There are some huge games in Sky Bet League Two this weekend! Here's what's coming up...
LINCOLN TO EXTEND LEAD AT THE TOP?
Danny Cowley’s side have been relentless this season losing only four games out of the 35 fixtures they have played so far in Sky Bet League Two.
The Imps entertain Yeovil Town on Friday night looking to record their first-ever EFL double over the Glovers.
Darren Way’s side have won back-to-back league games in the lead up to this win, and could make it three on the bounce for the first time since the opening months of this season.
BURY TO KEEP THE PRESSURE ON?
Hot on Lincoln’s tail are Ryan Lowe’s Bury, the Shakers have won four of their last five League Two fixtures which has seen Lowe nominated for February’s Manager of the Month.
Stevenage will be the team looking to spoil their, near perfect, run in the league, and if they pick up three points, it will be their first league win over Bury since May 2012.
Bury’s Jay O’Shea clearly enjoys playing against the Boro, having been directly involved in four in three EFL starts, scoring three and assisting once
STAGS TO SEE OF VALIANTS?
Mansfield Town currently occupy the last automatic promotion place, and will be looking to strengthen their hold on it with a win over struggling Port Vale.
The Valiants are winless in their last three EFL games against Mansfield, with the Stags winning 4-0 in this exact fixture last time out.
Mansfield boss David Flitcroft has only lost one of his seven previous managerial meetings with Port Vale.
SILKMEN TO UPSTAGE MK DONS?
Macclesfield Town’s fight against relegation continues as they welcome promotion hopefuls MK Dons to Moss Rose.
Sol Campbell will need to rally his side ahead of the game as the Silkmen are winless in their last five games against the Dons.
However, MK Dons have won four consecutive league games, keeping three clean sheets in the process.
AROUND THE GROUNDS
After losing two consecutive games against Exeter City in 2013, Northampton Town have since gone six unbeaten in the league against the Grecians, they go head -to-head at Sixfields Stadium on Saturday.
Tranmere Rovers have broken into the Play-Offs after a run of four wins from five league games, they will be looking for another W on the league form with three points over Crewe Alexandra.
Seventh-placed Forest Green Rovers travel to the Globe Arena to take on Morecambe, meanwhile Carlisle United entertain Richie Wellens’ Swindon Town.
Newport County travel to Colchester United looking for their first away win at the U’s in the EFL since 1972.
Paul Scholes takes his Oldham Athletic side south to face Cambridge United, this is the Latics’ first trip to the Abbey Stadium since 2001.
Elsewhere, Grimsby Town are on the road this weekend travelling to Crawley Town and Cheltenham Town entertain Notts County at Whaddon Road.