For our Accrington vs. Fleetwood prediction, we're going for a 1-0 win for the home side.
Accrington Stanley's bid to secure League One survival resumes this weekend as they face Fleetwood Town.
Accrington Stanley currently sit 21st in League One with nine wins, eleven draws and twenty losses from forty games this season.
It's been a dismal season for an Accrington side whose prospects of survival are very much in the balance.
They enter this game in poor form having won one and lost four of their last five matches, the most recent of which was a 3-0 hammering away at Sheffield Wednesday.
Wednesday are the current league leaders so there's no shame in losing to them, but that defeat was their fourth loss in five matches without scoring a single goal and Stanley are trending in a worrying direction at a crucial time of the season.
Their form at home does read slightly better, in fairness, with Stanley having won two of their last five matches on home soil including their most recent encounter - a 3-0 win over Port Vale.
Accrington's home form will be crucial to their survival chances as they haven't won away in the league since November, and two of their last three home games - including this one - are very winnable fixtures so they must take three points here.
Fleetwood Town currently sit 15th in League One with twelve wins, fourteen draws and fifteen losses from forty-one games this season.
The Cod Army have had a solid but forgettable season in League One as they now look set to cruise towards a comfortable mid-table finish.
They enter this game amidst a mixed run of form having won two, drawn one and lost two of their last five matches, the most recent of which was a 1-2 defeat at home to Bristol Rovers.
The defeat to Bristol Rovers was Fleetwood's second loss on the bounce and means they're now three games without a win.
They have nothing to play for at this point, but their recent results suggest the players' minds may already be on the beach.
Their form away from home isn't great either, with Scott Brown's side having lost four of their last five games on the road.
They can take comfort from the fact they beat Accrington 3-0 when the two sides met back in October, but given they're away from home here things could be tougher.
Fleetwood don't need the points anywhere near as much as Accrington do here and that could well end up being the deciding factor in this one.