Forest Green increased their gap at the top of the table. They’re currently six pints clear of second place, with a game in hand.
Sutton United continue to shock League Two by finishing November in the play-off places as Carlisle, Oldham and Stevenage battle it out for safety.
Let’s take a look at the nominees for the League Two manager of the month.
Rob Edwards – Forest Green RoversEmbed from Getty Images
Forest Green Rovers continue their pursuit of the League Two title after another impressive month.
The Green Devils won all three of their league games during November.
This fantastic run has kept them in top spot, six points clear of second place Northampton Town with a game in hand.
Matt Gray – Sutton UnitedEmbed from Getty Images
EFL new boys, Sutton United continue to shock League Two.
Three wins from four in November sees Matt Gray’s side sit in sixth place, firmly in the playoffs.
Sutton United were tipped for relegation at the start of the season and continue to prove everyone wrong.
They have to go down as the underdogs of the season so far, across the EFL.
Nigel Clough – Mansfield TownEmbed from Getty Images
Mansfield Town won three out of four league games in November as the Stags rose from the depths of League Two into 15th place.
Now just seven points from the playoff places, Mansfield will hope to kick on and put an end to their poor start to the season.
A positive November is bound to give Nigel Clough and his players a boost in confidence for the rest of the season.
Ben Garner – Swindon TownEmbed from Getty Images
An unbeaten November for Swindon Town saw the Robins maintain their stay at the top end of the League Two table.
Swindon are currently on the same number of points as third place Port Vale but miss out on the top three because of their goal difference.
However, Ben Garner’s side do have a game in hand on The Valiant’s and second place Northampton as another three points would see Swindon climb into second.