Arsenal to beat Bournemouth –

Arsenal’s start to the season has not been a smooth one, but they should get back on track this weekend.

The Gunners, after all, did beat Leicester in their opener at home to extend their winning streak to six matches at the Emirates Stadium.

Bournemouth, meanwhile, are yet to pick up a point in the Premier League and are currently on a run of just one win in 11 away games.

Middlesbrough to beat Bolton –

Bolton are yet to get to grips with the Championship again, picking up just two points from their first five matches.

They have lost both of their matches at the Macron Stadium and, therefore, should approach this one with trepidation.

Middlesbrough have won three of their last five in all competitions and will leave with another three points on Saturday.

Wolves to beat Millwall – 

Millwall are another side whose first season back in the Championship has not begun as planned.

The Lions are without an away win in all competitions and have picked up just five points from their first five matches.

Wolves, on the other hand, are flying after notching three victories and a draw.

Doncaster to beat Northampton – 

Although Doncaster have managed just one league win so far, they have also only been beaten once.

They should take advantage of Northampton’s shocking start, then.

The Cobblers are propping up the table early on after losing four out of four, while they also exited the Carabao Cup in the first round.

Oxford to beat Gillingham –

Under new manager Pep Clotet, Oxford have made a decent start to the season.

The U’s have picked up four points from their two matches at the Kassam Stadium, while they have only lost once in seven in all competitions.

That’s ominous for lowly Gillingham, who have lost four out of six so far this season and are yet to pick up their first league win.