Rotherham claimed top spot at the end of the month, but Wigan are hot on their trial with equal points and a game in hand.
Ex-Premier League clubs, Sheffield Wednesday and Portsmouth are bouncing back after a poor start to the season for both clubs.
Crewe Alexandra and Doncaster Rovers remain in the doldrums of League One after each losing 12 games so far this season.
Let’s take a look at the November manager of the month nominees.
Danny Cowley – PortsmouthEmbed from Getty Images
Portsmouth enjoyed their best month of the campaign so far after picking up 13 points from a possible 15.
The Cowley brothers have turned their poor form around and they currently sit in ninth place.
Pompey sit two points off sixth place MK Dons as they hope to break into the playoff places for the first time this season.
Darren Moore – Sheffield WednesdayEmbed from Getty Images
Sheffield Wednesday are another club looking to turn their fortunes around.
The Owls managed to stay unbeaten during November and recorded imposing wins against Sunderland and MK Dons.
This form has taken Darren Moore’s side up to 7th as the return of Josh Windass has boosted The Owls after scoring two goals during his first two games back.
Paul Warne – Rotherham UnitedEmbed from Getty Images
Rotherham ended November at the top of League One thanks to their high goal difference.
November consisted of a number of long away trips for Rotherham in a test to see how good this side really was.
The Millers passed the test in flying colours as they remained unbeaten, winning two and drawing the rest.
Leam Richardson – Wigan AthleticEmbed from Getty Images
Richardson stated that he endured one of the “hardest, toughest weeks” of his career after striker, Charlie Wyke collapsed in training.
The resilience and the fantastic form of Wigan Athletic has put Leam in the running for Manager Of The Month.
The Latics only played three league games this month due to their tie at home to Oxford United was postponed due to a number of positive COVID-19 cases within the Oxford camp.
However, Wigan won two out of the three including a massive away win against previous league leaders, Plymouth Argyle.