Hull to beat Doncaster (19:00)
Hull come into this as League One leaders, having taken 30 points from their opening 13 matches with a game in hand over second-placed Lincoln.
The Tigers were held to a draw by Stevenage in the FA Cup last weekend, but had won each of their last six in all competitions prior to that.
Doncaster have won one of their last four on the road.
Under 2.5 goals in Wycombe v Stoke (19:45)
This bet has been a winner in five of Stoke’s six matches against sides currently 14th or lower in the Championship table.
Wycombe, meanwhile, have scored just seven league goals in 14 matches – the equal-fewest in the division.
There have also been fewer than three goals in six of their seven home games.
Cambridge to beat Mansfield (19:45)
Cambridge’s form has tailed off a little since October, but a 1-1 draw with fellow promotion contenders Cheltenham last week means they have only lost one in nine.
The U’s are also unbeaten at home in the league this season.
Second-bottom Mansfield have managed one victory in 14 league games.
Erling Haaland (Dortmund) to score v Lazio (20:00)
Haaland is a machine. The Norwegian has scored 17 goals in 14 appearances in all competitions for Dortmund.
He also bagged a brace against Club Brugge last week, taking his tally in the Champions League to 16 in 12 matches – the fastest anyone has ever reached that total.
This is also available to back as a single at , thanks to this week’s Super Boost.
BTTS in Manchester United v PSG (20:00)
Manchester United have scored 12 goals in their opening four Champions League matches this season – only two sides have netted more.
BTTS has landed in three of their four matches, including a 2-1 victory at the Parc des Princes in October,
PSG haven’t failed to score in any of their last 13 matches in all competitions, so this looks a solid pick.
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