The international break means there is just seven matches to be played in League One this weekend.
All matches kick off on Saturday 13th November at 3pm unless stated.
Bolton (16th) vs Crewe (24th) - Friday at 8pm
Bolton's form - LLLDL
Crewe’s form - LLLLD
Top Scorers: Afolayan (7); Mandron (3)
Ipswich (9th) vs Oxford (6th)
Ipswich’s form - DWWLW
Oxford’s form - WLWWW
Top Scorers: Bonne (11); Henry & Taylor (6)
Accrington (12th) vs Plymouth (2nd)
Accrington’s form - WLWDD
Plymouth’s form - WWWDW
Top Scorers: Pell (5); Hardie (8)
MK Dons (7th) vs Cambridge (2nd)
MK Dons' form - LLWLW
Cambridge’s form - DLDWW
Top Scorers: Twine (6); Ironside (7)
Sheffield Wednesday (8th) vs Gillingham (19th)
Sheffield Wednesday’s form - DDDDW
Gillingham's form - LLWDD
Top Scorers: Gregory (6); Oliver (5)
Wycombe (4th) vs Portsmouth (14th)
Wycombe’s form - WDWDL
Portsmouth’s form - LLDWD
Top Scorers: McCleary (5); Harness (5)
Burton (11th) vs Charlton (18th)
Burton’s form - LWWLL
Charlton’s form - LLWWD
Top Scorers: O'Connor (4); Stockley (6)
After a slow start Ipswich have begun to find form and are climbing up the table. Striker Macauley Bonne has hit the back of the net 11 times this season making him the division's joint top goal scorer alongside Rotherham's Michael Smith. Bonne has scored 7.50 or above on seven separate occasions this season. It will be tough for him on Saturday against Oxford as they have one of the best defences in the league.
Wycombe are hoping to bounce straight back to the Championship after being relegated last season. Gareth McCleary is the side's top scorer with five goals and the Chairboys are sharing the goal getting burden across the whole team. However, the winger has been one of the standout performers in League One and with an average rating of 6.96, McCleary is the fifth highest rated player in the league and showing age is just a number at 34-years-old.
With Wigan not playing this weekend, Plymouth Argyle have the chance to go top if they can beat Accrington Stanley. The key man for the Pilgrims will be Ryan Hardie. He has 8 goals for the club this campaign and has been leading the line excellently. Hardie averages a 6.65 for Ryan Lowe's men who are on their way back to being a "sustainable Championship club" according to their manager.
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Written by Alex Smith