Macclesfield have confirmed the appointment of former Ebbsfleet boss Daryl McMahon as their new head coach.
Oldham boss Laurent Banide is sure to make changes for his side’s Sky Bet League Two game with Exeter.
Cambridge boss Colin Calderwood hopes to have both Jabo Ibehre and Dan Jones available for Tuesday’s home game with Scunthorpe.
Cheltenham boss Michael Duff will hope to have Alex Addai and Chris Clements back in the mix for Tuesday’s Sky Bet League Two home game against Carlisle.
Dion Donohue and Jacob Mellis have been suspended by Mansfield and will not be involved when the Stags host Leyton Orient.
Crawley will be looking to Nathan Ferguson and Bez Lubala to maintain their goalscoring form when they host Crewe on Tuesday.
Stevenage boss Dino Maamria has a host of injury problems ahead of his side’s Sky Bet League Two clash against Bradford.
Port Vale midfielder David Worrall will be checked ahead of Tuesday’s clash with Forest Green after breaking his nose at the weekend.
Striker Ahkeem Rose and defender Ludvig Ohman will both be missing as Grimsby welcome Colchester to Blundell Park.
Plymouth are again likely to be without forward Joel Grant for Tuesday’s Sky Bet League Two clash with Salford at Home Park.
Swindon forwards Keshi Anderson and Lloyd Isgrove are major doubts for the Sky Bet League Two clash with Northampton.
Walsall boss Darrell Clarke looks set to give a number of players their first home league starts against Newport on Tuesday.
Macclesfield’s first home match since the departure of boss Sol Campbell sees them entertain Morecambe on Tuesday night.
Newport manager Michael Flynn praised the impact of first-half substitute Kyle Howkins after his late header secured a 1-0 victory over Plymouth.
Gary Bowyer is a happy man after celebrating the 100th win of his managerial career with Bradford’s 3-0 home victory over League Two bottom club Oldham.
Morecambe manager Jim Bentley did not hold back after the goalless draw with Cheltenham at the Globe Arena.
Cambridge manager Colin Calderwood hailed the character and perseverance of his players after they recovered from an “absolutely dreadful” first half to run out 2-1 winners at Colchester.
Stevenage manager Dino Maamria felt his side were robbed of a penalty after a change of heart from referee Lee Swabe in their 0-0 stalemate with Leyton Orient.
Forest Green boss Mark Cooper lauded his side as substitute Junior Mondal sent a dogged Rovers joint top of the early-season table.
David Artell was full of praise for Crewe’s resolve as they survived Olly Lancashire’s late red card to beat Walsall 1-0 and register back-to-back wins.
Port Vale manager John Askey was disappointed after his side conceded an equaliser in the third minute of stoppage time to draw 1-1 with Salford at the Peninsula Stadium.
Gabriele Cioffi was left with mixed emotions after his Crawley side’s 2-2 draw at Scunthorpe.
Swindon manager Richie Wellens felt his side got exactly what they deserved as debutant Eoin Doyle’s late strike earned a 1-1 draw with Exeter.
Macclesfield’s caretaker manager Danny Whitaker was “over the moon” to snatch a last-gasp victory over Northampton.
Mansfield manager John Dempster could barely conceal his pride after his first win as a boss came at the same ground he made his Football League debut in 2002.
Exeter and Swindon shared the spoils in an entertaining 1-1 Sky Bet League Two draw at St James Park.
Scunthorpe shared four goals with Crawley in a thrilling 2-2 draw at the Sands Venue Stadium.
Goals from skipper James Vaughan, Clayton Donaldson and Sean Scannell gave Bradford their first win of the season as they swept aside Oldham 3-0 at Valley Parade.
Salford and Port Vale shared the spoils after a frantic end to the game at the Peninsula Stadium.
Theo Archibald scored a last-minute winner as Macclesfield’s first game since Sol Campbell’s departure ended in a dramatic 2-1 victory over Northampton.
Forest Green substitute Junior Mondal maintained Rovers’ unbeaten start to the season with a second-half winner in a dogged 1-0 win over Grimsby.
Veteran defender Eddie Nolan hit a classy second-half finish as Crewe edged Walsall 1-0.