Cheltenham Town will welcome Northampton Town to the Completely-Suzuki Stadium on Saturday afternoon with the club managing to pick up their first point of the season in their last outing with Northampton also winning for the first time last weekend.
The Cobblers struggled to adapt to life in League One in the first handful of games, but they managed to edge past Peterborough in their last outing with a winner from Mitch Pinnock that saw the club have just two shots on target. Pinnock also didn't score until the 90th minute in that narrow win.
Northampton drew with Lincoln City just prior to this and were also edged past by Wigan Athletic before that. Sam Hoskins was once on the scoresheet that day with a goal in the 24th minute, but two late finishes from Wigan handed them all three points.
Jon Brady's men would also lose to Stevenage at home on the opening day of the season as their former League One foe edged out a 1-0 win before a 3-0 loss in South Wales to Swansea City in the EFL Cup first round.
As for Cheltenham, they secured their first point of the season in a 0-0 draw with Portsmouth at Fratton Park last time out that saw them have just two shots on target. Worse yet, it now also means no goals scored for Wade Elliot's men still, and they are the only side in the Football League yet to score a goal from the first five matches in all competitions.
However, quite incredibly, only five goals let in from the four matches in League One, they remain above Burton Albion and Leyton Orient in the third tier on goals difference.
Before their draw with Portsmouth, Elliot's side would also lost to Shrewsbury Town and Bolton Wanderers in the league before a defeat to Birmingham City of the Championship in the EFL Cup first round. Reading have also taken all three points off the Robins this season.