Date: 14th February 2017 at 8:54am
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The 2016-17 season continues with the latest round of games this midweek. This will see us among those involved with three points of course the aim.

Previous results

Saturday 11th February 2017 – LEAGUE ONE
AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Charlton Athletic 15:00
Bolton Wanderers 4-1 Walsall 15:00
Bristol Rovers 1-1 Bradford City 15:00
Bury 1-0 Swindon Town 15:00
Fleetwood Town 0-0 Rochdale 15:00
Gillingham 1-1 Port Vale 15:00
Millwall 1-0 Southend United 15:00
Northampton Town 3-1 Chesterfield 15:00
Oldham Athletic 3-2 Coventry City 15:00
Oxford United 1-0 Milton Keynes Dons 15:00
Peterborough United 0-1 Sheffield United 15:00
Scunthorpe United 0-1 Shrewsbury Town 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.


Tuesday 14th February 2017 – LEAGUE ONE
AFC Wimbledon v Coventry City 19:45
Bristol Rovers v Sheffield United 19:45
Bury v Milton Keynes Dons 19:45
Fleetwood Town v Bradford City 19:45
Gillingham v Chesterfield 19:45
Millwall v Port Vale 19:45
Northampton Town v Swindon Town 19:45
Oldham Athletic v Charlton Athletic 19:45
Oxford United v Southend United 19:45
Peterborough United v Shrewsbury Town 19:45
Scunthorpe United v Walsall 19:45
Bolton Wanderers v Rochdale 20:00

Sheffield United have opened up a five point lead at the top of League 1 with this a lead that will be retained at least if a third straight win can be secured at the Memorial Stadium against Bristol Rovers. The Pirates go into this three points off the top six and are unbeaten in three.

Having won just twice in the last 10 Wimbledon are in danger of being drawn into a relegation battle, which is something Coventry are looking as if they will face at the end of the season. The Sky Blues have lost five in a row and are 10 points from safety at the foot of the table.

Despite a win at the weekend – against relegation rivals Swindon – Bury remained in the bottom four. Another at Gigg Lane against MK Dons – beaten for the first time in seven at the weekend – could take them out of the relegation zone.

Promotion rivals Fleetwood and Bradford meet at the Highbury Stadium with just a point and a place separating the Cod Army – in 4th – and the Bantams 5th.

Gillingham have drawn the last four but without a win in eight only four points keep the Gills ahead of the bottom four. Chesterfield are second bottom and five points away from safety heading into this game at Priestfield.

When extending the unbeaten run to nine with a weekend win Millwall moved into a play-off place. The Lions will definitely retain this if they can gain another victory over struggling Port Vale – who have won just once in 10 to be three points from safety – at the Den.

Northampton are just six points clear of the relegation zone but two wins in three have eased the concerns. However, Swindon’s four straight defeats has seen County drop into the relegation zone.

The last seven Oldham games have followed a familiar win-loss pattern. If this continues at Boundary Park against Charlton – who are unbeaten in seven – the Latics will suffer a defeat. A win and they’ll stay out of the relegation zone regardless of other defeats, which could prove to be the case anyway.

Oxford’s three successive wins has brought the U’s into play-off contention. They host Southend four points adrift of the top six. The Shrimpers had been in a play-off place before a weekend defeat – victory could take them back into it.

Despite a run of four defeats in the last six Peterborough are still just three points adrift of a play-off place. Shrewsbury head to London Road having won four on the last six – all unbeaten – to move five points clear of relegation trouble.

Scunthorpe’s back-to-back defeats have seen them lose touch with leaders Sheffield United. It’s also opened the door to Bolton to claim an automatic promotion spot from the Iron. Walsall’s first defeat in seven will be something the Saddlers will be looking to react to at Glanford Park to revive play-off hopes too.

A first Bolton win in five saw them close to within four points of 2nd place Scunthorpe with them also having a game in hand. The Trotters welcome Rochdale – who haven’t won in four to drop out of the play-off zone – to the Macron Stadium looking to close that gap on the Iron.

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

However, don’t just look also have a say. We don’t just want your vote, which you can do to the right, we also want some thoughts and views ahead of the game as well so share these below.