League Two preview
Promotion hopefuls meet relegation candidates in League Two this weekend as leaders Swindon aim to make it 13 wins from 14 games.
Last Updated: 16/03/12 1:12pm
Promotion hopefuls meet relegation candidates in League Two this weekend as leaders Swindon Town aim to make it 13 wins from 14 games.
Crewe Alexandra's thrilling victory at Gillingham last weekend kept their play-off hopes alive, but they face another tricky test when table-topping Swindon visit Gresty Road.
Torquay United have risen to second spot in the standings and face a Burton Albion side whose manager Paul Peschisolido's position has come in for scrutiny in recent weeks.
Shrewsbury Town occupy the final automatic promotion position, largely on the back of an impressive home record, and Graham Turner's men have an away date at second-bottom Plymouth Argyle this weekend.
Richard O'Kelly will take charge of his first home game as Hereford United manager on Saturday when the strugglers entertain fourth-placed Southend United at Edgar Street.
Cheltenham Town dropped out of the top three last weekend after losing at Swindon and will aim to get back on track at home to play-off hopefuls Gillingham.
Bottom club Dagenham & Redbridge will still be in the bottom two at the end of the weekend, but will hope to be just a point from safety by beating fellow strugglers Macclesfield Town at home.
Northampton Town's survival prospects have been boosted by three successive wins and the Cobblers will aim to make it four in a row at Accrington Stanley.
Barnet are not yet out of danger despite last week's win at Port Vale and Lawrie Sanchez's side are at home to Morecambe this weekend.
Bradford City are also not out of the relegation woods and have lost their last two away games ahead of the trip to Aldershot Town.
Port Vale were docked 10 points for going into administration last week and are away to a Crawley Town side without a win in seven league games.
Oxford United are hanging on to the final play-off position and will face a Rotherham United outfit who cannot afford to lose at the Kassam Stadium in order to stay in the race for a top-seven finish.
Bristol Rovers and AFC Wimbledon have both been climbing towards safety in recent weeks and the two teams meet at the Memorial Stadium.