By Josh Wilde
Looking ahead to tomorrow’s League Two fixtures, Exeter and Stevenage will be hoping to continue their unbeaten league runs against the two newly-promoted sides. Paul Tisdale’s team travel to Forest Green, while Boro are at home to Lincoln.
In the early kick-off Mansfield host Grimsby, with home boss Steve Evans confident his side can overcome their early poor form and turn performances into results.
Swindon manager David Flitcroft will want a response from his side after last Saturday’s 4-1 loss at home to Barnet as they go to Luton.
Elsewhere, Accrington play Carlisle and Barnet host Cambridge.
Notts County will look to maintain their recent good form against Morecambe, while Gary Johnson goes back to his former club as Cheltenham travel to Yeovil.
After their first loss of the season away to league leaders Exeter last time out, Newport face a Wycombe side who have won three of their last four.
Crewe are at home to Chesterfield with the Spireites struggling for form since their demotion from League One.
Coventry host Port Vale, another relegated side hoping for an upturn in fortunes, and Colchester play a resurgent Crawley.
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