Leyton Orient have been blazing a trail at the top of League One all season - but were knocked off their perch on Saturday.
The O's home defeat to Preston and Wolves' away win at rock-bottom Notts County saw the Londoners and the Midlanders swap places on an action-packed weekend in the third tier.
Former Nottingham Forest striker Garry Birtles will drop in the FL72 studio on Monday evening to assess the League One promotion race ahead of third-placed Peterborough's Sky Live trip to Walsall.
However, Birtles will also reflect on Brentford's 5-0 thumping of Crewe - a game in which Clayton Donaldson netted twice - Rotherham's 3-0 victory at Stevenage and Carlisle and Crawley's stalemate.
Sunday afternoon, meanwhile, played host to a belting encounter at Valley Parade, as Nahki Wells' stoppage-time spot-kick - which completed his hat-trick - earned Bradford a 3-3 draw with free-scoring Coventry.
Gary will dissect that goal-infested game, as well as all the headlines in League Two, where three teams are locked together at the summit, having accrued 29 points from their 16 fixtures.
Oxford lead Chesterfield and Rochdale on goal difference following their conquering of a Mansfield side who thrashed non-League St Albans City 8-1 in the first round of the FA Cup last weekend.
But both of the U's rivals also picked up wins on Saturday, with Chesterfield beating Torquay and Rochdale edging Morecambe, so Gary will give his take on who could be elevated into League One come May.
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