Date: 7th October 2016 at 12:25pm
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The 2016-17 season continues with the latest round of matches this weekend, which will see us among those having a match in this upcoming schedule with three-points the aim of course.

Previous results

Sat 1 Oct 2016 – League Two
Barnet 0-0 Leyton Orient 15:00
Cambridge 2-1 Accrington 15:00
Carlisle 2-0 Colchester 15:00
Cheltenham 1-1 Luton 15:00
Crawley 1-0 Blackpool 15:00
Crewe 1-1 Mansfield 15:00
Grimsby 0-3 Hartlepool 15:00
Newport P-P Stevenage 15:00
Notts County A-A Morecambe 15:00
Plymouth 4-1 Yeovil 15:00
Portsmouth 1-2 Doncaster 15:00
Wycombe 1-0 Exeter 15:00

What will happen in this one though?

Cast your vote so we know if you think it’ll be all smiles or disappointment come the full time whistle.

Fixtures

Sat 8 Oct 2016 – League Two
Mansfield v Notts County 12:15
Accrington v Cheltenham 15:00
Blackpool v Cambridge 15:00
Colchester v Newport 15:00
Doncaster v Barnet 15:00
Exeter v Grimsby 15:00
Hartlepool v Crawley 15:00
Leyton Orient v Portsmouth 15:00
Luton v Crewe 15:00
Morecambe v Carlisle 15:00
Stevenage v Plymouth 15:00
Yeovil v Wycombe 15:00

Plymouth five-points lead at the top of the League 2 table will be (at least) maintained if they’re able to come away from Stevenage, who will host Argyle just a couple of points outside of the bottom two, with another win.

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The outcomes of Doncaster hosting Barnet at Keepmoat and Carlisle, who look to maintain the only unbeaten record in the division at Morecambe, will determine if these two are able to close the gap or keep them as they are in second and third places.

Luton are another aiming to close the gap when Crewe come to Kenilworth Road with Portsmouth’s back-to-back defeats something they’ll aim to change at Leyton Orient with a Pompey win potentially enough to move them back into the top three.

Newport are unlikely to move out of the bottom two but if they can come away from the Weston Homes Community Stadium with a win against Colchester it would significantly close the gap on those above them, in theory anyway! The U’s on the other hand will want a win to move closer to a promotion challenge.

Exeter’s poor home form is the contributing factor to them dropping into the bottom two, the Grecians play host to a Grimsby side who could move into a play-off place if the Mariners are able to win at St James Park.

That illusive first home win is something Hartlepool will aim to get when Crawley, who could climb into an automatic promotion position with a win (and results going for them), when Pools host the Reds at Victoria Park with a win (albeit unlikely) perhaps moving Craig Hignett’s side into the top seven?

We can say it goes without saying the expectation; most definitely the hope at least, will be for a positive result.

But will this happen? We’ll find out soon enough!

Ahead of the match we’re looking for your views on what way you do think it will go, which obviously requires you to vote in the latest poll in one of the options you’re given.

Don’t just look also have your say!

Not only do we want you to cast your vote (which you do to the right) we’re also looking for your thoughts and views too so do share some of those with your comments below.

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