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Thread: League Two - Week 32 - 20th/21st/24th Feb

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    League Two - Week 32 - 20th/21st/24th Feb

    Fri 20/02/15
    Accrington Stanley 19 : 45 Cheltenham Town

    Sat 21/02/15
    Exeter City 13 : 00 Plymouth Argyle
    AFC Wimbledon 15 : 00 Luton Town
    Bury 15 : 00 Hartlepool United
    Cambridge United 15 : 00 Portsmouth
    Carlisle United 15 : 00 Wycombe Wanderers
    Dagenham & Redů15 : 00 Burton Albion
    Newport County 15 : 00 Morecambe
    Northampton Town 15 : 00 York City
    Oxford United 15 : 00 Mansfield Town
    Stevenage 15 : 00 Southend United
    Tranmere Rovers 15 : 00 Shrewsbury Town

    League Two leaders Shrewsbury are away at Tranmere who are battling to stay in the Football League.

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    Re: League Two - Week 32 - 20th/21st Feb

    Fri 20/02/15
    Accrington Stanley 1 - 1 Cheltenham Town

    Sat 21/02/15
    Exeter City 1 - 3 Plymouth Argyle
    AFC Wimbledon 3 - 2 Luton Town
    Bury 1 - 0 Hartlepool United
    Cambridge United 2 - 6 Portsmouth
    Carlisle United 2 - 3 Wycombe Wanderers
    Dagenham & Redů 1 - 3 Burton Albion
    Newport County 0 - 1 Morecambe
    Northampton Town 3 - 0 York City
    Oxford United 3 - 0 Mansfield Town
    Stevenage 4 - 2 Southend United
    Tranmere Rovers 2 - 1 Shrewsbury Town

    Shrewsbury suffered a shock 2-1 defeat at Tranmere so Burton are now top of League 2 after their win at Dagenham.
    What a win for Portsmouth with a 6-2 victory at Cambridge!

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    Re: League Two - Week 32 - 20th/21st Feb

    Tue 24/02/15
    Accrington Stanley 19 : 45 Burton Albion
    Cambridge United 19 : 45 AFC Wimbledon
    Portsmouth 19 : 45 Tranmere Rovers

    League Two leaders Burton will increase their lead at the top to 6 points with a win away at Accrington.

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    Re: League Two - Week 32 - 20th/21st/24th Feb

    Tue 24/02/15
    Accrington Stanley 1 - 0 Burton Albion
    Cambridge United 0 - 0 AFC Wimbledon
    Portsmouth 3 - 2 Tranmere Rovers

    Burton suffered a surprise defeat at Accrington with Stanley's winner coming from
    the son of former Hull City legend Dean Windass. Pompey really are on fire now with 4 wins in 5 games.

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