Leeds 2.68/5 v Huddersfield 3.02/1; The Draw 3.412/5
Leeds still don't have a permanent manager but you have to feel that if club owner Massimo Cellino was willing to pay peanuts on former Forest Green boss Dave Hockaday then he'd do much worse than give caretaker manager Neil Redfearn a chance.
Redfearn's short spell in charge has returned seven points from a possible nine, three of which came at in-form Bournemouth on Tuesday night when his players showed a lot of spirit to come from a goal down to win comfortably.
And sometimes that's all it boils down to - whether a group of players are fully committed to playing for a manager or not. It seems Redfearn has got his players on his side and with that has come the improvement in form.
Huddersfield have also sacked a manager this season, in fact they were the first club to do so when they got rid of Mark Robins after just one game in charge this term. The Terriers have won just one of their seven Championship games and sit 22nd in the table. Chris Powell has come in and his two games in charge - both at home - have returned just one point.
I'm sure the former Charlton boss will turn results around sooner or later, but given his side's current form, and the recent improvement in Leeds, then I rate the home side a very good bet here.
Back Leeds to Win @ 2.68/5 (best bet)
Sheffield Wednesday 2.1411/10 v Reading 3.711/4; The Draw 3.55/2
Sheffield Wednesday have enjoyed a decent start to the season having taken 12 points from their first seven games. Perhaps significant however is the fact that the Owls have taken 10 of those 12 points away from home, and they've also defeated Burnley at Turf Moor in the Capital One Cup.
At Hillsborough Stuary Gray's men are yet to taste victory in the league so maybe they are worth taking on given their poor home form in relation to their excellent away form.
And there's perhaps even more reason to take the Owls on in front of their own fans given that Saturday's opponenets are Reading, a side that are in terrific form having won four consecutive league and cup games.
Nigel Adkins' men won both their two previous home games by scoring six goals in total, and they've also won their last two away games without conceding a goal.
The Royals are currently sixth in the Championship table following their recent good spell and I believe they are a huge price at 3.613/5 to beat a Sheffield Wednesday side who have struggled on home soil in the early weeks of the new season.
Back Reading to Win @ 3.711/4
Wolves 1.728/11 v Bolton 5.85/1; The Draw 4.03/1
My two attempts at landing an 'Overs' bet in this column this season both involved Rotherham - they both failed. I've also backed Over 2.5 Goals in games involving Rotherham a further two times, so four in total - all went Under 2.5 Goals.
In fact, Rotherham's first eight league and cup games this season all resulted in two or fewer goals being scored. Time to give up on them I thought. So you can imagine that I wasn't too impressed on Tuesday night when The Millers were involved in a five-goal thriller at Bolton. Sod's Law!
But it's because of Bolton that I'm keen to back goals in this encounter. Dougie Freedman's men are not great defensively - they've let in an everage of exactly two goals per game in the Championship this season - but they'll be lifted by their midweek win and I can see the Trotters going to Molineux on Saturday and creating chances.
Besides this, Bolton have already been involved in seven (of just nine) league and cup games that have resulted in Over 2.5 Goals paying out - so why it's available to back at 2.0811/10 here is anyone's guess.
Perhaps it's because Wolves have already been involved in four 1-0 scorelines this season that Under 2.5 Goals is odds-on here, but their last three games on home soil have averaged over 3.3 goals per game. With Bolton the Entertainers at Molineux on Saturday I'll be backing that average to be maintained.
Back Over 2.5 Goals @ 2.0811/10