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Luton to beat Huddersfield

Huddersfield were beaten 2-0 at home to Reading in their first game after Jan Siewert was sacked, extending their winless run to 16 matches in all competitions.

The Terriers are second-bottom of the Championship, having earned just one point, and a reliance on striker Karlan Grant has seen them score just two league goals from open play.

Luton beat Cardiff 3-0 in the EFL Cup in midweek, have won back-to-back matches and look to be settling into the Championship after a tough start.

Portsmouth to beat Blackpool

Blackpool are second in the table after five games, but come into this on the back of two straight draws against Rochdale and Gillingham.

Simon Grayson’s side have won just one of their last four matches in all competitions and are yet to play a side above 12th.

Portsmouth beat QPR at Loftus Road in the EFL Cup in midweek and have won three of their last five matches in all competitions.

Ipswich to beat Shrewsbury

Ipswich went top of the table following their 5-0 thrashing of Bolton last weekend, which put them on 11 points after five games.

The Tractor Boys have the best xG in the division (experimental361) and, in James Norwood, have a striker who has scored four goals in his last three league games.

Shrewsbury have won just one of their last five matches in all competitions, failing to score in four of those, and will be without last season’s top scorer Fejiri Okenabirhie after he was ruled out for three to four weeks.

Crawley to beat Cheltenham

Crawley look great value for the three points here, coming into the match with back-to-back victories following their 1-0 win over Norwich in the EFL Cup in midweek.

Gabriele Cioffi’s side boast League Two’s top scorer in Bez Lubala, who has netted four goals in five games, and have accrued an xG of 9.3 after five games – the third-highest in the EFL.

Cheltenham have lost two and drawn one of their three away games in all competitions this season, failing to score in any of them.

Plymouth to beat Northampton

Plymouth’s promotion charge got back on track last weekend after a 3-0 victory over Walsall at Home Park, which left them second in the table.

The Pilgrims have won three and drawn one of their five league games under Ryan Lowe and they look to be replicating his success at Bury last term.

Northampton lost 1-0 at previously winless Colchester last weekend and have just four points so far.


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