With the new 2015-16 season in full flow; the Football League returns to cure your midweek boredom with a fresh fix of football as all 24 League Two clubs line-up for matchday three on Tuesday night.
Early league leaders Wycombe Wanderers make the trip to Morecambe tomorrow night in aim of preserving their 100% record so far this season with a third consecutive league win. Garry Thompson scored his first two goals for the club since his summer switch from Bradford City to give the Chairboys a comfortable 2-0 win over newly promoted Barnet over the weekend.
Leyton Orient, who have recorded back-to-back victories against Barnet and Dagenham and Redbridge, return to Brisbane Road to welcome Stevenage, who have failed to register a win so far this term after picking up just the single point.
League Two title favourites Portsmouth travel to Crawley Town on Tuesday night in the hope of maintaining their perfect record so far this season too. Meanwhile Northampton Town and Hartlepool United, the only other two sides to win their opening league games, play Barnet and Newport County respectively.
Cambridge United, who are currently unbeaten after defeating Newport 3-0 and drawing 4-4 at Carlisle on Saturday, visit Kingsmeadow where AFC Wimbledon will be desperate to build upon last weekend’s 2-1 win at Crawley by securing back-to-back wins.
Meanwhile also locked on four points are Mansfield Town after their surprisingly strong start to the 2015-16 season. Firstly Adam Murray’s men drew 1-1 against Carlisle, before palming off Notts County 2-0 on Friday night. Next up for the Stags is Accrington Stanley away tomorrow night.
Oxford United, buoyed by their late revival at Luton Town after salvaging a 2-2 draw with seven minutes remaining, return to the Kassam Stadium to welcome Notts County, who comfortably defeated Stevenage 2-0 in their own backyard on the opening day of the campaign.
The remaining fixtures see bottom of the pile Dagenham and Redbridge host Exeter City, Luton Town play host to last year’s Conference play-off winners Bristol Rovers and Yeovil Town make the long trip up north to York City.
League Two matches:
Accrington Stanley v Mansfield Town
AFC Wimbledon v Cambridge United
Barnet v Northampton Town
Crawley Town v Portsmouth
Dagenham and Redbridge v Exeter City
Hartlepool United v Newport County
Leyton Orient v Stevenage
Luton Town v Bristol Rovers
Morecambe v Wycombe Wanderers
Oxford United v Notts County
Plymouth Argyle v Carlisle United
York City v Yeovil Town