Big Three Face tough midweek tests
Argyle Face Wimbledon six-pointer.
Tonight Plymouth Argyle travel to London to take on fellow relegation strugglers AFC Wimbledon. In October the Dons took the spoils after a late Rashid Yussuff strike. The winner came minutes after Rhys Griffiths had looked like he had secured an important point for the hosts.
With Both teams in a relegation scrap will Argyle have enough to take the spoils and secure three points that would go a long way to keeping them in the Football League? A win would also see the Pilgrims go above their relegation rivals. It's a real six pointer what could have a huge impact on both teams seasons.
Battle of Goal-den boys at Vale Park.
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League Two's top two goal scorers will come face to face at Vale Park tonight. Port Vale's Tom Pope tops the charts with 25 strikes this season. Jamie Cuerton is second with 18 goals as both teams prepare for a final push for promotion as the season enters its final stages.
When the sides met in October Pope stole the show and scored a brace to give Vale the win. Wins for both teams tonight are vital for their end of season aspirations. A win for Vale can send them top and win for Exeter could see them push themselves right into the playoff mix.
Torquay look to step closer to Survival.
Torquay welcome Wycombe to Plainmoor tonight seeking revenge for their defeat earlier in the season. Elliot Benyon is expected to partner Rene Howe in attack and face a former team, Benyon made 9 appearances for Wycombe in 2011 and failed to find the net.
In his second spell at Torquay since leaving for Swindon in January 2011 Benyon will hope to open his account on his loan spell back at the club. The fans will also hope that Benyon can find the form that made him one of the hottest strikers in League two in his first spell.
Another goal scorer would help United as only Rene Howe is challenging the league's leading scorers with 14 this term. If Benyon can find his feet soon it could ensure survival for Torquay.