It's that time of the year again, and the lads are attempting to prove they know their stuff when it comes to the Football League by predicting how each table will turn out.
Finally, this is how they believe the always unpredictable League Two will look come the end of the term:
Unlike in the other two divisions, there is a big disagreement over who they think will win the title. With three different sides - Oxford, Gillingham, and Port Vale being picked.
There is some common ground - Bradford are fancied to make it into the top seven somewhere by all three lads. Oxford, Rotherham, Gillingham, Burton and Chesterfield are all names which appear more than once towards the top, too.
Expected to slug it out in the relegation battle are the likes of Barnet, Stockport, Macclesfield, and Cheltenham. Barnet are the strongest tip, with Lakes and Turls both having them down to make a return to the Conference.
Nobes has selected two different teams - in Lincoln and Accrington - to take the plunge, however.
There are some large differences between where certain teams are predicted.
Fifteen places separate Nobes's prediction of Wycombe as runners-up compared to their lower mid-table position as forecast by Turls.
However, this is topped by the 17-place difference between Lakes and Turls's respective predictions for Torquay and the massive 19 which separate Oxford - Lakes's predicted Champions and Turls's strugglers.