In Part 3 of our look at Town's opposition this season, we preview teams L-N
Orient are one of the favourites for promotion this season and will be looking to improve on last campaign, where they missed out on the play-offs.
Andy Hessenthaler took over for the final five games of the season and was handed the job on a permanent basis in the summer, replacing Kevin Nolan, with the former Premier League midfielder still remaining at the club as a player.
The club have former Town loan striker Ollie Palmer on their books, and he is partnered by former Arsenal striker Jay Simpson, who hit 25 goals for the club last campaign and is one of the most deadly strikers in the division.
Manager: Andy Hessenthaler
Luton look set to be another of the contenders for promotion under boss Nathan Jones.
The Hatters boss has signed the likes of Oxford pair Johnny Mullins and Danny Hylton, who were both promoted from the division last season and will be hoping that the wealth of experience in his squad can stand them in good stead this campaign.
Mansfield will renew acquaintances with Town this season after a number of memorable encounters over the years.
The Stags have been managed by Adam Murray since November 2014 and they will be looking to build on last season's top half finish.
Murray has added a number of young promising players to his squad so far this summer, as well as striker Pat Hoban, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Town.
Manager: Adam Murray
Morecambe will be Town's first opponents of the new season, and long serving manager Jim Bentley will be hoping for a better season after the club flirted with relegation last campaign.
The bookies fancy the the Shrimps to be in another scrap at the bottom end of the table, but Bentley has always managed to consolidate his side in the division since taking charge in 2011.
Manager: Jim Bentley
Newport narrowly avoided relegation last season and they will hope to keep their heads above water once again this time around under manager Warren Feeney.
After only one win in their first 13 games last term, the Welsh side looked likely to be heading to the National League, but turned things around under John Sheridan and later former Northern Ireland international Feeney.
They still have former Town striker Lenell John-Lewis on their books after he left the club last summer.
Manager: Warren Feeney
Notts County struggled to live up to expectations last season but in new manager John Sheridan, they have someone with a record of success at this level.
Sheridan's side had a transfer embargo lifted at the beginning of June, and the man that won the League Two title with Chesterfield four years ago has wasted no time in bringing in a number of established Football League players to bolster his outfit in defenders Carl Dickinson and Richard Duffy, midfielder Michael O'Connor and striker Jonathan Forte.
Former Town winger Alex Rodman was also one of those that joined the club over the summer, whilst ex-Mariner Mike Edwards is also on the coaching staff at the Magpies.
Manager: John Sheridan