We interview Torquay manager Chris Hargreaves ahead of their League Two clash with Burton. He told us the Gulls had "no excuses"
Exeter City picked up their first three points of the year, but there were defeats for Plymouth Argyle and Torquay United.
Argyle won 2-0 at Northampton; A late goal earned Exeter City a point; Yeovil Town lost 2-1 to Leeds, while Torquay's match was postponed.
Yeovil Town could move out of the Championship relegation zone if they can beat Sheffield Wednesday at Huish Park.
In League Two, free-scoring Plymouth Argyle have the chance to climb into the play-off places if they can win at Bristol Rovers.
Exeter City have been dreadful at home so get the chance to put that right against Dagenham and Redbridge.
And Torquay United are letting all accompanied children aged 12 and under in for free in an attempt to boost the atmosphere for their massive match against Fleetwood.
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- LEAGUE TWO
In football tonight, Torquay United continue their battle against relegation from League Two when they host Burton at Plainmoor. Exeter City are also at home, playing Wycombe, while Plymouth Argyle face the long trip to Fleetwood.
An appeal has gone out for volunteers to take part in a new musical that'll tell the story of the first match between Exeter and Brazil that took place in 1914.
The original game between the Grecians and what many people regard as the world's best football side was Brazil's first ever international game. The musical is being staged as part of the centenary celebrations, which also include a rematch in Rio.
As well as a host of parts the Director needs young men to play the footballers of Exeter City. Auditions begin on Tuesday 18th February at The Northcott Theatre main stage at 7pm followed on the 19th at St James Park at 7pm and then on the 20th at the University of Exeter at 7pm.
With the way the weather has been over the last few weeks, it becomes a major task making sure football games go ahead.
Yeovil's championship match at Huish Park with Millwall has beaten the weather and for the first time since 4 January, fans can watch Torquay United in action. Jeff Welch reports from Plainmoor ahead of tonight's game against Northampton.