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League Two Round-Up: Weekend Saturday 6/2/2016

Notts County v Hartlepool was one of 5 League Two games postponed this weekend thanks to our lovely British weather.

Here are the League Two results for the weekend:

Saturday 6th February 2016

Bristol Rovers P–P Wimbledon
Cambridge 1–0 Dagenham & Redbridge
Carlisle 2–0 Accrington
Exeter P–P Oxford United
Mansfield 2–1 Morecambe
Newport P–P Barnet
Northampton 2–0 York
Notts County P–P Hartlepool
Portsmouth 0–1 Leyton Orient
Stevenage 0–1 Crawley
Wycombe 0–1 Luton
Yeovil P–P Plymouth

Today there were 4 home wins, 3 away wins, 0 draws and 5 postponements.

League Two Update

Northampton were the only team in the top four with a game this weekend. The Cobblers have 61 points from 28 games and are now 5 points clear of 2nd placed Plymouth who have played 29 games.

Oxford United remain in 3rd place and 10 points off the top with 51 points from 27 games.

Bristol Rovers also stay unchanged in 4th place with 47 points from 29 games.

Mansfield conceded in the first minute at home to Morecambe but recovered to win 2–1 and move up to 5th with 47 points from 30 games.

Leyton Orient move up to 6th with 46 points from 30 games after winning 0–1 away at Portsmouth who now drop 7th on 45 points from 28 games.

Accrington slip out of the play off places down to 8th after losing 2–0 away at Carlisle though they have 45 points, the same as Portsmouth but have only played 26 games.

Cambridge's 1–0 home win over Dagenham & Redbridge lifts them to 9th with 44 points from 30 games.

Wycombe lost at home 0–1 to Luton and drop to 10th with 43 points from 28 games.

Wimbledon didn't play and they drop to 11th with 42 points from 28 games.

Carlisle rise to 12th after beating Accrington also on 42 points but from only 26 games.

Exeter were another team not playing and fall to 13th with 40 points from 28 games.

Luton's 1–0 away victory at Wycombe sees them climb to 14th on 38 points from 30 games while Crawley's 1–0 away win at Stevenage lifts them to 15th with 37 points from 30 games.

Morecambe's loss to Mansfield lowers them to 16th after 30 games and with 36 points.

Notts County's inactivity sees them fall to 17th with the same 36 points as Morecambe but from only 27 games.

The bottom 7 places remain unchanged.

Barnet didn't play but stay 18th on 33 points from 28 games.

Stevenage's home loss to Crawley keeps them at 19th with 28 points from 30 games.

Newport's game was postponed and they are 20th with 27 points from 28 games.

Yeovil at 21st and Hartlepool at 22nd were also victim's of the weather and stay on 24 points. Yeovil have played 29 games but Hartlepool only 25.

Dagenham & Redbridge along with York suffered away defeats and remain 4 points adrift in the relegation places on 20 points and both having played 28 games.

The gap between 7th placed Portsmouth who are on 45 points and 17th placed Notts with 36 points is now back up to 9 points. Portsmouth have now played a game more than Notts.

Notts' cushion from the bottom end remains 16 points and with a game in hand.

Upcoming fixtures

League Two -Tuesday 9th February 2016

Dagenham & Redbridge v Wycombe
Hartlepool v Stevenage
Oxford United v Mansfield

Notts' have another 5 games to play this month with only one of them being at home. Next up is a visit to York City on Saturday 13th February 2016 with a 3:00pm kick off.

York have 20 points from 28 games and are rock bottom at 24th place.

Can Mr Fullarton make it a hat trick of away wins? It's still all to play for.

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Hopefully we can dig in next weekend and lift back up.

Quite a boring weekend really.

I also note Cambridge and Mansfield are doing well still, I think the Stags moving to 5th is a good thing for Nottinghamshire football. Yet I am not sure we will finish higher than them myself, I know quite a few who want this but hey ho.

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mansfield making it to 5th is quite annoying but it shows you budgets go out of the window when you build a team wisely.

orient had a good win away over portsmouth even if it ended 1-0 to them.

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