There’s plenty of Sky Bet League One and Sky Bet League Two action on the way and you don’t have to wait long, as the weekend begins tonight!
Take a look at what’s coming up…
Bolton Wanderers and Crewe Alexandra kick off this weekend’s reduced League One schedule. A Trotters side without a win in five welcome the Alex, who lie bottom of the pile, without a win in nine and searching for an elusive second win, to the University of Bolton Stadium on Friday evening.
Still unbeaten since the opening day, Plymouth Argyle make the trip to Accrington Stanley. An opportunity lends itself to the Pilgrims – whose manager Ryan Lowe scooped the Sky Bet League One Manager of the Month for October – to reclaim top spot from Wigan Athletic - not in action this weekend - whom they trail by a single point.
Four points separate ninth-placed Ipswich Town and Oxford United, who occupy sixth place, but who will come out on top when the Tractor Boys host the U’s?
Elsewhere, Milton Keynes Dons will be looking to break into the Play-Off places when they entertain a Cambridge United side continuing to climb the table, coming into the clash off the back of two wins on the spin.
Tied on 31 points with Rotherham United, third-placed Wycombe Wanderers face Portsmouth. Gareth Ainsworth’s side suffered a 4-1 defeat to Ipswich Town last time out at the beginning of November, ending Wanderers’ perfect home record.
And Sheffield Wednesday host Gillingham in League One, whilst Burton Albion take on Charlton Athletic.
In League Two, Bristol Rovers host Northampton Town in our featured 3pm kick-off. The Cobblers are eyeing a fifth straight win, whilst the Gas are looking to build on an impressive victory over Harrogate Town.
Harrogate, meanwhile, go head-to-head with a Walsall side unbeaten in their last eight. The North Yorkshire visitors, however, have recorded three defeats and one stalemate in their last quartet of outings.
Hartlepool United trail Newport County by goal difference alone, as eighth takes on 10th when the Exiles make the trip to the Suit Direct Stadium. Level on points with Leyton Orient, Harrogate and Sutton United, could one of the two teams break into the top seven this weekend with a victory on the cards?
Elsewhere, could Port Vale knock Forest Green Rovers off their perch when the Valiants trade punches with Bradford City?
At reverse ends of the table, Exeter City will be looking to break into the top three when they take on an Oldham Athletic side hoping to pull away from the bottom two, with the Latics currently occupying 22nd place.
And Carlisle United encounter Barrow in the Cumbrian derby, with eight League places standing between the two teams.