The top three are starting to take shape in League Two after 15 games, with Plymouth Argyle leading the way, having won 11 of their opening outings.

The Pilgrims, who narrowly fought off Colchester United 2-1 on Saturday, are currently four points clear of second-placed Carlisle United, who have yet to taste defeat in the league so far this term.

Doncaster Rovers vs Stalybridge Celtic, FA Cup 1st Round @Doncaster Keepmoat Stadium 7th November 2015.Picture Steve Parkin 07540051171Rovers,s Boss Darren Ferguson

Doncaster boss Ferguson – Photo: Steve Parkin / Offside.

Occupying the final automatic promotion spot is Doncaster Rovers, who are hopeful of sealing an instant return to League One come May, despite Darren Ferguson’s side picking up one point from their last two games.

Meanwhile at the opposite end of the table, Newport County and Leyton Orient sit in the relegation zone, risking their Football League status.

Newport sit rock-bottom and are five points adrift of safety after tasting victory just twice in 14 outings so far this campaign, meanwhile Orient have lost three of their last four matches to see themselves fall into the drop zone.

But with October done and dusted, our very own Phil Slatter names Shoot!‘s League One Player, Manager and Goal of the Month…

Brought to you by Shoot!