Brentford v Charlton Athletic
We won't get a better opportunity to win at Brentford. They have just gone bottom of the table and their manager is under enormous pressure. There's been very little in most of their games which suggests they might be a better side than their current predicament would suggest. In the circumstances I will opt for the draw.
Carlisle United v Peterborough United
Posh lost their unbeaten home record in the week as Carlisle demolished Hartlepool. All leads to a Carlisle home win as they cement their surprisingly good start to the season.
Dagenham & Redbridge v Swindon Town
Both these sides upset the form book in the week; the Daggers earned a 2-2 draw at Colchester and Swindon lost 2-3 at home to Plymouth who managed a 96th minute winner. Town should be too good here.
Exeter City v Rochdale
Like Carlisle, Dale have had a fine start to the season and their 3-0 win over Huddersfield on Tuesday was their best result so far. I have to think it won't last and fortress St. James should prove too hard a test?
Huddersfield Town v Bristol Rovers
Town to bounce back here and put the Pirates to the sword.
MK Dons v Colchester United
Unbeaten away plays unbeaten at home. MK looked very ordinary on Tuesday and purely on that basis I think Colchester will be good enough for a point.
Notts County v Sheffield Wednesday
County had a great win at Peterborough in the week and will relish the opportunity to heap more misery on Wednesday who have only managed a point from the last 15.
Oldham Athletic v Leyton Orient
The O's are like Birmingham fans; they don't travel well. Oldham looks like a routine away defeat.
Plymouth Argyle v Hartlepool United
After Plymouth's surprise win at Swindon and Hartlepool's demoralising home defeat in the week, this should be a Home Park banker.
Southampton v AFC Bournemouth
Bournemouth should win this on form but I can't bet against Southampton at home. Amazingly, it would be their first home win of the season in five attempts.
Tranmere Rovers v Brighton & Hove Albion
Brighton are expressing themselves very well at the moment and their visit to the Valley in two weeks time promises to evoke memories of our fantastic early season 4-3 win over them 33 years ago. A point here would be a decent result for both teams.
Walsall v Yeovil Town
22nd play 21st in this glum-fest. The Saddlers will be targeting this as a rare three-pointer. A goal wins it.