With no Premier or Championship matches this weekend due to the international break - it's all eyes on the lower leagues.
Bournemouth look like they'll be without a permanent manager again tomorrow for the visit of Leyton Orient.
The reportedly imminent return of Eddie Howe looks unlikely for now - with his current club Burnley referring to Bournemouth's approach for Howe as unwanted. In a statement the Championship side's Chief Executive Lee Hoos said he's like to stress 'no agreement has been reached and Howe is still Burnley's manager'.
Another boss who's the subject of speculation is Swindon's Paulo Di Canio. He's been linked to the managerial vacancy at Bolton. But, ahead of Swindon's match against Coventry, he's said he's pleased to be linked to such a position - but only because it means he's doing a great job at Swindon.
And also in League One, Crawley Town boss Richie Barker faces his former club Bury. While Pompey manager Michael Appleton has urged his players to bounce back from Tuesday's defeat against Wycombe - as they play Crewe at Fratton Park.
In League Two Gillingham could extend their lead at the top of the table if they can beat Aldershot.
Boss Martin Allen says everyone at the club can feel a 'good vibe' at the moment and a win tomorrow would extend their lead to six points.