Wycombe to be rolled over again
Bet 1: Back Luton @ 3/4 - KO 15:00 BST
The Hatters have won two of their three Championship games this term, with their sole defeat coming away at the relegated, Watford.
They should be able to make it win number three at Kenilworth Road this afternoon, as they face the league's whipping boys, Wycombe.
The Chairboys were promoted from League One last year, but they were always expected to struggle at this level.
That has been the case so far, with Gareth Ainsworth's team losing all three of their matches - conceding eight and scoring none.
Warnock to win on return
Bet 2: Back Middlesbrough @ 5/4 - KO 15:00 BST
Neil Warnock will be back in the Middlesbrough dug-out this afternoon, and that can only be a good thing as his man-management skills have been one of the main factors behind his success over the years.
The Boro are yet to win this season, but they have only lost once, and their two latest draws came against Bournemouth and QPR.
The visitors to the Riverside today are Barnsley, and the Tykes are really struggling. Ironically their last victory was against Middlesbrough in the Carabao Cup, but in the Championship they have taken just one point from a possible nine, and are yet to score a goal.
Rovers to make it three on the bounce
Bet 3: Back Blackburn @ 11/10 - KO 15:00 BST
Blackburn are on a roll as they have won their last two matches by an aggregate score of 9-0. They first beat Wycombe 5-0, before beating Derby 4-0 at Pride Park.
Opponents, Cardiff, have lost two of their three league matches this season, with their sole victory coming at the struggling, Nottingham Forest.
Neil Harris' side should have a good season - although they might not be able to make the Play-offs - but they come up against a Blackburn team in such good form, that I can't see them taking anything from Ewood Park today.