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This week, Will Rook is in the hotseat.



Second-placed Ipswich are one of just two unbeaten sides in League One and are only a point behind leaders Coventry, despite having played a game fewer.

The Tractor Boys have dropped just two points in their last five matches and are a great price to beat Gillingham, who have won two of their last 10 matches in all competitions.

Southend have just one point after eight matches, so I’m going with MK Dons next up. Simple.

Finally, Crewe are second in League Two having won six of their last eight league games.

Salford are without a win on the road this season, so this looks a safe pick to round off my qualifying bet.



I’m waiting until Sunday to use my first free bet and I’ve gone a bit off-piste because, why not live a little?

Huddersfield were beaten 2-0 at home by Sheffield Wednesday in Danny Cowley’s first game in charge last Sunday.

The Terriers are winless in their last 18 matches in all competitions, losing 15, so it makes sense to back West Brom, who are unbeaten in the league so far.

Lille have lost three away games out of three this season, while Rennes have won three out of five in Ligue 1, including a victory over Paris Saint-Germain last month.

Ajax and PSV have scored 19 and 14 league goals respectively in their opening five Eredivisie matches, the most and second-most in the division.

They have scored three or more goals eight times between them, but kept a combined total of just three clean sheets.

Finally, Liverpool have a 100 per cent record in the Premier League but have only managed to keep a clean sheet against Burnley.

Chelsea have scored 11 goals in their opening five matches – a total only bettered by Liverpool and Manchester City.

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