Leyton Orient bid to end their four-match winless League Two run as they host Crewe on Tuesday night.
Colin Calderwood admitted Cambridge rode their luck as they ended a run of three consecutive defeats with an entertaining 3-2 win at in-form Crewe.
David Artell is delighted with Crewe’s early-season form but wants his side to be more ruthless so they can remain among League Two’s front-runners.
Newport manager Michael Flynn admitted the better team lost after his side snatched a 1-0 win over Crewe.
Crewe boss David Artell said his first target for the season was to reach 50 points after making it three wins in a row with a 2-1 victory at Crawley.
David Artell was full of praise for Crewe’s resolve as they survived Olly Lancashire’s late red card to beat Walsall 1-0 and register back-to-back wins.