The midweek League Two programme serves up more important games in the race for promotion and the fight for Football League survival.
Leaders Swindon Town are involved in the night's highlight as second-placed Torquay United travel to the County Ground on the back of seven wins in their last eight away games.
Shrewsbury Town and Cheltenham Town, meanwhile, are just outside the automatic promotion spots and Graham Turner's men put the only unbeaten home record in the division on the line again.
At the opposite end of the table, Barnet's run of one win in nine matches has seen them dragged back into the relegation scrap ahead of bottom club Dagenham & Redbridge's visit to Underhill.
Southend United hold the final automatic promotion berth, but Paul Sturrock's side have the worst home record in the top eight ahead of entertaining Aldershot Town.
Crawley Town ended a run of seven games without a win by edging out Port Vale at the weekend, but face a tricky test at play-off chasing Gillingham.
Oxford United sit in the final play-off berth and will be eyeing a third straight home win when AFC Wimbledon visit the Kassam Stadium.
Crewe Alexandra beat Swindon at the weekend and are on a seven-match unbeaten streak ahead of lowly Bradford City's trip to Gresty Road.
Hereford United slipped back into the relegation zone over the weekend and travel to a Port Vale side still reeling from a 10-point deduction for going into administration.
Plymouth Argyle's victory over Shrewsbury lifted them out of the bottom two on Saturday and mid-table Bristol Rovers are Tuesday's visitors to Home Park.
Macclesfield Town have moved swiftly to replace the sacked Gary Simpson and have brought Brian Horton back as manager ahead of their game at Rotherham United, who dismissed Andy Scott as boss on Tuesday.
Burton Albion were another club to part company with their manager over the weekend as Paul Peschisolido was axed after defeat by Torquay and the Brewers are at home to Northampton Town.
Accrington Stanley and Morecambe are in no danger of relegation, but are probably too far adrift of the play-offs ahead of their meeting at the Crown Ground.