- 16:00 Sat: Leeds v Burton Albion England / Championship Tip: 1 Odds:-175
- 16:00 Sat: Wolverhampton v Millwall England / Championship Tip: 1 Odds:-125
- 16:00 Sat: Fleetwood Town v Oldham England / League 1 Tip: 1 Odds:-133
- 16:00 Sat: Luton v Swindon England / League 2 Tip: 1 Odds:-149
LEEDS UNITED have started the season strongly and we think the Whites should overcome Burton Albion in the Championship this Saturday.
Garry Monk’s departure suggested that the Yorkshire side might struggle and the sale of top scorer Chris Wood to Burnley caused consternation, although Thomas Christiansen’s side have enjoyed some eye-catching victories.
Leeds are unbeaten this season and they have recorded victories away to Sunderland and Nottingham Forest, with these wins sandwiching a 5-1 League Cup win over Newport.
Burton are clearly one of the weaker teams in the division and the departure of Jackson Irvine will hit them hard.
WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS are arguably the best side in the Championship this season and they opened with three wins before a defeat and a draw.
Wolves have spent big in the Championship in order to realise their dream of promotion, having already beaten Derby, Hull and Middlesbrough, with Millwall unlikely to stop them in their tracks.
The Lions did beat Norwich City 4-0 but the scoreline was massively flattering to them and we’re expecting a solid home win in this game.
FLEETWOOD have won both their home games this season and should prove too strong for an Oldham side still searching for their first point of the campaign.
John Sheridan rescued the Latics last season but the team are 23rd in the table and have conceded twelve goals in their opening five matches.
Fleetwood have beaten Rotherham and AFC Wimbledon by 2-0 scorelines and they also overcame Leicester U23’s in the Football League Trophy, with Uwe Rosler’s side looking to go one better than last season where they missed out in the play-offs.
Finally, LUTON TOWN look an impressive side in League Two, especially at Kenilworth Road where the Hatters have already enjoyed some spectacular scorelines.
Nathan Jones’ side have scored eleven times in two home matches, with Swindon having won both their away matches thus far although they are struggling at the moment.
The Reds lost 3-0 at home to Crawley before a 4-1 reverse against Barnet and David Flitcroft has some work on his hands to improve a defence which will come up against one of the attacking teams in the division.