It may be the international break, but that does not mean there are no domestic matches available to watch. Three League One matches are being televised this weekend, meaning those wishing to get a taste of competitive league action can do so.
Swindon Town's Michael Doughty scores their first goal from the penalty spot
The first of these comes on Saturday lunchtime, when Swindon Town host Charlton Athletic in a 12pm kick-off at the County Ground which is being shown on Sky Sports 1.
The hosts go into the match in the bottom four having lost their last two league matches, but they survived a potential banana skin with a draw at Eastleigh in the FA Cup last weekend and progressed in the Checkatrade Trophy in midweek.
Charlton, meanwhile, have recovered from a poor start and are on a four match unbeaten league run ahead of the meeting in Wiltshire.
Young winger Ademola Lookman has been gaining plaudits and will be keen to impress in front of the cameras.
Charlton's Ademola Lookman celebrates scoring their second goal
Sunday lunchtime sees Peterborough United entertain Bolton Wanderers at London Road. The visitors enter the weekend in second place, three points behind league leaders Scunthorpe, and are in search of their sixth consecutive league win.
The Posh sit just outside the play-off places, and in Marcus Maddison and Tom Nichols they have attacking players who have the ability to hurt the high-flying Wanderers.
Peterborough's Marcus Maddison celebrates scoring their second goal
If it is a repeat of the last time the two sides met at London Road, supporters are in for a treat. That match in December 2012 ended in a 5-4 win for the hosts, who survived a late comeback to hold on for a thrilling victory.
To see if this weekend lives up to it, tune in to Sky Sports 1 for the 12.15pm kick-off.
The weekend's action concludes with a local derby of sorts, as Sheffield United make the short trip south to face Chesterfield.
Sheffield United's Billy Sharp celebrates scoring their second goal
After several false years of false dawns and a difficult opening to this campaign, the steel city outfit are currently flying under boyhood Blade Chris Wilder.
United are unbeaten since August and thumped Leyton Orient 6-0 in the FA Cup last weekend, while star striker Billy Sharp has already reached double figures for the season.
Their opponents this weekend are having a less successful time of late; Chesterfield have lost six in a row in the league and have dropped to second bottom as a result.
The presence of former Blades striker Ched Evans in the hosts line-up adds an extra layer of intrigue to Sunday afternoon's clash, which kicks off at 2.15pm and is live on Sky Sports 2.
Which sides will come out on top in these fixtures? Leave your League One predictions below.