Colchester United and Stockport County will meet in League Two action this weekend with the two sides coming into this one with a drop in form recently with the Hatters drawing in midweek to Gillingham.
The draw with Gillingham saw Stockport have 74% of the ball at home and only six shots on target from it. They did force the Gills to have no shots on target, however, but the Hatters have also managed to draw with Doncaster Rovers 2-0 last weekend as well to make it three games without a win after also losing to Barrow at the end of February. The club's last win came towards the end of last month when they defeated Rochdale 2-1.
County are in sixth and still occupying a playoff spot as a result, although they do head into this one with just a goals difference gap over Salford City and the idea that Mansfield can jump above them in eighth with their two games in hand and two-point gap.
As for Colchester, they brutally lost to Bradford City last weekend in a loss that saw them concede two goals in added time to lose the game in Yorkshire. It was their fourth winless game in a row and the club's third defeat on the spin after drawing 0-0 with Walsall and losing to Carlisle United, Northampton Town and Bradford
The U's have been sucked back towards the relegation spots as a result, although they are above Crawley Town in 23rd by nine points but have played two more games. At the same time, Colchester have now lost the most games outside of the bottom two in the league with 18.
Don’t forget to check out the rest of our previews, tips and offers for this weekend’s action. Footy Accumulators is the #1 football betting site for the latest on betting in the UK - download the Betting Hub app for more!