The way November's fixtures have been structured, League Two's first matchday this month isn't until the 11th.
Notts County have coasted into the second round of the FA Cup and been eliminated (thankfully, some will say) from the EFL Trophy, so now it's back to the small task of trying to remain top of the league standings.
Up next is Stevenage away and, ahead of Saturday's fixture, Pride of Nottingham has spoken to Boro fan George Adkins (Twitter: george__adkins) to get an insight on the opposition.
Q1: Stevenage is a fairly new club, being formed in 1976. What's been your best club memory so far?
My best memory has to be when we beat Newcastle in the 3rd round of the FA Cup in 2011, it was the first year I started to go to Stevenage every game so to go into the next round was amazing.
Q2: How does it feel to have been the first team to have won a competitive final at the new Wembley in 2007?
It’s a good achievement for the team because they were the first to win at the new Wembley, showing other teams that it’s possible to get to finals at Wembley and win.
Q3: You've had a good pedigree in the FA Trophy, having won two and finished runners-up since the turn of the century - which do you feel was the better win?
I feel the Kidderminster 2007 was the better win because it was our first win in a cup, it was also at the new Wembley which makes it even more important.
Q4: Who would you say are Stevenage's biggest rivals?
Luton Town are probably our biggest league rivals because they are the closest team to Stevenage in the Football League.
Q5: Who are your team's danger men?
Stevenage’s danger men are Danny Newton and Matty Godden, they have both come from non league and have continued to score many goals for their club.
Q6: Score/scorer prediction
1-0 Stevenage - Matt Godden
Edited by Joe Jones