We look ahead to the weekend games.
For the second week running in League One, the fans that turned up would have seen a goal in every game of the weekend.
The entire bottom four lost, with the only teams picking up points at the bottom of the table being Barnsley and Walsall who got a win and a draw respectively.
Following an 85th minute Walsall equaliser, Bristol City saw their lead at the top of the table cut to four points.
Despite this, they remain as one of only three teams in the Football League yet to lose a game, and Chesterfield will want to break this record, after The Spireites survived a late scare from Sheffield United to win 3-2 last time out.
Third place Peterborough will want to take advantage of the fact that Swindon aren’t playing a game this weekend when they travel to Crawley. Peterborough, who drew 2-2 with Oldham last time out, will play a Crawley side who are in similar form with a two-all draw away to Coventry the last time they played.
Bradford will also be looking to move up the table with other two other top six teams not playing this weekend in MK Dons and Preston. They travel to Barnsley in a game to be played on Sunday. Bradford are as yet unbeaten on their travels, and will come up against a Barnsley side who have only won one game at home all season. Both teams go into this game following a win, after Bradford beat Crewe 2-0, while Barnsley snatched a 0-1 win at Rochdale.
11th place Sheffield United host 20th place Leyton Orient, with the away side still on the hunt for their first win since Russell Slade left them for Cardiff. Both teams lost their previous games, with Sheffield United being edged out 3-2 away to Chesterfield, while Orient lost again at home, this time to the inform Swindon .
Oldham secured a 2-2 draw to high flying Peterborough on Saturday, with upcoming opponents Walsall grabbing a late equaliser against table toppers Bristol City at the weekend too. Oldham, who are now unbeaten in seven games, will host the Saddlers, who are yet to win away from home.
Coventry will travel to bottom of the table Crewe, who have only secured four points all season. Coventry have yet to see their side win on the road, and haven’t won in four games, with a draw and three losses, while Crewe have lost all four of their previous games. Crewe have only scored five goals at home all season, compared to Coventry who have scored just four on their travels.