Date: 20th October 2015 at 7:00am
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Teddy Sheringham will return to his old club Portsmouth on Tuesday when he takes his Stevenage side to Fratton Park.

The former England striker spent the 2003/04 season on the south coast but will be hoping to upset his old fans as he goes in search of back-to-back wins for the first time as a manager following Saturday’s much needed 2-1 victory over Wycombe, ending a six-match winless run.

However, they face a side second in the table and with just one defeat to their name so far this term.

In the big game at the top, third placed Oxford United host leaders Plymouth Argyle.

11 August 2015 - Capital One Cup - First Round - Brentford v Oxford United - Johnny Mullins of Oxford United (CL) celebrates scoring the fourth goal - Photo: Marc Atkins / Offside.

Oxford are unbeaten in six outings

The U’s, unbeaten in six, lost a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 at Leyton Orient last time out, whilst Argyle defeated Accrington 1-0 to extend their winning run to four matches.

That draw for Orient saw them remain in the top-seven, and now they face a tough trip to Luton Town.

John Still’s side lost their five-game unbeaten run at Crawley last time out but know the O’s have won just two of their six matches away from Brisbane Road this term.

Fourth placed Mansfield also had an unbeaten streak (four matches) come to an end when they were beaten 2-1 by Bristol Rovers.

The Stags are now looking to bounce back and give themselves a chance of moving into the automatic spots when they travel to a Yeovil side who sit second from bottom, with just two wins from 13 matches.

A place below the Glovers, at the bottom of the table with just six points, is Newport County.

John Sheridan, who’s not won any of his three matches in charge, will be aiming to get County’s revival started when they travel to Wycombe.

The Chairboys are currently eighth after losing their previous two matches but are just a point behind fourth placed Mansfield.

14 May 2015 - Sky Bet League Two - Play-Off Semi-Final 2nd Leg - Wycombe Wanderers v Plymouth Argyle - Gareth Ainsworth, Manager of Wycombe Wanderers - Photo: Marc Atkins / Offside.

Gareth Ainsworth’s Wycombe have lost their last two games

Another eye-catching fixture comes at Sixfields as Northampton, subject of a winding-up petition by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs, host Carlisle.

Despite off field troubles, Town are currently a point outside the top-seven, whilst their visitors occupy the final play-off place.

All League Two Matches:
Accrington vs AFC Wimbledon
Bristol Rovers vs Notts County
Hartlepool vs Barnet
Luton vs Leyton Orient
Morecambe vs Crawley
Northampton vs Carlisle
Oxford vs Plymouth
Portsmouth vs Stevenage
Wycombe vs Newport
Yeovil vs Mansfield
York vs Dagenham & Redbridge
Exeter vs Cambridge (Wed)

 
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