New predicted League Two table after Doncaster Rovers resurgence, Bradford City win v Salford City and MK Dons and Barrow twists

There were twists in League Two at the weekend, as promotion hopefuls MK Dons and Barrow suffered humbling defeats and Doncaster Rovers continued their stunning resurgence.

Although there is not much football to play, there could yet be some surprises in the fourth tier of English football. There are plenty of eyes on Doncaster, who have enjoyed a remarkable rise up the league table in recent weeks.

Grant McCann’s side have spent the bulk of the campaign stranded in the bottom half of the table, although are now charging towards the top seven. The easing of an injury crisis, as well as some shrewd January deals, have provided significant boosts.

Elsewhere, Stockport County and Wrexham are already League One-bound and Mansfield Town look set to follow. However, there could be changes to the current play-off line-up between now and the end of the season.

Even Bradford City, who have endured a miserable campaign, are not mathematically out of the running even if it appears unlikely they will sneak in. They recently continued their own resurgence with a 2-1 away win at Salford City.

With the end of the season approaching, here is how the Football Web Pages supercomputer expects the final League Two table to look.

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