League One Preview - Unbeaten Gills look to kick on
Gillingham will be looking to extend their unbeaten run when they face lowly Blackpool.
Justin Edinburgh's Gillingham side have been a surprise package at the start of the season and lead the table by one point from Coventry City.
A Jake Hessenthaler strike was enough to defeat Doncaster Rovers last weekend. Much of the Gills' form this season can be put down to midfielder Bradley Dack, who has chipped in with four goals.
Doncaster relieved manager Paul Dickov of his duties this week and player-coach Rob Jones has been put in temporary charge. With only one league win this season for Rovers, the board felt a change was required as promotion has been targeted this term. Rovers are away to high-flying Walsall.
Dean Smith's Saddlers will be hoping to kick on from last season's disappointing finish after a play-off spot had been the club's priority. Walsall sit in third place at present although they suffered their first defeat of the season last weekend to Bury at the Banks's Stadium.
Coventry stopped Burton Albion's fine run of form by defeating the Brewers 2-1 at the Pirelli Stadium. Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's side took the lead thanks to an own goal by Aaron Martin.
However, Marcus Tudgay levelled in the first half before Roman Vincelot grabbed the winner towards the hour mark. The Brewers host Rochdale whilst the Sky Blues travel to Scunthorpe.
Peterborough were the first club to sack their manager this season with chairman Darren MacAnthony losing patience with Dave Robertson. Robertson was only appointed in the summer and took over as caretaker manager after MacAnthony dismissed Darren Ferguson towards the end of last season.
Posh's latest sacking came after they had lost 2-1 to Southend United and, with only one win all season, MacAnthony pulled the trigger and so they travel to Oldham under the caretaker stewardship of Grant McCann.
Wigan came back from two goals down to secure a win at the Proact Stadium last weekend. Chesterfield went two goals ahead thanks to a superb strike from Dan Gardner and an own goal from Leon Barnett.
Latics then pulled a goal back with 10 minutes to go before Craig Davies equalised from the spot and then Jordie Hiwula-Mayifulia grabbed the winner in stoppage time. Wigan travel to Port Vale at the weekend while Chesterfield are at home to struggling Colchester United.
The U's have failed to win in the league this season and while boss Tony Humes has been given a vote of confidence by his chairman, the Essex club are only one point off bottom spot. Colchester brought in Marvin Sordell during the week after the striker was released by Burnley.
Blackpool secured their first win of the season against Scunthorpe thanks to a first-half goal from Brad Potts to move the Tangerines off the foot of the table and they are replaced by Crewe who lost at home to Swindon. Steve Davis' side host Millwall this weekend.