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Nottingham Forest to beat Barnsley

Nottingham Forest knocked Swansea off top spot last weekend with a 1-0 away victory last weekend.

Forest are unbeaten in eight matches in all competitions, with their only defeat of the season coming on the opening day.

Barnsley are winless since the first game of the season and have earned one point in their last four matches.

Bristol Rovers to beat AFC Wimbledon

Wimbledon blew a one-goal lead to lose 2-1 away to Coventry on Tuesday, meaning they are winless after 11 games in all competitions this season.

Wally Downes’ side have netted just eight league goals – the second-fewest in the division – and have registered the third-fewest shots on goal, so it’s difficult to see them troubling Bristol Rovers’ defence.

Graham Coughlan’s side beat Lincoln 1-0 in their last away game and have lost just one of their last six league matches.

Ipswich to beat Gillingham

Ipswich maintained their unbeaten start to the league season with a 1-0 victory away to MK Dons in midweek.

That was a fourth victory in five league games for the Tractor Boys, who are just one point behind league leaders Coventry despite playing a game fewer.

Gillingham have won just two of their 10 matches in all competitions so far, with one of those coming against a Bolton team made up of youth players.

MK Dons to beat Southend

Southend extended their winless start on Tuesday with 4-3 defeat away to mid-table Shrewsbury, meaning they have picked up just one point in eight games this season.

Bar Bolton, the Shrimpers have comfortably the worst xG (experimental361) in League One. They have conceded 24 league goals so far – more than any other side.

MK Dons have won three of their last four matches and thrashed Southend 4-1 away when these sides met in the EFL Cup second round last month.

Crewe to beat Salford

Crewe scored a stoppage-time winner at Leyton Orient in midweek to go second in League Two.

The Railwaymen have won six of their last eight league games – more than any other side in the division.

Salford are one of four sides in League Two yet to win away this season and have only managed two victories in their opening nine matches.

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