The relegation battle is going to exciting again
After the League 2 relegation battle went down to the wire last season, many believed that it couldn’t get that dramatic again. Whilst there is still a long way to go, it looks like it could be as dramatic this season. Northampton, who have conceded more than their fair share of late goals this season, had Luke Norris to thank for his late free-kick, as they saw off Fleetwood. Accrington moved out the bottom two with a 2-0 win over Scunthorpe whilst Bristol Rovers and Bury drew, as did York and Plymouth. Torquay were the only team to lose; 2-0 to Chesterfield. Get set for a thrilling relegation scrap.
Wimbledon are back in business
After an awesome start, Wimbledon slipped up against teams towards the bottom in October and dropped down into the murky reaches of mid-table. The Dons have picked up in the last couple of weeks though, with a 2-1 win over Rochdale and this weekend they hammered Portsmouth 4-0 with the goals coming from Andy Frampton, Sammy Moore and Michael Smith.
James Constable is an Oxford United legend
James Constable scored his 100th Oxford United this weekend, in the 3-1 win over Mansfield Town and he now has five for the season having scored against Torquay, Rochdale, Northampton, Wimbledon and, of course, Mansfield. Constable joined Oxford on loan in 2008 before joining permanently in 2009 and has gone on to become a fan favourite at the Kassam. Constable is only seven goals behind the Oxford top goalscorer Graham Atkinson, and he has set his sights on claiming that record. Very few at Oxford would begrudge him if he does.