Eight of the bottom nine sides in Sky Bet League One meet in a mini-battle towards the wrong end of the table this weekend.Oldham Athletic host bottom club Coventry City, while Bury will leapfrog Swindon Town if they can overcome the Robins.
It's 17th versus 19th when Gillingham and Port Vale do battle at the Priestfield, and Northampton Town host struggling Chesterfield, who sit 23rd.
As for 18th-placed Shrewsbury Town, they go to Scunthorpe United, who are second, while league-leading Sheffield United face a tricky test at Peterborough United as the race for top spot continues.
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Sky Bet League One: Matchday 31 fixtures (3pm kick-off)
Saturday 11th February 2017
AFC Wimbledon v Charlton Athletic
Bolton Wanderers v Walsall
Bristol Rovers v Bradford City
Bury v Swindon Town
Fleetwood Town v Rochdale
Gillingham v Port Vale
Millwall v Southend United
Northampton Town v Chesterfield
Oldham Athletic v Coventry City
Oxford United v Milton Keynes Dons
Peterborough United v Sheffield United
Scunthorpe United v Shrewsbury Town
1. This weekend sees Walsall visit Bolton in a league fixture for the first time since 2000. They lost 4-3 that day, and have lost two EFL Cup ties at the Macron Stadium since.
2. Bristol Rovers hold a dominant head-to-head record over Bradford City, with the Bantams only ever picking up four wins in 23 previous meetings. The spoils were shared when the pair met in September.
3. Fixtures between Bury and Swindon have favoured the visiting side in recent years, with no home team winning any of the last six. The Shakers had lost three in a row at home to the Robins prior to last term's 2-2 draw.
4. Northampton's last victory over Chesterfield came in April 2007, when Simon Cox scored the only goal in a 1-0 victory. Since then, they have drawn three and lost six of their encounters with the Spireites.
5. Scunthorpe have gone 17 games against Shrewsbury without loss, with the Shrews' last win being a 2-1 success in 1998. The Iron have won 12 and drawn five of those meetings.
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