Cardiff's strong home form to continue
Bet 1: Back Cardiff @ 13/10 - KO 19:45 BST
Neil Warnock's side signed off for the international break with a 4-2 defeat at West Brom, but prior to that they had gone seven without defeat in the Championship - three wins and four draws.
At home they have played five times since their relegation from the Premier League - winning four and drawing one. Their two latest outings in front of their own fans were victories to nil.
The visitors this evening are Sheffield Wednesday, and they are enjoying a decent campaign under Garry Monk. The Owls are just outside the Play-off places in eighth, and they won their last match - a 1-0 success against Wigan.
My concern for them here is that they have already been beaten at Millwall, Preston and Hull this season, and based on Cardiff's stellar home record, they will need to be at the very top of their game to avoid defeat.
Shrimpers to be beaten again
Bet 2: Back Tranmere & BTTS @ 5/2 - KO 19:45 BST
Tranmere Rovers have seen their form pick up over the last month or so, as they put a poor start behind them to win two of their last four matches.
Just last Sunday they beat Coventry City - inflicting them with only their second defeat of the season. They were actually beaten in their last home league match, but prior to that at Prenton Park, they had taken eight points from a possible 12. It is worth noting however that they haven't kept a clean sheet in any of their last four on this ground.
Southend United are second from bottom and have taken just four points from their opening dozen fixtures. They have lost their last three, and away from home it's five defeats out of six this term.
I do fancy Gary Waddock's side to score this evening though, as they have netted in their last four on the road - including three at both Wycombe and Shrewsbury, that ended in 4-3 losses.
Granada to repeat last year's win
Bet 3: Back Granada @ 7/5 - KO 20:00 BST
We finish in Spain for a La Liga fixture between Granada and Osasuna and both teams are outperforming pre-season expectations.
Diego Martínez's side are newly promoted to the league and after eight matches of the current campaign, they are up in fourth place. They were beaten at Real Madrid prior to the international break, but at home it's two wins on the bounce.
Osasuna are also new to the division, and they are in 11th place with 11 points. They have only been beaten once - at the Bernabeu - and they won against Villarreal last time.
The hosts beat them 2-0 here last season though, and at odds-against, I'm willing to take a chance on them doing it again.