Wycombe to beat Shrewsbury (15:00)

Wycombe stayed level on points with League One leaders Ipswich last weekend after beating Rotherham 1-0.

The Chairboys have gone seven league games without defeat and have only dropped four points in seven unbeaten games at Adams Park.

Shrewsbury have won just two of eight away games in all competitions this season, failing to score in four of them.

Cheltenham to beat Forest Green (15:00)

Third-placed Cheltenham come into this derby having won seven games in a nine-match unbeaten run in all competitions.

Michael Duff’s side are one of three sides in League Two yet to lose at home this season, having won five and drawn two out of seven.

They are worth backing against a Forest Green side that have lost two of three matches against sides currently in the top seven.

Leyton Orient to beat Morecambe (15:00)

Morecambe sunk to the bottom of League Two after a 1-0 defeat at Stevenage last weekend.

The Shrimps have lost nine of their last 12 league games and, following the resignation of manager Jim Bentley this week, it is hard to see a way out of their slump.

Leyton Orient have taken 10 points from their last four league games, with their only defeat in that sequence coming away to Plymouth.

Northampton to beat Oldham (15:00)

Northampton’s 2-0 victory over Cambridge was their third straight win by the same scoreline.

The Cobblers have won four of their last five matches in all competitions and lost just two in 10.

They represent great value away to an Oldham side whose only victories in their last 12 came against bottom-four sides Morecambe and Walsall.

Union Berlin to beat Hertha Berlin (17:30)

Union Berlin come into this on the back of a 3-1 win at Freiburg in the DFB-Pokal on Tuesday – their second victory over them in three matches.

They also won 3-1 at home to Dortmund in August and were only beaten 2-1 by both Werder Bremen and Frankfurt last month.

At this price, they’re worth taking on against city rivals Hertha, who have won just one in five away games and were taken to penalties by second-tier Dynamo Dresden on Wednesday.


Brentford v Huddersfield

Brentford have won all three of their matches in the last fortnight, scoring three goals in all of them.

BTTS landed in two of those victories, and in four of the Bees’ last six outings overall.

Huddersfield have scored in all of their six away games this season, conceding in five of them. Under Danny Cowley, they have lost 4-2 at West Brom and drawn 2-2 at Blackburn.


Bayern Munich not to beat Eintracht Frankfurt (14:30)

Bayern have only won five of their nine Bundesliga games this season, a modest return for a team that should be dominant.

Niko Kovac’s side have already been held by RB Leipzig and Augsburg away from home this season, and edged past second-tier Bochum 2-1 in the DFB-Pokal on Tuesday.

Frankfurt have won three and drawn two of their five Bundesliga home games this season, drawing to Borussia Dortmund and beating Bayer Leverkusen 3-0.

Arsenal not to beat Wolves (15:00)

Arsenal have won just two of their last eight Premier League games, both of which were one-goal home wins against Aston Villa and Bournemouth.

The Gunners have conceded twice in four of their last seven home games, and rank seventh-bottom for xG against at home in the Premier League.

Wolves have avoided defeat in nine of their 10 away games in all competitions this season, including a 0-0 draw at Leicester and 2-0 win at Man City.

They deserved more than a 1-1 draw in this fixture last season, and have lost just four of their last 12 games against the Big Six.

Burnley draw no bet v Sheffield United (15:00)

Burnley have only lost to Arsenal, Liverpool, Leicester and Chelsea in the Premier League this season.

Sean Dyche’s side have scored in all of their five away games, and rank eighth for xPts on the road.

Sheffield United have won two and lost three of their five Premier League home matches this season, including defeats to Leicester and Southampton.

They are fairly evenly-matched to Burnley, but it is worth backing the visitors (with the insurance of draw no bet) at much longer odds.


Conor Wilkinson (Leyton Orient) to score v Morecambe (15:00)

Wilkinson had scored three goals in four matches before being sent off against Walsall last month, and can continue that streak on his return from suspension.

The forward ranks fourth for shots per League Two game, with two of his four goals for the season coming away from home.

Managerless Morecambe have League Two’s worst defence in terms of xG (experimental361) and concede most shots per home game. They have shipped 12 goals in their last six league home matches at the Globe Arena.

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