Luton to fail at fortress Oakwell
Bet 1: Back Barnsley @ 13/10 - KO 15:00 BST
Barnsley and Luton have hardly set the Championship alight since their respective promotions from League One, but the Tykes have done the better of the two, and they have a fantastic record at Oakwell.
Daniel Stendel's side went unbeaten at home in the league last year and they have taken four points from a possible six this term - including a 1-0 win over Fulham.
The Hatters, meanwhile have lost three of their opening four outings, with the only solace being their 3-3 draw at home to Middlesbrough. It's been three defeats since then though, and while they have had a tough run of fixtures, they were beaten here last term.
Addicks to get the better of Brentford
Bet 2: Back Charlton @ 2/1 - KO 15:00 BST
The other promoted club from League One last year was Charlton and I fancy them to get the better of Brentford at the Valley.
Lee Bowyer's side are unbeaten this season, having beaten Blackburn and Stoke, and drawn with Barnsley and Nottingham Forest. They are scoring plenty of goals and just need to tighten up a bit at the back.
The Bees have struggled following some high profile departures, with Neal Maupay, being the main one. He netted 25 Championship goals last year, and his former club have scored just two in four outings since he left.
A royal mess for Huddersfield
Bet 3: Back Reading @ 12/5 - KO 15:00 BST
It is of course still early days, but Huddersfield are looking like prime contenders for back to back relegations. Mark Hudson is the interim manager, but he faces a huge task to turn things around.
Things don't get an easier for the Terriers this weekend as Reading travel north on the back of a 3-0 win over Cardiff and a 1-1 draw at West Brom.
Admittedly, the Royals, lost their first two matches, but they are a decent price to get the win at the John Smith's Stadium, and I am willing to take a chance on their improvement continuing.