Paul Scholes has options if he wishes to make changes for his first home game as interim manager of Salford against bottom club Southend.
Aramide Oteh could be handed his full debut for Stevenage when they host Newport.
Colchester will not be able to call on Martell Taylor-Crossdale for their Sky Bet League Two clash with Forest Green.
Port Vale will have defender Nathan Smith available again for Saturday’s visit of Salford.
The EFL has unveiled plans, known as ‘Project Big Picture’, for a radical shake-up of the English game.
The EFL has hit back at claims by Tranmere chairman Mark Palios that his club feared a 15-point deduction if they failed to fulfil Saturday’s League Two fixture against Salford despite positive coronavirus tests depleting the squad.
Derek Adams saluted his table-topping Morecambe side after they triumphed 3-2 at struggling Oldham.
Leyton Orient will resume their Sky Bet League Two campaign on Saturday with a home fixture against Cheltenham.
Forest Green will check on the fitness of Josh March ahead of their Sky Bet League Two clash with Walsall.
Teams allowed three substitutes in new Scottish Championship season, while Leagues One and Two have backed five subs change
The Scottish Championship will be the only senior division to continue to allow a maximum of three substitues during the 2020/21 season.
Barrow will have Scott Quigley available for a league game for the first time this season when Colchester visit Holker Street.
20 years of Peterhead in the Scottish League – Part six: Chairman Rodger Morrison’s ambition still burns bright
In the final instalment of our six-part series on Peterhead's 20 years in the Scottish football league, the Blue Toon's key figures look ahead.
20 years of Peterhead in the Scottish League – Part five: Jim McInally begins rollercoaster nine-year spell
In the fifth of our six-part series on Peterhead's 20 years in the Scottish football league, the club's most successful boss Jim McInally and most successful player Rory McAllister open up on close to a decade of trials and tribulations.
20 years of Peterhead in the Scottish League – Part four: Blue Toon feel relegation agony for first time
In the fourth of our six-part series on Peterhead's 20 years in the Scottish football league, former players Graeme Sharp and Martin Bavidge, as well as chairman Rodger Morrison, look back on the Blue Toon's first-ever relegation in 2011.
20 years of Peterhead in the Scottish League – Part three: The reigns of Steve Paterson and Neale Cooper
In the third of our six-part series on Peterhead's 20 years in the Scottish football league, Blue Toon goalscoring hero Martin Bavidge, ex-boss Steve "Pele" Paterson and chairman Rodger Morrison discuss fresh efforts to get the club into the First Division after the near-miss of 2006.
In the second of our six-part series on Peterhead's 20 years in the Scottish football league, former keeper Paul Mathers, full-back Mark Perry and chairman Rodger Morrison describe almost reaching the second tier in 2006.
In the first of our six-part series on Peterhead's 20 years in the Scottish football league, former manager Ian Wilson and his captain, Steve King, describe hitting the ground running in Division Three
Peterhead manager Jim McInally demands clarity over showers and loan players before League One kicks off
Peterhead manager Jim McInally believes there are still hurdles to be overcome before the lower league seasons start.
Arsenal and Spain defender Hector Bellerin has become the second largest shareholder at Forest Green Rovers.
The last two Highland League champions will face off in the Betfred Cup as Cove Rangers and Brora Rangers were drawn together.
Paddy Boyle was delighted to be part of a title-winning side with Peterhead.
Former player Paul Coutts – It would’ve been a ‘disgrace’ to deny Cove Rangers promotion to League One
Aberdeen's Paul Coutts says it would have been "an absolute disgrace" if former club Cove Rangers were denied promotion to League One.
Cove Rangers defend right to ‘protect position’ after promotion to League One is confirmed by SFA panel
Cove Rangers say they "were not prepared to stand by and watch" the achievements of their League Two-winning squad be "undermined" by Hearts and Partick Thistle's fight against relegation.
Cove Rangers will play in League One this season after the Scottish FA's arbitration panel ruled against Hearts and Partick Thistle.
Peterhead captain Scott Brown is keen to extend his stay at the club – but says there’s no rush to sort out his future.
Callum Law: What kind of message will it send if Scottish football restart is blocked with fewer than 10 days to go?
Scottish football is just 10 days away from restarting – yet everything could still grind to a halt.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally believes October is a realistic target for starting next season’s League One and Two campaigns.
The recent hypocrisy of Hearts is making sympathy for the Tynecastle club’s fight against relegation rapidly erode away.
I understand why Hearts and Partick Thistle are taking legal action against the SPFL.
Scottish Leagues 1 and 2 look set to try to start next season in October.