James Mason's EFL acca for Saturday's round of League Two matches include a win for Wrexham away at Accrington.
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The November international break means a reduced EFL schedule featuring two League One games and nine League Two encounters.
League Two highfliers Wrexham are aiming for a sixth successive victory in their contest at eighth-placed Accrington, while fifth-placed Notts County are attempting to snap a two-game losing run at home to 18th-placed Bradford.
Notts County v Bradford (Saturday, 12.30pm)
Bradford began life under their new manager, Graham Alexander, with a 2-1 loss at home to Barrow but they can respond by defeating Notts County at Meadow Lane.
The Bantams sit 18th in League Two but Alexander refuses to rule out a promotion push.
Alexander’s side could do with a victory over a high-placed opponent to restore belief, and the trip to Notts County looks an excellent opportunity.
The last few weeks have been a tricky period for Notts, who have lost three of their last five league fixtures and dropped out of the top three for the first time in over two months.
Luke Williams’s side have been hampered by injuries to key midfielders John Bostock and Matty Palmer and their weaknesses may be seized upon by Bradford, who can register their sixth league win of the season.
Accrington v Wrexham (Saturday, 3pm)
Big-spending Wrexham were inconsistent in the early part of the season but they are unbeaten in their last eight League Two matches and should be too strong for injury-hit Accrington at the Wham Stadium.
The Red Dragons are on a five-game winning sequence across all competitions and may be heading to Accrington at just the right time.
Accrington are in eighth place but they have lost their last two league games and bowed out of the FA Cup on Tuesday with a 2-1 extra-time loss at home to Doncaster.
Stanley had been hoping for a money-spinning cup run and their disappointment was compounded by injuries to key players Rosaire Longelo and Joe Pritchard.
A tough selection awaits Stanley manager John Coleman, who has been without top scorer Josh Andrews (illness) for the last two matches.
Accrington are the sort of side who come out fighting when under pressure but their tough weekend task could be beyond them.
Forest Green v Grimsby (Saturday, 3pm)
Grimsby are unbeaten in three games under caretaker managers Ben Davies and Shaun Pearson and their revival can continue with a victory over fellow League Two strugglers Forest Green at The Bolt New Lawn.
The Mariners eased relegation worries last weekend with a 3-2 victory at home to Morecambe before following up on Tuesday with a 7-2 home success over Slough in an FA Cup first round replay.
Confidence is growing and Grimsby should fancy their chances against injury-hit Forest Green, who have lost eight of their last 10 league fixtures.
Sutton United v Tranmere (Saturday, 3pm)
League Two Sutton United are unbeaten in three and can climb off the EFL’s basement by defeating fellow strugglers Tranmere at Gander Green Lane.
Long-term Sutton manager Matt Gray retained the faith of the clubs’ owners and results have started to turn.
The Amber and Chocolates have registered back-to-back home wins and they can take care of Tranmere, who remain pointless on their fourth-tier travels.