Date: 26th September 2016 at 5:53pm
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The 2016-17 season continues with the latest round of matches this midweek, which will see us among those having a match in this upcoming schedule with three-points the aim of course.

Previous results

Sat 24 Sep 2016 – League Two
Mansfield 0-1 Grimsby 12:15
Carlisle 1-0 Wycombe 15:00
Colchester 1-2 Accrington 15:00
Crewe 1-1 Blackpool 15:00
Luton 3-1 Doncaster 15:00
Morecambe 2-3 Crawley 15:00
Newport 1-2 Cambridge 15:00
Notts County 3-1 Leyton Orient 15:00
Plymouth 1-1 Hartlepool 15:00
Portsmouth 5-1 Barnet 15:00
Stevenage 0-2 Exeter 15:00
Yeovil 4-2 Cheltenham 15:00

What will happen in this one though?

Cast your vote so we know if you think it’ll be all smiles or disappointment come the full time whistle.

Fixtures

Tue 27 Sep 2016 – League Two
Accrington v Mansfield 19:45
Blackpool v Portsmouth 19:45
Cambridge v Yeovil 19:45
Cheltenham v Stevenage 19:45
Crawley v Colchester 19:45
Doncaster v Carlisle 19:45
Exeter v Notts County 19:45
Grimsby v Newport 19:45
Hartlepool v Luton 19:45
Leyton Orient v Plymouth 19:45
Wycombe v Crewe 19:45
Barnet v Morecambe 20:00

Plymouth were looking for seven wins in a row against Hartlepool, rescuing a point in a one-all draw at Home Park with a match at Leyton Orient coming for the leaders.

After a five-one win over Barnet at Fratton Park on Saturday second place Portsmouth head to Blackpool for a match at Bloomfield Road on Tuesday looking to (at least) maintain that position.

Yeovil’s poor run of form has been turned around with a four-two win over former boss Gary Johnson’s Cheltenham on Saturday seeing the Glovers looking for the points again at Cambridge, who won at Newport at the weekend.

Among the favourites to go up this season, and make an instant return to League 1, are Colchester but they head to Crawley having lost at the Weston Homes Community Stadium on Saturday when Accrington went away with a two-one win.

Few can boast the sort of run of league record (at any level) Carlisle do with them keeping that up with a win against Wycombe at the weekend with Doncaster, beaten at Luton, playing host to Keith Curle’s side at the Keepmoat Stadium.

We can say it goes without saying the expectation; most definitely the hope at least, will be for a positive result.

But will this happen? We’ll find out soon enough!

Ahead of the match we’re looking for your views on what way you do think it will go, which obviously requires you to vote in the latest poll in one of the options you’re given.

Don’t just look also have your say!

Not only do we want you to cast your vote (which you do to the right) we’re also looking for your thoughts and views too so do share some of those with your comments below.

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