Coventry to beat Blackpool (15:00)

Coventry have settled in nicely at St Andrew’s, winning three league games out of three without conceding.

The Sky Blues are one of just five sides in League One yet to lose a game this season and are a great price to take another three points at their temporary home.

Blackpool are unbeaten on 12 points, but have played just two top-half sides so far and have drawn their last three matches.

Wycombe to beat Lincoln (15:00)

Wycombe still have a 100 per cent home record with three wins out of three.

The Chairboys have netted nine of their 10 league goals at Adams Park this season and average 16.7 shots per game – more than any other side in the division.

Lincoln were beaten 3-1 at Doncaster in the EFL Trophy in midweek and have lost their last three away games in all competitions.

Cheltenham to beat Stevenage (15:00)

Cheltenham come into this on the back of two consecutive defeats on the road, but their contrasting home form means they are worth including this weekend.

Michael Duff’s side have the best home record in League Two with seven points from their three matches at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium.

Second-bottom Stevenage have failed to win any of their opening six matches, while their 2-2 draw at home to Macclesfield last weekend was the first time they had scored this season.

England (-3) to beat Bulgaria (17:00)

England have won both of their qualifiers by a margin of four or more goals, beating Montenegro 5-1 and Czech Republic 5-0.

The Three Lions have won each of their last 15 competitive matches at Wembley and should cruise through this one.

Bulgaria are on two points after four matches and have lost back-to-back games against Kosovo and Czech Republic.

Iceland to beat Moldova to nil (17:00)

Moldova have lost nine of their last 13 away games, with their only victory in that sequence coming against San Marino last year.

They have failed to score in 11 of those, including in eight of their defeats.

Iceland have won three qualifiers out of four, only losing away to France.


Wycombe v Lincoln (15:00)

BTTS has landed in all of Wycombe’s last three home games, including a 4-3 win over Southend a fortnight ago.

Gareth Ainsworth’s side have now scored in nine of their last 10 matches at Adams Park.

Lincoln have scored in every game this season, with BTTS landing in all three on the road.

Grimsby v Crewe (15:00)

Grimsby have scored and conceded in all of their home league games this season, with the last two finishing 2-2 and 5-2.

Michael Jolley’s side rank first for xG across the whole division so far this season (experimental361).

Crewe have scored twice in three of their four away games, with BTTS landing in all of them.


Matt Godden (Coventry) to score v Blackpool (15:00)

Godden has scored three goals in five Coventry starts since signing in the summer.

The 28-year-old ranks seventh for shots per game in League One so far this season, rising to fourth for shots inside the penalty area.

Blackpool have only kept one clean sheet in their last seven matches, and have only played one top-half team so far.

James Vaughan (Bradford) to score v Northampton (15:00)

Vaughan has scored half of Bradford’s league goals this season, netting three in six matches.

The 31-year-old ranks second in the division for shots per game this season and has led the Bantams’ xG count in all of those matches (experimental361).

Northampton have managed one clean sheet all season.

Bez Lubula (Crawley) to score v Macclesfield (15:00)

Lubula has scored five goals in seven matches for Crawley this season.

He ranks top of everybody in League Two for shots per game, and is in the top five for both shots outside the box and inside the box alone.

Macclesfield have conceded the second-most shots per League Two home game.

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