Date: 24th February 2017 at 10:42am
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The 2016-17 season continues with the latest round of games this weekend. This will see us among those involved with three points of course the aim.

Previous results

Saturday 18th February 2017 – LEAGUE ONE
Bradford City 2-2 Bolton Wanderers 15:00
Chesterfield 1-2 Bury 15:00
Coventry City 2-1 Gillingham 15:00
Milton Keynes Dons 0-1 Fleetwood Town 15:00
Port Vale 1-1 Bristol Rovers 15:00
Rochdale 3-3 Charlton Athletic 15:00
Sheffield United 1-1 Scunthorpe United 15:00
Shrewsbury Town 2-1 AFC Wimbledon 15:00
Southend United 2-2 Northampton Town 15:00
Swindon Town 0-0 Oldham Athletic 15:00
Walsall 2-0 Peterborough United 15:00

Tuesday 21st February 2017 – LEAGUE ONE
Charlton Athletic 0-1 Oxford United 19:45
Gillingham 2-2 AFC Wimbledon 19:45
Millwall 0-0 Chesterfield 19:45
Peterborough United 1-4 Southend United 19:45

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.


Saturday 25th February 2017 – LEAGUE ONE
AFC Wimbledon v Walsall 15:00
Bristol Rovers v Scunthorpe United 15:00
Charlton Athletic v Bury 15:00
Chesterfield v Oxford United 15:00
Coventry City v Swindon Town 15:00
Fleetwood Town v Northampton Town 15:00
Gillingham v Southend United 15:00
Milton Keynes Dons v Shrewsbury Town 15:00
Oldham Athletic v Millwall 15:00
Peterborough United v Rochdale 15:00
Port Vale v Bradford City 15:00
Sheffield United v Bolton Wanderers 15:00

Sheffield United will remain at the top of the League 1 title whatever the result against promotion rivals Bolton but a win would strengthen the Blades’ title chances. Victory for the Trotters could take them into an automatic promotion spot and just four points off the leaders with two games in hand.

Wimbledon will be looking for a first win in seven to keep clear of relegation trouble. Walsall are still pushing for a play-off spot though – the Saddlers are six points off this – so this is another tough game for the Dons.

A run of five without defeat for Bristol Rovers – the last four have been drawn – does keep the Pirates in with a chance of finishing in the top six. Scunthorpe are looking for a first win in five with the Irons’ position in 2nd coming under threat from Bolton and Fleetwood.

Charlton should be clear of relegation trouble – they are closer to the bottom four than the top six – but the Addicks’ season looks as though they’ll be finishing midtable at best? Bury’s two wins in a three game unbeaten run means the Shakers have move out of the relegation zone ahead of this game at the Valley.

One win in the last 10 means Chesterfield are in real danger of being relegated with the Spireites second bottom and six points from safety. Oxford – who have won four of their last five – are still chasing a play-off place with the U’s six points off the top six before this meeting at the Proact Stadium.

Bottom of the league Coventry’s survival hopes were boosted – they are still nine points from safety – with a win in the last game. Relegation rivals Swindon – who have lost five of their last six – are four points from safety.

Depending on the other results Fleetwood could end the weekend in an automatic promotion spot with a victory over Northampton. The Cobblers head to the Highbury Stadium unbeaten in three.

Gillingham have drawn six of their last 10 – losing the other four – meaning the Gills are just two points above the relegation zone. Anything but a win against promotion chasing Southend – who moved up to 5th with a midweek win – and the Gills could drop into the relegation zone.

MK Dons and Shrewsbury are both clear of the relegation zone at the moment but this is still a real concern as they’re only five and four points – respectively – above the bottom four.

Three wins from the last five has taken Oldham out of the relegation zone. However, the Latics are only a point above the relegation zone ahead of the visit from Millwall. The Lions are unbeaten in the last 10 but go into the weekend a point and a place outside of the play-off positions.

Peterborough’s poor form recently means Posh are five points off the play-offs. Rochdale’s three defeats in six games without a win means Dale are just a place better off – in 8th – and also four points off the top six.

A run of six without a win for Port Vale has seen them drop into the bottom four on goal difference ahead of the Bradford visit. Four without a win for the Bantams – three have been drawn – has seen their play-off place come under threat.

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.