Yeovil Town v Colchester United
Yeovil desperately need to end their six game losing streak when they entertain Colchester at Huish Park on Saturday.
GozieUgwu and Lewis Young have both been ruled out after picking up injuries in their midweek defeat to Portsmouth. Gary Johnson will be able to call upon midfielder, Ed Upson, who returns from a one-match suspension and on loan striker, Paddy Madden, could make his debut.
Colchester are unlikely to make any changes following back to back wins against Hartlepool and Swindon. Goalkeeper, Mark Cousins, should play through the pain barrier after he dislocated his finger last weekend.
Exeter City v Port Vale
St James’ Park will play host to a promotion battle as fourth placed Exeter take on second placed Port Vale.
After back-to-back defeats, Exeter got back to winning ways at Barnet in midweek but free scoring Port Vale will be a sterner test once again. City need to make home advantage count.
Scott Bennett is the only player out injured for the Grecians while Port Vale have a clean bill of health.
Wycombe v Torquay United**
Torquay turned around a three-nil deficit to win Tuesday night - the sort of comeback that galvanises a team and gets the confidence flowing.
Powerful front man, Rene Howe, has been voted Torquay player of the month and the Gulls will hope that he can continue his form at lowly Wycombe.
Both sides have a few injuries. Matt McClure and Matt Bloomfield are unlikely to feature but Nikki Bull and Matt Ingram are definitely out. Torquay United may be boosted by the return of Damon Lathrope after a lengthy lay-off but Craig Easton and Ian Morris will stay at home.
Plymouth Argyle v Wimbledon
Argyle managed to salvage a draw at Wycombe on Tuesday and now get to measure themselves against another of League Two's struggling clubs, AFC Wimbledon.
On-loan forwards Alex MacDonald and Guy Madjo now seem likely to extend their stays at Home Park for another month so this won't be their last outing for the Pilgrims.
Carl Fletcher has relatively few injury concerns. Durrell Berry is set to return at the right side of defence for Argyle after completing his one-match suspension.