Two struggling teams in League Two are set to clash at Rodney Parade this weekend with Newport County welcoming Wimbledon to South Wales off the back of contrasting results during the week for the two sides.
Newport managed to get a win over Colchester United last time out in a battle on Tuesday night that saw Omar Bogle get back amongst the goals once again. The striker continues to be the most important player for Newport, and his goal was also matched with a finish from Will Evans in a 2-1 comeback win.
This was, however, just the fourth win of the season for Newport, as they head into this one with a stunning record of 20 goals scored and 22 conceded - only Swindon Town, Wrexham and Notts County have been involved in more goals than the 14th-placed side.
The victory over Colchester was also the first win in over a month for them, as the last victory came six games before the midweek home battle when County beat Sutton United 3-1 with thanks to a goal each from Will Evans and Henry James Charsley after an own goal.
Evans bagged twice in the win over Forest Green alongside a goal in the second half from Adam Lewis, as Evans scored another brace against Doncaster before a goal from Seb Palmer-Houlden.
Losses for Newport this season have seen them suffer defeats to Bradford City, Crawley Town, Salford City, Crewe Alexandra and Accrington Stanley. The South Wales outfit have also drawn with Wimbledon and Barrow in the past month.
As for Harrogate, it's been a struggle all season long for them and it does look as if a long, hard season battling relegation is in store for them. Once again, the club lost during the week in a 1-0 defeat at home to Wimbledon after letting in a goal after six minutes and conceding six shots on target at the EnviroVent Stadium.
Harrogate have only put together four wins as well this season, but by letting in just nine and losing once more game, they sit down in 19th with 11 fewer goals on the board. They do, however, have a much better defensive record with 12 conceded.
Harrogate, surprisingly, are in much better form over the past month, despite the club losing more games and sitting five places below Newport in League Two. This has seen Harrogate edge out a win over Salford City and MK Dons in September.
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