Tom Bowles Burnley to beat Huddersfield

I like this at odds-against.

Burnley’s draw at Liverpool last weekend extended their unbeaten run in the Premier League to three games, following the home win against Crystal Palace and point at Tottenham.

Huddersfield’s fine start to the season has petered out a little after three top-flight matches without a win.

Will Rook Wigan to beat Peterborough

While both of these sides are flying high in League One, Peterborough have stumbled recently and managed just one win in four.

Their commitment to playing open, attacking football could see them come unstuck against a Wigan side with three wins on the spin.

Adam DruryBrentford to beat Bolton

I am adamant that Brentford’s spell in the Championship relegation zone will be brief, and the inevitable turnaround should start this weekend.

The Bees have had more shots than any other team this season – a stat that has to convert into goals and wins soon – and face the league’s worst side, Bolton.

Jack Green - Juventus to beat Torino and BTTS

Juventus have won three out of three at home this season, putting seven in total past Cagliari, Chievo and Fiorentina without conceding.

They should triumph again in the Turin derby, but are good value to concede against a Torino side that are unbeaten away from home, have scored 10 in five games and are currently fifth in the table.