers v MK Dons
Bristol Rovers v Rochdale
Bury v Shrewsbury Town
Fleetwood Town v Charlton Athletic
Gillingham v Bradford City
Millwall v Coventry City
Northampton Town v Walsall
Oldham Athletic v Chesterfield
Oxford United v Swindon Town
Peterborough United v Port Vale   
Scunthorpe United v Southend United

Match officials: Click here to see who's on duty in Sky Bet League One

Five Facts:

1. Charlton and Fleetwood will be meeting for the first time in history.

2. The derby game between Oxford United and Swindon Town hasn’t produced a draw since 1995. Oxford have won the previous five encounters.

3. Northampton and Walsall sit at 30 league wins a piece against each other. Walsall won the last two matches between the teams, in the 2008/2009 season.

4. Rochdale and Coventry City are side-by-side at the foot of League One, with both still in search of their first wins of the season. The last time Rochdale started a season this badly, it took them until their eighth game to get their first victory.

5. Southend have not defeated Scunthorpe at Glanford Park since 1977.

From the dugout







Social Media

Shorts drying off in the sunshine pitchside ahead of Saturday's game against Sheff United! #AFCWpic.twitter.com/N1iWlHPSjW

— AFC Wimbledon (@AFCWimbledon) September 8, 2016

RISE: In 2007, Saturday's opponents Charlton were in the Premier League, we finished eighth in the Northern Premier League. #codarmy

— Fleetwood Town FC (@ftfc) September 8, 2016

George Baldock says #mkdons need to stand up and be counted: https://t.co/k2Wm6r4D8vpic.twitter.com/lYUxjX1Wkj

— MK Dons FC (@MKDonsFC) September 8, 2016

ICYMI | @DarnellFurlong on life at SN1 and Oxford this weekend. https://t.co/Vo2HIl3lmy ⚽️⚽️🔴⚪️ pic.twitter.com/2wg5cRKbJL

— Swindon Town FC (@Official_STFC) September 8, 2016

🎥 NEW FEATURE! Amadou Bakayoko steps up to stake his claim as the King of the Kick Ups

4 balls. 1 attempthttps://t.co/cs98xb0U6J

— Walsall FC Official (@WFCOfficial) September 8, 2016

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