Yeovil Town are hoping to improve their chances of making the play offs.
The Glovers are hosting Shrewsbury at Huish Park tomorrow with League One's top scorer Paddy Madden looking to add to his tally of 22 goals so far. They'll be marking their tenth anniversary of their entry into the Football League. Manager Gary Johnson believes it's possible to make the next step.
Plymouth Argyle fans have been taking the chance to view the clubs' multi million pound redevelopment plans.
James Brent wants to build a new grandstand at home park as well as an ice rink, IMAX cinema, restaurants and hotel. He's asking local people what they think of the proposals before the plans are submitted to the council. If the scheme gets the go ahead work could start in the autumn.
And in football tonight, Exeter City travelled to Bristol Rovers in the NPower league Two.
It ended 2 - 0 to Rovers, courtesy of goals from midfielder Oliver Norburn and defender Lee Brown.
It means Bristol Rovers, who were bottom at Christmas, move up to 15th in the table, while play-off hopefuls Exeter remain sixth.
Plymouth Argyle's on loan winger Jason Banton has been offered a new contract by his club Crystal Palace.
Banton has been with the Pilgrims since the start of February, and his one month loan is due to end after Saturday's visit of Barnet. But his 3 goals for Argyle have been noticed by the club's former manager Ian Holloway, who is now boss at Selhurst Park and has offered the 20 year old a new deal.
Torquay United were in action tonight in League Two. The Gulls lost one-nil away to Aldershot, after a goal in the eighty-third minute.
In this afternoons Championship match, Cornish Pirates lost at home 17-20 to London Scottish.
Saracens 31 - 11 Exeter Chiefs
Plymouth Albion 27 - 28 Bedford
In tonight's football, Exeter City played host to Accrington Stanley in a game scheduled for Friday night instead of Saturday afternoon to attract a wider range of fans.
It certainly went the Grecians' way at St James Park. It was goalless until the 79th minute but two goals in quick succession from Jimmy Keohane gave them a 2-0 win and a welcome boost to their promotion campaign.
People taking part in this year's Plymouth Half Marathon will find there is a new route this year. Organisers say they have come up with a course that improves the run while speeding up access into the east of the city.
It will still start on the Hoe and is due to take place on Sunday April 28th - slightly earlier than usual.
For more information and to see the route in detail, click here.